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More Canadian Immigrants Moving West

Recent information published by Statistics Canada is showing the immigrants to Canada are finding great success in the Western provinces like Alberta. This paper by Statistics Canada is showing that immigrants to Canada are thriving in Western provinces, particularly in the area of employment. In fact, in 2011, the province of Alberta had the highest […]

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Canadian Immigration Infographic

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Colours of Canada: Experience the Beauty

The colours of Canada speak volumes. It’s no wonder why people from around the world flock to the massive nation to catch a glimpse of the vibrant visual beauty that is on display. From the Northern Lights, to the autumn leaves, to the Rocky Mountains, to the prairie sunsets, every province is bursting with unique […]

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Do Immigration Limits Hurt Growing Canadian Cities?

Since Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced Canada’s new immigration targets for 2013, there’s been a lot to talk about.  On October 31st, Minister Kenney tweeted: “In 2013 we’ll keep immigration levels at ~250,000. The NDP says we should increase immigration by 40% to at least 350,000. What do you think?” He also […]

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How To Find a Temporary Job in Canada

The Canadian immigration process offers many jobs that could open options for permanent immigration to the country. Finding the right job in Canada offers a great opportunity for any qualified worker since more than 50,000 Canadian job postings go unfilled everyday. People who live in other countries can use online searches to find the kinds […]

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Travel Shots: Vaccination Before Taking Off

Most countries have their own methods and immunization programs that keep diseases in control. A lot of such diseases are endemic in some countries and may be totally absent in others.  You need to get the right vaccine that will help you to resist infection of a disease if  the country where you are going […]

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Protest in Saskatoon Over Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program

Dozens of concerned individuals rallied in Saskatoon earlier in September to protest alterations that were made earlier this year to Saskatchewan’s immigrant nominee program. Group Believes Changes are Unfair The individuals assembled as part of a group called the Coalition for a Fair Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program. They waved Canadian flags and held signs outside […]

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Canadian Immigration Fraud: Thousands Suspected

Earlier this month, CTV News reported that the RCMP and Canadian border control have recently discovered that thousands of so-called Canadian “citizens” are living in Canada fraudulently. Their revelations come in the wake of a Montreal investigation. The Scheme A number of “consultants” are providing foreign nationals with everything they need to become citizens of […]

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New Travel Book Explores Vacation Options in Canada

A variety of activities, scenery, and attractions are available for your vacationing pleasure in Canada.  Sadly, there are many vacationers who do not know the options that are available in a Canadian vacation.  Author Noel Hudson, with longtime friend George Fischer, teamed together to help make Canadian vacationers more aware of what is available in […]

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New Canadian Visa Rules Prefer a Skilled Worker Over an Unskilled Worker

With its low birth rate and an ageing baby boomer generation, Canada faces a labour shortage in the coming years. The Canadian government, however, is taking steps to avoid this problem. It has constituted new rules which give preference to younger immigrants over older ones, after government studies showed that older immigrants found it tougher […]

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Can An Immigration Lawyer Help With My Permanent Residence Application?

Permanent residence applications Applying for permanent residence in Canada is a very exciting time! Many of our clients ask us if we feel they need an immigration lawyer to help them with their application. Of course, we risk sounding a little bit biased. But listen to our reasoning below – after all, this is a […]

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Robin Thicke was Refused Canadian Citizenship

Despite his celebrity status, Robin Thicke, the 35-year-old son of Canadian superstar Alan Thicke has his application for Canadian citizenship for his two-year-old son, Julian denied.   Quick look on Thicke’s Citizenship Robin, who was born in the United States, was never able to obtain Canadian citizenship because Alan never applied to make him a […]

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Did you know it’s Fraud Prevention Month? Don’t become a victim of immigration fraud!

Don’t become a victim of immigration fraud in Canada Despite new regulations and restrictions implemented and proposed by the Canadian government over recent months, shady immigration consultants and other people attempting to abuse the system are still taking advantage of those who want to immigrate to Canada. Ways to prevent becoming a victim of immigration […]

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There is still time to submit your 2012 Skilled Worker Applications

2012 Skilled Worker Applications being accepted Shortly into the new year we posted that approximately 6,000 2012 Skilled Worker Applications had already been received. As of January 9th, 2012, there are still many spaces available for certain applications while the caps in other applications have been reached. The only Skilled Worker applicants who do not […]

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Visiting Canada but want to become a Canadian Permanent Resident?

Visiting Canada: General Entry Requirements According to statistics, every year, more than 35 million people visit Canada to enjoy the many opportunities this country has to offer. Depending on where you live, and the reason for your visit, you will need to meet certain entry requirements. In some cases, if you plan to stay in […]

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