FALL 2019 & Winter 2020 INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ADMISSIONS

FALL 2019 and Winter 2020 INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ADMISSIONS OPEN NOW

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We are accepting application from international students for the programs in Business, IT, Healthcare, Finance, Hospitality, Trades and Film Industry.   What you need to have? Higher Secondary School Certificate ( Grade 12) or A/O Levels 16 years of Education is an asset. IELTS: Minimum 5.0 Overall Don’t have IELTS, let us know and we will […]

Interest in Canada due to H 1B frustrations

H-1B frustrations bring renewed U.S. media interest in Canada’s immigration options

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If you qualify for the H-1B, you may be well-positioned to pursue Canadian permanent residence With the rejection rate for H-1B visa applications on the rise in the United States, highly skilled foreign workers who depend on them are turning to Canada in search of stability and new opportunities. Numerous American media outlets have published […]

Full-time work in Ontario drove Canadian employment gains in February

Full-time work in Ontario drove Canadian employment gains in February

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Statistics Canada reports ‘notable’ increase in Professional, Scientific and Technical Services employment Employment in Canada was up by nearly 56,000 in February thanks largely to gains in full-time work in Ontario. Statistics Canada’s monthly Labour Force Survey for February showed Ontario posted a net employment gain of 37,000 for the month. An increase of 59,000 […]

Immigration as a positive light for majority of Canadians

Immigration as a positive light, for majority of Canadians

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Most Canadians don’t see immigration as a national problem compared to economy, climate change and health care A majority of Canadians continue to hold a positive attitude toward immigration despite the increasing politicization of the issue, a new opinion survey shows.   Conducted by the Environics Institute in October, the survey of 2,000 Canadians found only […]

IRCC now accepting results of new TCF Canada language test

IRCC now accepting results of new TCF Canada language test

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Move gives French-speaking permanent residence applicants a second language test option The Government of Canada is now accepting the results of a new test as proof of language ability for French-speaking economic immigration candidates applying for permanent residence. The Test de connaissance du français pour le Canada (TCF Canada) is administered by the French government-run Centre international […]

Ottawa’s immigrant workforce a ‘golden opportunity’ for companies

Ottawa’s immigrant workforce a ‘golden opportunity’ for companies, says local board of trade

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Hiring immigrants shown to increase revenue, productivity, says new Ottawa Business Growth Survey Ottawa companies concerned about access to skilled labour would benefit from tapping the city’s pool of highly educated immigrants, says a new survey by the Ottawa Board of Trade. According to the organization’s 2018 Ottawa Business Growth Survey, companies with recent experience […]

Minimum CRS score in October 29 draw was 442

Canada maintains 2018 high of 3,900 invitations in latest Express Entry draw

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Minimum CRS score in October 29 draw was 442 The Government of Canada has issued 3,900 Express Entry candidates an invitation to apply for Canadian permanent residence in a draw held October 29. The minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score in this latest draw was 442. The federal Express Entry system manages the pool of candidates for […]

PEI closing two controversy-plagued entrepreneur streams

PEI closing two controversy-plagued entrepreneur streams

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Many approved for PR through 100% Ownership and Partial Ownership streams never opened businesses The Atlantic Province of Prince Edward Island announced today that it is eliminating its 100% Ownership and Partial Ownership entrepreneur streams. The last draw will take place on September 20 and no more applications will be accepted after that day. The 100% […]

proposed Northern Ontario immigration pilot

Vision for proposed Northern Ontario immigration pilot outlined

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Leading advocate of project says ‘middle-skilled’ labour is needed in Ontario’s northern regions The head of one of the main organizations pushing for an immigration pilot for Ontario’s northern regions has provided new details of his vision for the program. Charles Cirtwill, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Northern Policy Institute, detailed a number […]

10 most ‘liveable’ cities in 2018

Calgary, Vancouver and Toronto among world’s 10 most ‘liveable’ cities in 2018

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The Economist’s Global Liveability Index rates living conditions in 140 cities worldwide Three of Canada’s largest cities — Calgary, Vancouver, and Toronto — continue to rank among the top 10 most liveable cities in the world in The Economist’s latest survey. The three cities are the only North American cities in the top 10 of the Economist […]