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Better government support for immigrant entrepreneurs could benefit Canada’s efforts to diversify international trade and strengthen its economy, a new report by the Conference Board of Canada says. Given the Canadian government’s growing interest in tapping emerging markets in Asia and South America, the report by the Conference Board of Canada’s National Immigration Centre says improving the success rate of immigrant entrepreneurs, especially those engaged in knowledge-based industries, is potentially in Canada’s best interest. Immigrant entrepreneurs possess valuable education, language skills, foreign business networks and what the report calls “important know-what knowledge” of developing markets, such as emerging trends and consumer preferences. “Entrepreneurs with international experience (e.g. immigrants) are more likely to do business abroad – and succeed,” the report says....
The visa requirement for United Arab Emirate citizens travelling to Canada for short stays will end on June 5, the Government of Canada has announced. Hussen said the visa exemption will help foster new business, trade and investment opportunities, among other advantages. UAE citizens will still have to obtain an eTA to fly to, or transit through a Canadian airport....
May 22, 2018 – Ottawa, ON – Serge Cormier, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, was joined today by Sean Casey, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Canadian Heritage, Normand Charbonneau of Library and Archives Canada and Audrey Labrie, Vice-president of the Fédération des communautés francophones et acadienne, to discuss Francophone immigration and the influence of diversity on Canada’s official languages. This event was organized by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada in collaboration with Canadian Heritage, Library and Archives Canada and the Fédération des communautés francophones et acadienne. The goal is to increase public awareness of the vitality of Francophone minority communities and to generate a discussion on the role and effect of immigration on Canada’s Francophonie,...
The Government of Canada held a new Express Entry draw on Wednesday, May 23, issuing 3,500 invitations to apply for permanent residence. The Comprehensive Ranking System cut-off score for this draw was 440. Today’s draw is the tenth of 2018 and the fourth in a row to issue 3,500 ITAs, bringing the 2018 ITA total to 31,500.   ...
Canada’s federal government has increased the number of citizenship judges it employs from 5 to 14 just months after it relaxed the requirements for obtaining Canadian citizenship. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada announced the appointment of nine new judges and the re-appointment of one judge to a new term on May 17. Prior to Thursday’s appointments, Canada only had five citizenship judges. “The appointments will ensure operations needs are able to met across the country,” IRCC spokesperson Carl Beauchamp told CIC News in an email. In October 2017, new citizenship rules took effect that reduced the number of residency years an individual had to accumulate before he or she could apply for Canadian Citizenship from four years out of six to...

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