Rate this post The Canadian government is joining with the premiers of Canada’s Atlantic provinces to initiate a new strategy for growth targeted at economic stimulation and increasing hiring in the region. Several federal ministers (including P.E.I. Premier Wade MacLauchlan, Newfoundland & Labrador Premier Dwight Ball, New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant, and Nova Scotia Premier
Rate this post Statistics Canada released a report in June 2016 showing Canadian immigration has created a surge in the Nova Scotia population, taking it to a record high. In the 12 months between April 1, 2015, and April 1, 2016, the Nova Scotia population reached 947,284. This is an increase of 4,918 people, the
Rate this post John McCallum, Canadian Minister of Immigration, met with government officials in China due to their desire to set up more Canadian visa offices in China. The Chinese officials are looking for innovative ways to have more skilled workers in China get approved for immigration to Canada.
Rate this post The population in the Atlantic provinces of Canada is on a decline according to Fundy Royal MP, Alaina Lockhart. More people are dying than being born, so the community is aging daily. Statistics Canada reported that New Brunswick set a record last winter of 1,953 deaths compared to 1,563 births.
Rate this post A considerable increase in immigration visas for 2017 was set as a new baseline by the Canadian government. 300,000 visas for permanent residency were secured, compared to the preceding standard of 260,000 per year. This new plan by the government will allow for 172,500 visas issued for skilled migrant employees, 84,000 for
Rate this post If you are looking to travel in 2017, Canada should be at the top of your vacation list. A report was released by The New York Times in January 2017, naming Canada #1 out of 52 places to travel. One, out of many reasons to visit this year, is the honoring of
Rate this post The number of high-tech workers going to Canada to apply for jobs has significantly increased. This is especially true in the Greater Toronto Area, referred to as the Silicon Valley of the North. The area has always attracted IT workers from all over the world, but the number of Americans moving to
Rate this post A 2015 Harris poll found that over 91% of Canadian immigrants believe in the “Canadian Dream.” Approximately 735 foreign-born Canadians were surveyed in the poll.
Rate this post The United Nation’s Sustainable Development Solutions Network released its report on the happiest countries in the world in March 2016. Canada was ranked in sixth place as the happiest place on Earth in 2016. According to the Become a Canadian company, a private immigration service for people moving to Canada, Canada is
Rate this post In March 2016, Statistics Canada reported that those who immigrate to Canada are more likely to start their own businesses than those who are born in Canada. Become a Canadian’s experts will help you begin your Canadian immigration process, so contact them today for information.