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100 Express Entry candidates with CRS 382 invited in Alberta Express Entry draw

Alberta conducted a PNP draw under its Express Entry stream and invited candidates with a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System score of 382. A total of 100...
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Alberta plans to create more jobs in film and TV production sector

The Canadian province of Alberta has been the location for some of the most popular Hollywood films and TV series, such as Ghostbusters, Interstellar and...
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Canada plans to bring about changes to Express Entry system

Canada government is all set to introduce certain new changes to the Express Entry system in order to make it more aligned with the economic goals of the...
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Canada welcomed 40785 new immigrants in March 2022

Canada welcomed a total of 40785 new permanent residents in March, which 9.2 per cent more than the previous month. If this pace is maintained in the coming...
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Bill proposes improvements for Canadian super visa for parents and grandparents

Canadian MP Kyle Seeback has proposed a bill that aims to improve the Super Visa for parents and grandparents. At present, parents and grandparents of...
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Quebec to welcome around 71000 new immigrants in 2022

It is estimated that Quebec would be welcoming around 71275 new permanent residents in 2022, as the province is taking serious efforts to compensate for the...
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Increase in settlement funds requirements for FSWP, FSTP candidates

Canada has decided to increase the settlement fund requirements for the applicants of Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) and Federal Skilled Trades Program...
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Best time for nurses to migrate to Canada

The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic increased the demand for nurses in Canada, which was already reeling under the shortage of nurses. One way by which the...
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545 PNP candidates invited in Express Entry draw of May 11

In the Express Entry draw held on May 11, Canada invited 545 Provincial Nominee Program candidates to apply for permanent residence. The invited candidates had...
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315 candidates invited in Manitoba PNP draw

In the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program(MPNP) draw held on May 5, the province invited 315 candidates to apply for provincial nomination. Among those...
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Canada welcomed 64200 spouse immigrants in 2021. Know how to migrate to Canada with family

Canada offers you plenty of options to move to the country with your family, shows the latest data on family immigration to Canada. Canada welcomed a total of...
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Express Entry draw of April 27 invited 829 PNP candidates

The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) held the first Express Entry draw after announcing the resumption of all-program Express Entry draws in...
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High demand for tech professionals in Canada

As the tech sector of Canada keeps growing despite the pandemic, the demand for tech workers is surging in the country. One of the ways through which Canada is...
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Quebec needs more workers to fill vacancies

Quebec is witnessing low unemployment rates and a record high number of vacant jobs. With an aim to address the shortage of labour being faced by the province...
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Newfoundland and Labrador eliminates provincial immigration fees

The Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador, in the Budget for 2022, has eliminated the fees under its Provincial Nominee Program with immediate effect....
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