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Canada attracts top talent with swift visa processes
Added  July 10, 2017

While the US cracks down on the number of immigrants with work visas, Canada is using the opportunity to lure top talent. by Jenny Darmody  from Among a number of other consequences, Ireland’s talent pool could stand to benefit from Brexit, as a number of ... Read More

Immigrants living in Waterloo Region reflect on moving to Canada
Added  July 6, 2017

Joanna Smith, The Canadian Press Published Tuesday, June 27, 2017 12:25PM EDT From:   Mike Mehta, 67, left Uganda because he had to, but he says he chose Canada as the place to begin his new life. "It scared the hell out of me the first time I saw... Read More

Canada 150: Pier 21 tour guide shares his immigration tale
Added  June 27, 2017

Meredith MacLeod, Published Monday, June 26, 2017 10:00PM EDT  George Zwaagstra remembers his first step on Canadian soil. And the very moment he truly felt Canadian. Zwaagstra immigrated to Canada from the Netherlands in 1951. He was 17 years old and spoke no English when he arrived with his parents and younger brother at Pier 21 in Halifax to start... Read More

Report: British Columbia's Digital Technology Supercluster
Added  June 22, 2017

British Columbia will Accelerate Canada's Economic Growth as a Global Supercluster in Digital Technology from: Vancouver, British Columbia, June 21, 2017. Today, BC’s leading technology organizations announced the release of a commissioned... Read More

Canada can get more out of immigration
Added  June 20, 2017

‘Canada can become the singular magnet for global talent over the next 10 years if we do immigration right.’ For years, and especially recently, the way Canada deals with and accepts newcomers has given this country a feeling of pride. While other countries work... Read More

Canada launches visa program for hiring specialized foreign talent
Added  June 12, 2017

TRACEY LINDEMAN Special to The Globe and Mail Published Sunday, Jun. 11, 2017 3:23PM EDT  Last updated Monday, Jun. 12, 2017 10:35AM EDT... Read More

International business students flocking to Canada
Added  June 9, 2017

JENNIFER LEWINGTON Special to The Globe and Mail   Uganda-born Helen Kobusinge knew she wanted to study abroad for her MBA, with Canada one of four possible destin... Read More

How To Move To Canada As A Skilled Worker
Added  June 7, 2017

Article by Andy J Semotiuk  From: Moving to another country permanently is usually a difficult decision to make.  It seems simple, but the moment you start looking at your options, it tends to become very complicated.  In the past year or so moving... Read More

Immigration minister announces changes to express entry program
Added  June 5, 2017

Sonja Puzic, Staff Writer @SonjaPuzic The federal government has made some changes to the express entry immigration program, awarding more points to applicants who have siblings in Canada and those who have strong French language skills. Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen announced th... Read More

May 26 Express Entry Draws Invite Candidates With CRS Scores As Low As 199
Added  May 29, 2017

From: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has conducted a new type of Express Entry draw, with two separate Comprehens... Read More

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