Month: September 2021

COVID- 19 measures have made the workplace seem dramatically different than it did previously, and some industries have fared better than others in making the necessary changes. A government assessment produced by Canada outlines the employment lost in Nova Scotia ...

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According to news outlets such as CTV and CBC, Justin Trudeau’s Liberal Party has won its third consecutive election in Canada. The news networks predict that the Liberals will create another minority government after a 36-day campaign. Due to pandemic-related ...

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On September 14, Canada welcomed 2,000 Express Entry candidates to apply for permanent residency. Canadian Experience Class (CEC) candidates with a score of at least 462 were invited by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Candidates who have been invited ...

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Skilled Migration is a program that allows skilled workers from all around the world to come to Australia to live and work. It is primarily intended to respond to and address Australian labor market realities. Skilled workers can also apply ...

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According to the most recent Labour Force Survey, the number of individuals employed in Canada nearly reached pre-pandemic levels in August. Employment in Canada increased by 90,000. These advances from August and previous months brought Canada’s employment up to just ...

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Canada has stated that a coronavirus-related measure allowing travelers to get work permits would be extended until February 28, 2022. Temporary residents in Canada with valid visitor status have been able to apply for an employer-specific work permit from within ...

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