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Applying for a Canadian Visa? Expect it to be checked in the United States

A new Canadian and United States information sharing agreement that was recently signed will ensure that anyone who applies for a visa to enter Canada will also be checked against immigration database in the United States to make sure they are not blacklisted in the US first. Millions of Canadian visa applicants will be affected […]

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Canadian Population Hits 35 Million With Credit To Immigration

The population of Canada surpassed 35 million sometime in October, with Canada having the highest population growth rate among the G8 countries at an average of one per cent every year for the last decade. Immigration in Canada is credited with about two-thirds of the population growth, with natural population growth making up the other […]

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Using a Japanese Immigration Lawyer in Toronto

Canada is one of the largest countries in the world in terms of total land mass, but its population is actually quite small. The country is home to some wonderful large cities, though. Toronto is the country’s largest city, and it offers visitors and residents many wonderful benefits. People come to the city from various […]

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Need an Indian Immigration Lawyer in Toronto?

Many educated and ambitious people who live in India choose to immigrate to Canada. In 2010, more than 30,000 people emigrated from India to Canada. Canada is a stable and prosperous society that offers a good education system, an excellent health care system with universal coverage, and economic opportunities to newcomers and long-time residents alike. […]

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It’s Remembrance Day in Canada 2012

Today is Remembrance Day (Veteran’s Day for our American friends). On Remembrance Day, Canadians and newcomers to Canada reflect on their freedoms and quality of life if it were not for the sacrifices made by those at home and abroad. We take this day to celebrate these men and women, who are heroes.  Take a […]

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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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Canada increases some immigration category caps, lowers humanitarian grounds admissions

As the Canadian government has announced its targeted immigration levels for 2013, it has also made a few changes to the number of applications that will be accepted for different categories. For example, more applications will be accepted under the Canadian Experience Class (CEC)program although the overall target for immigration levels in 2013 will remain […]

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How to Get a Filipino Immigration Lawyer in Toronto

Currently, there are about 400,000 Filipinos living in Canada, and most of them hired a Filipino Immigration Lawyer in Toronto to help with the immigration process. Filipinos in Canada represent the fourth largest community of Filipinos outside of the Philippines, and this community of Filipino Canadians is continuing to grow every year.     Why […]

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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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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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Immigrating to Canada from the Philippines

One of the largest success stories to come out of Canadian immigration in the past century is that of Filipino migrants who have been coming into Canada from the Philippines for over sixty years. The Philippines tends to be one of the top four countries for migration into Canada on a yearly basis, but recently […]

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