Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has announced the introduction of new automated tools to assist processing of Post-Graduation Work Permit (PGWP) and work permit extensions. Currently, not much is….
Parental education and income have positive effect on educational attainment of childhood immigrants
A recent Statistics Canada study examined the effect of mother and father’s education on the likelihood of a childhood immigrant completing post-secondary education. Further, the study determined whether there was….
Credit invisibility occurs when an individual’s credit history is too short for a reporting agency to calculate a credit score, or they lack enough information to calculate “the most” accurate….
Canada’s Finance Minister, Chrystia Freeland, has tabled a new bill with the House of Commons to improve affordability in Canada. Bill C-56, the Affordable Housing and Groceries Act, has two….
Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec, Manitoba, Alberta, and New Brunswick invite candidates in latest provincial immigration results.
Six of Canada’s provinces have invited candidates in the newest provincial immigration results. All Canadian provinces and territories except Quebec and Nunavut operate Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) to select economic….
Transport occupations are one of five sectors that Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has chosen to prioritize through Express Entry category-based draws in 2023. To better use immigration to….
Supreme Court of Canada determines that a person can only be inadmissible to Canada if they are a threat to national security
On September 27, the Supreme Court of Canada released a very important immigration law decision that limits the power of immigration officials and tribunals to remove foreign nationals with no….
Canada’s workforce is one of the most skilled in the world—due not just to excellent educational institutions within the country, but also because of highly skilled newcomers who arrive to….
Canada is a top destination for international students. Immigration Minister Marc Miller has shared that Canada is on track to host around 900,000 international students in 2023. However, recent data….
Express Entry’s Targeted Occupations: How Many Agricultural and Agri-Food Workers Does Canada Really Need?
Agriculture and Agri-Food is one of five occupational sectors that Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has chosen to prioritize through Express Entry category-based draws in 2023. In an attempt….
Les communautés francophones minoritaires ont connu une diminution de leur poids démographique. Immigration, Réfugiés et Citoyenneté Canada (IRCC) a reconnu ce déclin et s’engage depuis longtemps pour rétablir l’immigration francophone….
As of October 1st, you no longer need to get an upfront medical examination before you submit your application for permanent residence through Express Entry. An immigrant medical exam (IME)….
Canadians in six provinces across the country will now see a boost to hourly minimum wage rates. This move follows a timeline that was reported on back in April this….
Canadian immigrants more likely to report a strong sense of belonging in Ontario and Atlantic Canada: Report | CIC News
Sense of belonging to a country, particularly as an immigrant, has long been a trusted method for measuring “social integration, national identification and feelings of acceptance/feelings that one is ‘at….
Last week, Canada’s immigration department implemented major changes that have been influenced by a recent study it commissioned. The purpose of the changes is to improve the operations of Immigration,….