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IRCC is working to expand the Francophone mobility stream under the International Mobility Program (IMP) to include French-speaking temporary workers from all skill sets and occupations, in support...


A Statistics Canada report reveals that nearly one in four study permit holders in Canada in 2019 were not enrolled in public post-secondary institutions. In 2019, a total of 717,300 students held ...


In recent economic developments, Canada's Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland unveiled the Fall Economic Statement for 2023, emphasizing a strategic initiative to bolster the supply of affordable ho...


In 2023, a review of Canada's Express Entry system by Statistics Canada revealed that young professionals under 40, especially those in high-demand occupations, had a higher chance of selection. Th...


IRCC is looking to welcome 31,500 French-speaking permanent residents (PRs) in 2025 and 36,000 newcomers under the same category in 2026 for admission outside Quebec.


Immigration is crucial for Canada's economy, with immigrants significantly represented across key sectors. They comprise over 36% in accommodation and food services, nearly 38% in transportation, a...


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