Canada Immigrant Settlement and Credential Recognition Services Boosted In Newfoundland
Canada immigration news: Newfoundland and Labrador is planning to offer more settlement services – including a better recognition of foreign credentials – to immigrants. “Settlement and integration projects last year provided free legal information, career and entrepreneurship training, increased rural integration, and many more benefits for newcomers,” said provincial Immigration Minister Gerry Byrne. “The updated process we have this year will...
Employment Prospects Good For Canada Immigrants Aged 25 to 54
Canada immigration news: Immigrants aged 25 to 54 who came to Canada within the last five years are now more likely to have landed a job than before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, from Statistics Canada reveal. In its latest Labour Force Survey, released on Jan. 7, Statistics Canada noted there was now a higher proportion of recent immigrants...
Prince Edward Island Draw: Province Issues First 132 Canada Immigration Invitations Of 2022
Canada immigration news: Prince Edward Island has issued invitations to apply to 132 skilled worker and entrepreneur Canada immigration candidates in its first provincial draw of 2022. The January 20 draw saw invitations issued through the Labour Impact, Express Entry and Business Impact Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP) streams. It saw 121 invites issued to Labour Impact and...
These Are The Top Canadian Cities Where Immigrants Remain After Arriving
Canada immigration news: Three big Canadian cities – Toronto, Vancouver, and Edmonton – rule the roost as the top places where immigrants like to stay put after they’ve settled in Canada. Those cities have the best immigration retention rates in Canada, according to a Statistics Canada report.  Read More Canada Immigration News Immigrate To Canada In 2022: 5 Pathways To Permanent Residence Jobs...
December Saw Jump In International Travel to Canada: Ottawa
Canada immigration news: The latest data from Statistics Canada reveals travel to Canada boomed in December last year compared to the number of people travelling into the country for the same month in 2020. “Compared with December 2020, more than 10 times as many non-resident travellers arrived from abroad at Canadian airports equipped with electronic kiosks during December 2021,” the...
As COVID-19 Surges In Ontario, Province Turns To Internationally-Trained Nurses
Canada immigration news: Ontario is fighting back against the latest COVID-19 surges by deploying internationally-trained nurses who are looking to get their permanent residency in Canada, giving them the opportunity to fulfill the requirements of their immigration applications. Ontario Health Minister Christine Elliott says more than 1,200 applicants are already showing interest in a program to match such internationally-trained nurses...
Alberta’s First 2022 Express Entry Canada Immigration Draw Targets CRS Scores Of 327
Canada immigration news: Alberta has invited 250 Canada immigration candidates in its first draw of 2022 through the Express Entry-linked stream of the Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program. The January 5 draw saw candidates require a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System score of 327, 24 points lower than the previous draw. Important requirements for the Alberta Express Entry stream are that candidates have...
BC PNP Tech Draw: Province Invites 102 Canada Immigration Candidates
Canada immigration news: A new BC PNP Tech draw saw British Columbia immigration issue 91 invitations to skilled workers and international graduates. The January 18 draw featured invitations through four streams of the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program.  Minimum scores were 80 for all four streams. The featured streams were: SI – Skilled Worker SI – International Graduate EEBC – Skilled...
Jobs In Canada: Employers Boost Immigrant Wages In Grip Of Labour Shortage
As Canada employers struggle to get through the COVID-19 pandemic, a Statistics Canada report has revealed immigrant wages are growing and their employment prospects are brighter than ever, as labour shortages make them a much-sought-after commodity. The federal agency reports the media wage of immigrants who were admitted into the country in 2018 was up 4.2 per cent over that...
Nova Scotia Sets New Record For Immigration In 2021
Nova Scotia enticed newcomers with skills in healthcare, transportation, education, hospitality and the trades to settle there in 2021, setting another new record for immigration. “Nova Scotia is rapidly growing, and with planned growth comes many opportunities,” said provincial Immigration Minister Jill Balser. “Newcomers fuel our economy, create new businesses and jobs, fill labour gaps and add to the diversity and...

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