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  • Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program inviting francophones for exploratory visits
    Manitoba is opening its doors to help prospective immigrants build stronger ties to francophone communities in the province. The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) is accepting requests from bilingual francophone candidates interested in conducting a pre-arranged, “exploratory” visit to the province. These visits allow potential Skilled Worker applicants to research… Read more »
  • Pre-November 1 Quebec Experience Program criteria now in effect
    International graduates who apply to the Quebec Experience Program will once again be assessed based on the criteria that were in place prior to November 1, 2019. This change became effective on November 14. The Quebec Experience Program (Programme de l’expérience québécoise, or PEQ) is a popular fast-track immigration program… Read more »
  • New Express Entry draw invites 3,600 candidates to apply for Canadian permanent residence
    The Government of Canada invited 3,600 Express Entry candidates to apply for permanent residence in a new draw held November 13. Today’s draw brings the total number of invitations to apply (ITAs) issued so far this year through Canada’s Express Entry system to 75,300. The minimum required Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS)… Read more »
  • Saskatchewan issues 525 invitations to Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand candidates
    Saskatchewan held another Express Entry and Occupations In-Demand draw November 12, this time inviting 525 skilled workers to apply for a provincial nomination for permanent residence. The Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP)’s Express Entry sub-category is linked to the federal government’s  Express Entry system, which manages the pool of candidates… Read more »
  • Canada’s study-work-immigrate advantage
    Canada’s international student population is booming, tripling over the past decade to 570,000 people in 2018.  Canada now ranks as the fourth-leading host country for international students, behind the United States, United Kingdom, and Australia, according to ICEF. Canada’s higher intake is due to the global explosion of international students.… Read more »
  • Immigrant comment gets Hockey Night in Canada star Don Cherry fired
    Don Cherry has finally gone too far.   The long-time Hockey Night in Canada commentator with a knack for garish getups and controversial views was fired Monday over a remark he made about immigrants during a weekend broadcast.  Cherry, 85, suggested in his “Coach’s Corner” segment Saturday night that immigrants in… Read more »
  • Quebec shelves experience program changes that took effect November 1
    Pour lire cet article en français, cliquez ici. The Government of Quebec has suspended controversial changes to the Quebec Experience Program that took effect November 1.  The province’s immigration minister, Simon Jolin-Barrette, confirmed the suspension in a Facebook post Friday evening after media reports of the decision emerged. The temporary… Read more »
  • Québec suspend le règlement modifiant l’accès au PEQ qui est entré en vigueur le 1er novembre
    Le gouvernement du Québec a suspendu la controversée réforme du Programme de l’expérience québécoise qui est entrée en vigueur le 1er novembre. Le ministre de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Intégration (MIFI), Simon Jolin-Barrette, a confirmé le retrait des réformes dans un message Facebook vendredi soir, quelques heures après… Read more »
  • Alberta Express Entry issues invitations to candidates with CRS scores as low as 300
    Alberta invited 401 Express Entry candidates to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence in its last two selection rounds, the province’s immigrant nominee program has revealed.  A selection round held October 24 invited 372 candidates with a profile in the federal Express Entry system, which manages the… Read more »
  • Immigrants more likely to start a business and create jobs than those born in Canada
    The entrepreneurial landscape in Canada is growing increasingly diverse thanks to immigrants, a new study by the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) shows. Newcomers to Canada are more likely to start a business that grows more quickly and creates more net jobs per enterprise than the Canadian-born population, according… Read more »