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Vancouver is the 3rd Best Liveable City in the World

Vancouver is the 3rd Best Liveable City in the World

VANCOUVER – Are you moving to Canada and still undecided on where to finally settle in the country? The recent survey by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) entitled 2012 Global Liveability Report may help you pick a place in Canada or perhaps convince you to chose Vancouver. 2012 Global Liveability Report The Economist Intelligence Unit […]

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Canada Could Limit Study Permits

According to a new article in the Toronto Star, changes proposed in the Canada Gazette recommend that the Canadian government only allow permits for students (for off-campus or internship work) in accredited schools.  Student work permit change to encourage only “genuine” students According to Citizenship and Immigration Canada spokesperson Nancy Caron, “The proposed regulatory changes […]

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New Immigrants can Choose from Thousands of jobs Available

New Immigrants can Choose from Thousands of jobs Available

Vancouver is one of the favorite destinations of immigrants in Canada. Immigrants frequently move to Vancouver or other parts of Canada for employment. Employment experts believe that Canada has many jobs available for immigrants who just moved to the country . Employment reports In the past year, there were about 214,000 new job openings. Most […]

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Coming to Vancouver under Skilled Worker Program

Preet Deep Singh and his wife Harpeet, were hoping to start a new life in Vancouver after applying to immigrate to Canada as a skilled worker.  Having an MBA from Newport University in California and work experience from Bacardi and Jack Daniel’s, he thought his chances were strong.  They even gave opportunities to immigrate to […]

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British Columbia Looks to Boost Skilled Immigration in the Province

The British Columbia government in now looking into ways to encourage an interest for skilled workers to immigrate to the province. As recently stated by BC Premier Christy Clark: With a million job openings and only two-thirds of the people available to fill them, we have a looming problem and we cannot grow the economy […]

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Canada Encourages Foreign Immigration to PhD Students

According to a report on CBC News, Canada will start accepting some PhD students to boost the country’s science, technology and math sectors. Minister of State for science and technology, Gary Goodyear, announced the government’s plans earlier in November, stating that the government was focusing on the success of the Canadian Experience Class . Immigration […]

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Canadian Visas Projected to Drop by 5%

Canadian Visas Projected to Drop by 5%

New figures indicate the federal government hopes to reduce overall immigration next year by five per cent, mainly by cutting back on family reunification visas. Among the hardest hit by the lower immigration targets will be parents and grandparents looking to join their children and grandchildren in Canada. According to a report by CBC News: The […]

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