Monthly Archives: December 2019

Parents and Grandparents Program Delayed For Development Of New Intake Process

Parents and Grandparents Program Delayed For Development Of New Intake Process

The intake process for the 2020 Parents and Grandparents Program (PGP) has been delayed by Canada’s federal government. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) says...
Latest Manitoba Draw Sees Invitations Issued To 183 Candidates

Latest Manitoba Draw Sees Invitations Issued To 183 Candidates

A new draw through the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program saw the province issue 183 Letters of Advice to Apply. The December 19 draw saw LAAs...
Prince Edward Island Conducts Final 2019 Expression of Interest Draw

Prince Edward Island Conducts Final 2019 Expression of Interest Draw

The final draw of 2019 under the Prince Edward Island immigration Expression of Interest system saw 111 candidates invited to apply. The December 19 draw...
Huge British Columbia Draw Sees Province Issue Most Immigration Invites On Record

Huge British Columbia Draw Sees Province Issue Most Immigration Invites On Record

A huge British Columbia immigration draw saw the province issue 623 invites, the most on record for a single British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program...
Ontario Immigration Calls On Federal Government To Double Provincial Allocation To 13,300

Ontario Immigration Calls On Federal Government To Double Provincial Allocation To 13,300

Ontario immigration wants its federal government immigration allocation to double within two years. Canada’s most populous province wants the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program’s allocation to...
Prince Edward Island Issues 121 Invitations In New Provincial Draw

PEI’s Final Expression Of Interest Draw of 2019 To Happen This Week

The final Expression of Interest draw of 2019 will be conducted by Prince Edward Island immigration on Thursday, December 19. The draw will target skilled...
Saturday May 15 An Important Canada Study Permit Deadline For International Students

What Finances Do I Need To Study In Canada As An International Student?

International students wishing to study in Canada must prove set levels of unencumbered available funds to cover tuition and living expenses to secure a...
‘Simply Not Enough Skilled Workers’: 20,000 Vacancies In Quebec Manufacturing

‘Simply Not Enough Skilled Workers’: 20,000 Vacancies In Quebec Manufacturing

Nearly 20,000 Quebec manufacturing jobs are currently available due to a chronic labour shortage, according to industry representatives. The Manufacturiers et exportateurs du Quebec (MEQ)...
Ontario Immigration Invites 667 Candidates In Largest Skilled Trades Draw of 2019

Ontario Immigration Invites 667 Candidates In Largest Skilled Trades Draw of 2019

Ontario immigration has conducted its largest Skilled Trades draw of 2019, issuing Notifications of Interest to 667 candidates with profiles in the Express Entry...
Ontario Receives 700 Extra Spaces After Reaching 2019 Nomination Allocation

Ontario Receives 700 Extra Spaces After Reaching 2019 Nomination Allocation

Ontario immigration has received an increase of 700 nominations from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada after reaching its 2019 allocation. Canada’s most populous province had...

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