Newfoundland and Quebec saw fastest participation rate growth between 2008 and 2018, Statistics Canada says
Saskatchewan list of 9 Jobs in demand due to Covid-19
The MPNP-B allows Manitoba to recruit and nominate qualified business people with the intent and ability to reside in the province and make a significant investment in a new or existing business and hold an active managerial role. Manitoba’s MPNP-B promotes the province’s economic growth as it is designed to retain successful business owners and professionals with executive-level experience.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has chosen at random 10,000 sponsors who wish to submit an application to sponsor their parent(s) or grandparent(s) as permanent residents through the Parent and Grand Parents sponsorship program (PGP).
New draws through Saskatchewan’s Express Entry and Occupation In-Demand immigration sub-categories on November 1 resulted in 926 invitations to apply for a provincial nomination for permanent residence from pool of candidates for the Express Entry and Occupation in demand sub catagory of the province.
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In Edmonton an Iranian is serving jail time due to conviction of terrorism activities against Canada . Based on the new citizenship act and regulations he could be subject to losing his citizenship . According to him, Cruel and unfair citizenship law can create dabble punishments since in addition to the criminal punishment the convicted person can lose his or her citizenship . This will result the defendant's personal security, his family and will be adversely affected by the decision .
The government of Newfoundland and Labrador wants annual immigration numbers to increase to 1,700 new permanent residents per year, an increase of around 50 percent on current intake numbers.
British Columbia nominated 3,100 candidates in the federal Express Entry system for Canadian permanent residence in 2018 through its provincial nominee program, the BC PNP.
By 2023, 4.4% of all immigrants settling outside of Quebec would be French-speaking under a joint federal-provincial plan. A new joint action plan uniting Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial governments is aiming to raise the number of French-speaking immigrants who are settling outside of Quebec.
The bill 9was introduced today in the National Assembly.
The Government of Ontario is being encouraged to create a new immigration pilot program that would address labour needs in its northern and rural regions. Promoted by the Northern Policy Institute, an independent think tank dedicated to issues in Northern Ontario, the proposed Ontario Rural and Remote Pilot draws on existing immigration programs like the federal-provincial Atlantic immigration pilot (AIP) and Manitoba’s morden Community Driven Immigration Initiative.
A new immigration pathway for international graduates of post-secondary institutions in Manitoba is now open to Expressions of Interest from eligible candidates.
The Atlantic pilot project is a new three-year pilot program for immigration to Atlantic Canada. The program was launched on March 6, 2017.
Manitoba has announced a number of changes to its Provincial Nominee Program, including the creation of an in-demand occupations list and a new pathway aligned with Canada’s Express Entry system and the creation of a new International Education Stream.
ANALYSIS: Canadian immigration will be guided by Canada's ability to defeat COVID-19 and whether a federal election is called.
Nova Scotia says its Provincial Nominee Program nominated a record number of immigrants in 2017. The Atlantic Canada province nominated more than 1,400 people through its 5 provincial nominee programs.
Dear Candidate,This is to notify you that the requirements for proof of settlement funds have changed for 2021. Proof of funds is how you show us that you have enough money to settle in Canada. If we invite you to apply, you must give written proof that you have this money. Settlement funds are only required for certain candidates depending on the program(s) you qualify for.
The Honourable Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, today announced that French-speaking and bilingual candidates will receive additional points under the Express Entry system. This change will help deliver on the government’s commitment to reach the target of 4.4% French-speaking immigrant admissions outside Quebec by 2023.
Canada’s Immigration Minister, Ahmed Hussen, played up the positive impact of immigrants and refugees on the country and its economy in an address this week to international immigration experts gathered in the nation’s capital city, Ottawa.
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