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  • May was a busy month for PNPs
    Canada’s provincial nominee programs (PNPs) have been active over the past few weeks, with invitation rounds taking place in most Canadian provinces. Combined, the provinces have issued more than 2000 invitations to apply for a provincial nomination for permanent residence since the start of May. Many of these invitations were… Read more »
  • Ontario PNP draw invites 699 Express Entry candidates
    Ontario invited Express Entry candidates with work experience in one of nine occupations to apply for a provincial nomination on June 3. The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) draw invited candidates who may be eligible for the Express Entry Human Capital Priorities Stream (HCP). Candidates with work experience in the… Read more »
  • What Canadian immigrants can expect in June 2020
    There will be some big announcements to watch out for this month, such as whether or not Canada will reopen its doors to foreign travellers at the end of June. The flattening of the coronavirus curve in Canada overall, as well as the incremental reopening of the Canadian economy, points… Read more »
  • BC PNP: 279 immigration candidates receive invitations
    On June 2nd, British Columbia held its largest Provincial Nomination Program (PNP) draw round since late March. A total of 241 Skilled Worker and International Graduate candidates received invitations to apply under the province’s Express Entry BC (EEBC) and Skills Immigration categories. The minimum required score for candidates varied by category. The… Read more »
  • Will Canada lift its travel restrictions on July 1?
    The question of whether Canada will lift its coronavirus travel restrictions on July 1, 2020 is on the minds of immigration professionals and prospective immigrants around the world. Whether you are an immigration professional, such as Canada’s immigration minister, or a prospective immigrant, the answer is simply “no one knows.”… Read more »
  • Quebec should reconsider immigration changes
    Recently announced reforms to the Quebec Experience Program should be reconsidered. Since 2010, the Quebec Experience Program (or “PEQ” in French) has offered a fast-track to permanent residence for temporary foreign workers and international students that lived in Quebec. Such individuals could often get their Quebec Selection Certificate in around… Read more »
  • Median hourly wage updated for 2020 Temporary Foreign Worker Program in Canada
    Median hourly wages have gone up in most Canadian provinces and territories. Canadian employers who are hiring foreign employees use the provincial and territorial median hourly wage to know which requirements they have to meet for the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP). The wage they are offering, and the location… Read more »
  • Trudeau: Canada looking to ease travel for families
    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has stated that Canada is exploring easing travel restrictions that currently prevent some individuals from crossing the U.S. border to enter Canada to reunite with their family. Trudeau made the remarks during his daily coronavirus briefing to the Canadian public on Friday May 29. The Canada-U.S.… Read more »
  • Study in Canada: English test options for fall 2020
    With the fall 2020 semester just around the corner, prospective international students around the world are preparing their applications to study in Canada. Each Canadian designated learning institution (DLI) sets their own admissions policies. DLIs are colleges, universities, and other educational institutes that are allowed by the government to welcome… Read more »
  • Grade 3 students create comics about immigrant stories
    Grade 3 students in a social studies class in Toronto have created comic strips about immigration using an online tool. The stories were gathered through online personal interviews, and the comic background was designed using Pixton, an online comic-maker. One of the students, Adya Bhartia, interviewed a close family friend… Read more »