Web/Graphic Designer

Web/Graphic Design Consultant (NOC: 5241 – Graphic designers and illustrators)

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Skills Required for Web/Graphic Designer position Work setting Graphic design firm, Corporation, Independent Consulting Work conditions and physical capabilities Fast-paced environment, Work under pressure, Attention to detail, Ability to distinguish between colours, Sitting, Tight deadlines Transportation and travel information Own transportation Ability to Supervise 1 to 2 people Own Tools/Equipment Computer, Printer, Internet access Work […]

Canada added 55000 jobs in December

Canada added 55,000 jobs in December

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A greater proportion of core-aged newcomers were employed than before the pandemic, according to Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey. Canada’s employment rose 55,000 in December, while unemployment was little changed. Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey captured economic conditions during the week of December 5 to 11. The reference week was just before the Omicron variant became widespread […]

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Canadian immigrants most likely to stay in Vancouver, Toronto and Edmonton

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Statistics Canada’s study on immigrant mobility names Vancouver, Toronto and Edmonton as the cities with the best immigrant retention. Studying where immigrants prefer to stay is important in developing policies that attract newcomers to a particular area. Through mobility data, we learn what sorts of places immigrants find attractive, and what factors play into their […]

Manitoba PNP invites 393

Manitoba PNP invites 393 in new draw

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Manitoba has now invited 11,179 immigration candidates to apply for a provincial nomination in 2021. Manitoba held its last draw of the year on December 30. The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) invited a total of 393 immigration candidates across three Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs). Here are the number of invitations issued for each program, plus the minimum score […]

Canada extends medical exam exemption

Canada extends medical exam exemption for some immigrants

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Immigration applicants in Canada may not need to do an additional medical exam to apply for permanent residency. Canada’s immigration department is renewing a temporary medical exam exemption on some foreign nationals who are applying for immigration. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is extending the already-existing medical exam exemption on immigration candidates applying from inside Canada until […]

A review of Canadian immigration in 2021

A review of Canadian immigration in 2021

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ANALYSIS: The coronavirus pandemic continued to influence the direction of Canada’s immigration system in 2021. The onset of the coronavirus pandemic changed the course of Canada’s immigration system in 2020 and while things have stabilized, the pandemic caused IRCC to make major adjustments in 2021. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) entered 2021 facing difficult circumstances. […]

Nova Scotia’s population surpass

Immigration helps Nova Scotia’s population surpass 1 million

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Nova Scotia saw some of its fastest growth in 2021. Nova Scotia’s population has breached one million people, which is largely thanks to immigration. Nova Scotia passed the population milestone following record growth since July 2021. The month before, Canada had lifted travel restriction on approved permanent residents, which had limited immigration since the border closed […]

Canada breaks all-time immigration record

Canada breaks all-time immigration record by landing 401,000 immigrants in 2021

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IRCC achieved the goal by focusing on transitioning temporary residents living in Canada during the pandemic to permanent resident status. Canada has landed over 400,000 new permanent residents in 2021 for just the second time since it was founded as a country in 1867. This has just been confirmed in a news release by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship […]