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Quebec Launches Free French - Language Classes for Immigrants
Outlining the initiative of Free French-Language Classes for Immigrants, Quebec’s Immigration Minister Kathleen Weil said that French is “an essential vector of integration,” for socio-professional integration of immigrants. The initiative infuses funds worth $750,000 for promoting French courses through Social Media, Community Websites, newspapers, radio and public transport. The...
Canada Building Unions Support Hiring Foreign Nationals
Supporting its stand to encourage highly skilled professionals in the construction sector, Canada’s Building Trades Union (CBTU) has put forward recommendations before parliamentary committee to review the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP).  The recommendations aim to hire foreign nationals in highly skilled occupations of the construction sector. According to Bob Blakely,...
Canada Seeks People Opinion on Immigration
Canada Government has kept ‘immigration’ on the public platform to obtain a 360 degree view on immigration. It is apparently asking the Canadians what they think about immigration and how it helps Canada grow.The program lasts until August 5, 2016, encouraging Canadians to post their thoughts online. Also, round table...
Canada Immigration System must get rid of Silly Rules
Addressing a gathering of local community members in Halifax Nova Scotia, Canada Immigration Minister John McCallum said that immigration department is “committed to streamlining things, to getting rid of silly rules, to improving the way the system operates.” The Atlantic Growth Strategy announced on 4th July, highlighted the problems in immigration...
Newfoundland and  Federal Canada Signs Pact on Immigration
Canada’s Federal Immigration Minister, John McCallum and New Found Land Minister of Advanced Education and Skill, Gerry Byrne have signed an agreement on immigration this week. The pact intends to improve nexus between the provincial government and the federal government to encourage immigration influx to the province. The treaty was signed...
New Immigration Program Announced for Atlantic Canada
The Canada Federal Government announced a new immigration program to increase the number of immigrants to the Atlantic Canada region. The Federal Ministers and the Immigration Minister John McCallum attended the meeting held on July 4, 2016, with the premiers of Atlantic Canada P.E.I. Premier Wade MacLauchlan, Newfoundland and...
Brisons Views on Immigration in Atlantic Canada
Immigration Canada plans to launch a new set of policies in Atlantic Canada to attract and retain more immigrants. This decision was the aftermath of the statement from provincial representatives of the federal government on the need to be a stronger partner in relation to immigration.Someone who actually chose to...
37th Express Entry Draw Results Announced - Canada
The 37th Canada Express Entry Draw took place yesterday, 29 June 2016 and the results were announced on the same day. The cap on the number of invitations issued according to this draw is 773.The new draw results also stated that the minimum score of 482 points is required, under...
Canada Immigration Reverses Decision Regarding Colombian Student
Colombian-born student, Valentina Torres Martinez was going to be deported because of a mix-up with her job two years ago. She resides in Halifax, Canada and is a student at St. Mary's University. The department ofImmigration,Refugees and Citizenship of Canada initially took this a decision as she had been residing...
Canadian Immigration Boosts for Economic Growth
Canada's economy relies upon immigrants completely for its labor growth, according to statistic reports. The number of employed immigrants in Canada increased by 261,200 (6.6%) from May 2015 to May 2016 according to Statistics Canada's report. Jobs held by Canadian natives went down by 93,300 in the same period of...

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