On October 26th, Randy Boissonnault, the Minister of Employment, Workforce Development, and Official Languages, unveiled revisions to the Temporary Foreign Workforce Solutions Road Map. These changes are designed to assist employers in tackling significant labor shortages through the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP).
Canada has unveiled its Immigration Levels Plan for the years 2024-2026, maintaining consistent immigration targets. In 2024, the nation aims to admit 485,000 new immigrants. The following years, 2025 and 2026, will witness Canada's efforts to welcome 500,000 newcomers annually.
Canada's Immigration Minister, Marc Miller, has recently unveiled measures aimed at enhancing the integrity of the international student program.
Recent data from Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) shows a remarkable surge in SUV immigration during August. Almost one-third more entrepreneurs became permanent residents in Canada through this program in August compared to July.
Starting from October 1st, an upfront medical examination is no longer required prior to submitting your Express Entry application for permanent residence. Check out for more information.
Every year, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) publishes an annual Express Entry report, with the most recent one being the 2022 edition. Express Entry serves as the application management system employed by the Canadian federal government to draw in foreign skilled workers interested in obtaining permanent residence (PR) in the country.
Rentola, an online platform catering to both tenants and landlords, has just unveiled its latest research findings spotlighting the safest cities in Canada.
The Parents and Grandparents Program will be available once again this autumn. Discover all you need to know about Super Visa and what to expect about this program.
Canada's consistent position as the second-best country in the world, according to the 2023 Best Countries ranking by U.S. News, has piqued the curiosity of global observers. What makes this vast and diverse nation stand out on the global stage?
The British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC-PNP) is an immigration program through which a wide range of workers, graduates and entrepreneurs can settle in Canada permanently, more specifically in British Columbia
Minister Miller underscores the significance of the newly introduced tax-free first home savings account, which accelerates Canadians' pursuit of homeownership objectives.
A Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) is an official document issued by Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) to evaluate the consequences of employing a foreign national in Canada. When an LMIA is deemed positive, it signifies that no Canadian citizen or permanent resident is available to fulfill a particular job position, allowing an employer to hire a foreign national. Conversely, a negative LMIA suggests that the position should be filled by a Canadian citizen or permanent resident.
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