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  • 142 Candidates Invited for Saskatchewan Entrepreneur Program

    Saskatchewan has conducted the largest ever draw for the Entrepreneur stream of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP), with 142 international entrepreneurs having been invited to apply to the program following the May 24, 2017 draw. Another new record was set in this draw, as the points threshold required for a candidate to be invited to apply reached its lowest ever cut-off point of 80.

  • 2016 Quebec Entrepreneur Cap Completed

    Quebec Entrepreneur program is one of the Quebec three business programs. As of April first, 2016 the immigration program was reopened with a limited cap of 50 applications. The next intake will start April 01, 2017.

  • Alberta could bring 40,000 newcomers to rural communities by 2024

    Rural communities around Alberta could get a boost of around 40,000 newcomers over the next four years under policies being proposed by the province’s United Conservative Party.  

  • Alberta rural immigration programs, will be introduced soon

    Premier Jason Kenney promised two new programs on campaign trail, saying they could bring 40,000 newcomers to rural communities by 2024

  • B.C. announces new entrepreneurs Pilot immigration to B.C.'s smaller communities

    British Columbia is opening a new immigration pilot program to attract foreign entrepreneurs to smaller communities around the province.

  • BC Issued Invitations for 383 workers, international graduates, and entrepreneurs

    The Government of British Columbia continues to invite workers, international graduates, and entrepreneurs at low points thresholds in the most recent draws conducted on November 22 and November 29.

  • BC PNP Entrepreneur Immigration Invitations to Apply

    British Columbia PNP Entrepreneur Immigration Invitations to Apply  (Since November 2015)


    You may be required to submit a registration form if you are interested in certain categories or streams of the BC PNP.

  • Canada created 55000 new Jobs in December

    A greater proportion of core-aged newcomers were employed than before the pandemic, according to Statistics Canada's Labour Force Survey.

  • Canada was ranked eighth among the safest countries in the world

    A new report has highlighted Canada’s track record of safety and peace, with further developments that should enable a future improvement in its ranking. According to the report, such improvements will largely be the result of Canada’s progressive immigration policy.

  • Canada's immigration minister aims to 'substantially increase' Number of immigrants in order to resolve Labour Shortage issue

    Canada’s Minister of Immigration, John McCallum, has stated his intention to “substantially increase” the number of new immigrants to Canada in order to fill labour shortages, with a three-year immigration plan expected to be unveiled this fall (autumn).

  • Canadian citizen protests against the new law take a more legal form

    The new law of citizenship is objectionable to many; therefore, group of lawyers attempted to collect funds for follow-up protests are at higher levels. The law society believe that the new law has not respected the rights of Canadian citizens, who have achieved their citizenship through immigration or born outside of Canada , on the basis of the Freedom Charter of rights.

  • Canadian Goverment will be launching an Online National Conversation on Immigration

    The government of Canada has this week launched what it calls a ‘national conversation on immigration’, in which Canadians are being consulted on the present and future of Canada’s immigration policy. The government has provided a detailed questionnaire, and participants have until August 5 to submit their views across a range of topics.

  • Criminal Inadmissibility

    Canada has strict laws regarding criminal inadmissibility. If you wish to enter Canada permanently or temporarily, you may be denied entry if you or your dependents are deemed criminally inadmissible. Even a drunk driving charge, for example, can prevent you from entering Canada.

  • Entrepreneur and Corporate streams differ from old Investor category

    Canada’s most populated province, Ontario, has provided details on two new business immigration programs that are now open to eligible candidates wishing to invest in the Canadian economy. As the leader in attracting foreign direct investment of any province or state in North America, Ontario’s new business streams are likely to prove popular. The Entrepreneur Stream and the Corporate Stream both operate under the (OINP), a Provincial Nominee Program that allows Ontario to nominate individuals deemed to have credentials that would benefit the local labour market.

  • Express Entry Profiles Set to Expire After One Year

    Candidates for Express Entry are reminded that profiles are only valid for twelve months from the date they are created. Candidates who have not received an Invitation-to-Apply (ITA) for Permanent Residence and who are still interested in immigrating to Canada must create new profiles in the Express Entry pool.

  • Express Entry will be modified

    The Minister of Immigration, John McCallum, has made it quite clear that he wants to increase the overall number of new immigrants to Canada over the coming years. Not only that, but the Express Entry system may also be modified. The exact modifications, if and when they happen, are not yet known. Consequently, and taken together with an expected increase in invitations issued over the coming draws, I would encourage individuals who are currently eligible to enter the pool to do so. It is only once they are in the pool that they can attract the attention of Canadian provinces that are looking to welcome newcomers through a PNP, as well as employers hiring through the system.”

  • Federal immigration delays stall Nova Scotia population goals

    Halifax business owner put in limbo by permanent residency application delay.

  • Few Canadians see immigrants and refugees as a major national issue

    A majority of Canadians continue to hold positive views on key aspects of immigration and few see immigrants and refugees as a pressing national concern, a new Environics Institute survey has found.

  • Immigration programs cap for 2016

    Canada plans on welcoming up to 305,000 new permanent residents in 2016 .This is considered the highest projected immigration level in decades, which represents seven percent increase on the 2015 plan. On March 8. details of 2016 immigration plan has been unveiled.