Month: November 2021

According to a new Statistics Canada report, Canada’s economy is still recovering from the coronavirus outbreak. In September, 91,100 individuals were added to payrolls across Canada, marking the fourth consecutive monthly rise. In eight provinces, payroll employment grew. With nearly ...

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On November 25, Saskatchewan unveiled a new immigration pilot program. Employers in Saskatchewan will be able to recruit overseas talent for certain in-demand occupations as part of the Hard-to-Fill Skills Pilot. Entry-level positions that may require on-the-job training will be ...

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Every year, a rising number of people migrate to Australia in search of better work prospects, greater education, and a better quality of life. Immigrants’ primary goal when they arrive in Australia is to establish down before bringing their spouses ...

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The immigration draw for Prince Edward Island was held on November 18. 188 immigration hopefuls applied for a provincial nomination under the Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP). Express Entry and Labour Impact applicants received the majority of ...

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After taking a break for the summer months and preparing for Canada’s 44th federal election, Parliament resumed its work on November 22. Members of Parliament (MPs) in Canada can participate in the creation of new laws and represent their constituents ...

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