Canada

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Canada: What to expect in 2022

As 2021 has come to a close, 2022 brings big changes which are predicted to occur on the Canadian front. As a result, it is critical to understand what to expect in terms of Canadian immigration in 2022, which we will go over in depth today. To begin, we anticipate that Canada will increase its immigration objectives more than tenfold this year. Canada projected to welcom…

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Canada's Skilled Occupation List - NOC - ( Skills Shortage List ) 2022-2023

The Express Entry Visa Program, launched in 2015, is a Permanent Residency program designed to attract the best talent from around. The main aim for launching this program was to address the Skills Shortage problem currently being experienced in Canada and very ambitious targets have been set for the next 2 years. The Canadian Federal Government is hoping to bring in over …

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Canada lifts ban on 10 African countries

On December 17th, Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos announced that Canada has removed the ban on overseas travel from ten African countries. On November 26th, Canada imposed the ban on seven African nations, but it was quickly increased to ten: South Africa, Mozambique, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Lesotho, Eswatini, Namibia, Nigeria, Malawi, and Egypt. The ban was supposed to expi…

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Canada Aims to Raise Immigration Levels and Clear Backlogs

According to Sean Fraser, Canada's new Immigration Minister, the country is prepared to increase immigration levels dramatically. Minister Fraser indicated in an interview with Bloomberg News that he is open to increasing immigration levels above the 411,000 new permanent residents outlined in the Immigration Levels Plan for 2021-2023. Minister Fraser's remarks were echoe…

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Experiencing Canada for the first time Pt. 2

Last week we aimed to prepare you for your first steps in Canada by providing you with crucial pointers and information that will benefit you before you make the journey to Great White North. Today, we carry on from last week’s piece to highlight some more key factors that will assist you in integrating into Canadian life. Healthcare Canada's healthcare system, which is …

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Financial Manager Jobs & Visa Opportunities in Canada

Many positions in Canada are currently unfilled due to a severe shortage of Financial Managers with at least two years of experience. Recruiters in the finance industry in Canada routinely hire Financial Managers from other countries for both short and long-term positions. Even if you don't have a job offer, you can apply for residency in these countries via the well-known…

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Experiencing Canada for the first time Pt. 1

As you prepare to embrace your welcome to Canada, it is critical that you are as prepared as possible for your new and exciting Canadian experience. Over the next few weeks, we hope to highlight some of the key factors that will assist you in integrating into Canadian life. With this guide, there is no doubt that you will experience less confusion and have realistic expect…

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Ontario's labour minister seeks more immigration, better working conditions

Ontario's labour minister, who also oversees immigration, is advocating for legislative changes to make the province a more appealing place to work. On October 25th, Monte McNaughton introduced the "Working for Workers Act." If it’s passed, it could result in significant changes for Ontario workers. The proposed changes announced last week for immigrants seeking to work i…

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Canada employment regains pre-pandemic levels

Last month, the Canadian economy added 157,000 jobs, bringing the employment rate to within a percentage point of pre-pandemic levels. The employment rate is the number of people who are employed as a percentage of the population aged 15 and up. In September, Canada's employment rate was 6.9%, which was 0.9% lower than the February 2020 rate due to population growth. The…

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Record number of job vacancies for Canada in Q2

According to Statistics Canada's quarterly job vacancies report, Canada's job vacancy rate in the second quarter of 2021 was the highest on record. The job vacancy rate expresses the number of open positions as a percentage of all available jobs, both open and filled. The job vacancy rate in Canada was 4.6 percent between April and June, the highest since comparable data …

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