Tag: Family Sponsorship

Atlantic provinces enjoy boost to immigrant retention rate due to Atlantic...

Immigrants coming to Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador are more likely to stay there for the long haul...

New Annual Record Likely For Canada Spousal Sponsorship Immigration

Canada is on track to set a new annual record for the number of new permanent residents immigrating here under spousal sponsorships. The latest data...

Canada Spousal Sponsorships Still On Track To Welcome Record Numbers Despite...

The number of new Canada permanent residents through spousal sponsorship is still on track to welcome a record number of newcomers, despite a dip...

Parents And Grandparents Program: Families Reunited In Canada In Record Numbers

Canada immigration news: Families are being reunited in Canada through the Parents and Grandparents Program (PGP) in such high numbers that it is almost...

Parents and Grandparents Program Immigrants Set To Hit Record High In...

Canada immigration news: Canada’s Parents and Grandparents Program is set to to hit a record high of new permanent residents in 2022.  Immigration, Refugee and...

Canada Set To Welcome Record Number Of Family Sponsorship Immigrants In...

Canada immigration news: If the trend of the first five months of 2022 continues, Canada’s family sponsorship programs are on track to welcome their...

Quebec Boosts 2021 Numbers Of Anglophone Family Sponsorship Immigrants

Canada immigration news: Relatives of English-speaking immigrants in Quebec are becoming new permanent residents in increasingly greater numbers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Immigration, Refugees and...

Prince Edward Island: Full Post-COVID-19 Economic Recovery Expected In 2021

Prince Edward Island’s economy is predicted to make a full recovery in 2021, brushing off the impact of travel restrictions and the drop in...

Nova Scotia’s Post-COVID-19 Economic Recovery To Be Fuelled By Immigration

Nova Scotia’s economic recovery from last year’s double whammy of Northern Pulp’s closure and the downturn in retail and tourism due to COVID-19 will...

Newfoundland & Labrador Needs Immigration To Boost Economic Recovery

Newfoundland & Labrador’s shrinking population makes immigration especially important as its economy struggles to recover post-COVID-19. In its provincial economic outlook, the Royal Bank of...

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