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Ontario is looking more skilled Immigrants in 2019

Ontario among Canadian provinces vying for additional skilled immigrants in 2019 Immigration to Canada is on the rise, despite Quebec’s move this week to cut back Immigration to Canada remains on the rise at both the provincial and federal level, despite a move this week by the province of Quebec to reduce the number of …

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Quebec Targets 40000 new permanent residents for 2019

Quebec sets admissions target of 40,000 new permanent residents for 2019 Majority of newcomers will arrive through economic immigration programs, including the Quebec Skilled Worker Program Quebec could admit up to 42,000 new permanent residents and issue as many as 24,800 selection certificates in the New Year, the province says in its new immigration plan …

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Global Talent Stream makes it easier to work in Canada

CANADA’S GLOBAL TALENT STREAM MAKES IT EASIER TO WORK IN CANADA! In just a few months, the province of Quebec will hold scheduled elections for its National Assembly. Immigration policy is one of the most hotly debated issues between the parties that are running candidates in the election. QUEBEC SOLIDAIRE’S PLAN One party, Quebec Solidaire …

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Canada Conducted the largest express entry draw of 2018

Canada conducted largest Express Entry draw of 2018 3,750 invitations issued to Express Entry immigration candidates with scores of 451 or above The Government of Canada conducted its largest Express Entry draw of 2018 on Wednesday, June 13, issuing 3,750 invitations to apply for Canadian permanent residence to candidates with Comprehensive Ranking System scores of …

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New Report says raising Canada’s Immigration Rate

New report calls for raising Canada’s immigration rate Raising admissions to 415,000 by 2030 would off-set aging population and spur economy, Conference Board of Canada says Increasing Canada’s immigration rate to one percent of its total population beginning in 2030 would help offset the challenges caused by an aging population and contribute to economic growth, …

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