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  • Alberta Removes Restrictions On Temporary Foreign Worker

    Alberta Removes Restrictions On Temporary Foreign Worker

    Alberta is looking to help employers meet their workforce needs. From May 1, Alberta will be removing restrictions on the hiring of new temporary foreign workers. All pending applications including those submitted before May 1 will be subject to this change. Before the change, the…

  • Ontario PNP To Launch Entrepreneur Pilot and British Columbia New Draw Sees The Province Send Out Over 174 Invitations

    Ontario PNP To Launch Entrepreneur Pilot and British Columbia New Draw Sees The Province Send Out Over 174 Invitations

    The new Ontario immigration project is looking to recruit about 100 foreign entrepreneurs to invest $200,000 each to start or buy businesses outside the Greater Toronto Area. On Tuesday, Ontario announced that it had selected the Toronto Business Development Centre (TBDC) to work with the…

  • Over 112,000 Applications In The Canada Emergency Travel Program For Ukrainians now

    Over 112,000 Applications In The Canada Emergency Travel Program For Ukrainians

    The Immigration Minister Sean Fraser said that the new pathway for Ukrainians that are fleeing Ukraine because of the war (Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel (CUAET) saw over 112,000 application in its first two weeks. He said that “in the last number of days, we…

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  • No Details Yet On Parents And Grandparents Program 2022

    No Details Yet On Parents And Grandparents Program 2022

    IRCC in an email on March 14, 2022 said it is yet to determine when the application process for the Parents and Grandparents Program (PGP) 2022 will open. IRCC is looking to welcome about 25,000 new immigrants under the PGP this year under the Immigration…

  • Canada Immigration Backlog Still Growing

    Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) reports that the Canada’s immigration backlog grows to 1.84 million as at mid-March. This means that about 1.84 million people are still waiting on decisions in the Canada immigration inventory. This report was provided in its latest inventory data…

  • Canada Makes Higher Medical Cost Threshold for Immigration Candidates Permanent

    Canada Makes Higher Medical Cost Threshold for Immigration Candidates Permanent

    The higher medical cost threshold for immigration candidates in Canada has been made permanent Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada has made a temporary policy on medical inadmissibility permanent and it is for those people living with physical disabilities, chronic conditions or an ongoing need for…

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  • Canada To Spend $117M For Ukraine Special Immigration Measures

    Canada To Spend $117M For Ukraine Special Immigration Measures

    The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau has announced that the country will spend $117M to help hasten the arrival of Ukrainians to the country. On Thursday, in a joint news conference in Warsaw with the Polish President Andrzej Duda, the Canadian Prime Minister said…

  • New Tech Immigration Program Launched By Saskatchewan PNP

    New Tech Immigration Program Launched By Saskatchewan PNP

    The new tech talent pathway is an immigration pathway for tech workers in 11 occupations who want to move to Saskatchewan. On March 7, 2022, Saskatchewan launched the new Tech Talent Pathway under the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) to attract tech workers into the…

  • The New Arrima Draw In Québec Issues 306 Invitations

    The New Arrima Draw In Québec Issues 306 Invitations

    In the detail released by the Québec’s immigration ministry in the draw held on February 24, the province invited about 306 skilled workers to apply for permanent selection. The invitations were issued by the Ministere de 1’Immigration, de la Francisation et de 1’Integration (MIFI) to…

  • 136 Immigration Candidates Invited To British Columbia’s PNP Tech Draw

    136 Immigration Candidates Invited To British Columbia’s PNP Tech Draw

    British Columbia issued about 136 invitations to skilled workers and international graduates in a new BC PNP Tech draw. On March 1, the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program held a draw that featured invitations through four streams of the program and the minimum scores for…

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