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Canada’s immigration program for migrant caregivers under review

February 9, 2018

By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | Immigration Canada says caregivers who have not accrued the required two years of employment by Nov. 29, 2019 need not apply....

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Connecting work with a higher purpose: ‘Canada’s Top Employers for Young People’ for 2018 are announced

February 9, 2018

By Market Business Insider | Finding the ‘right fit’ when reviewing young job applicants is a challenge, but for many students and recent graduates finding the ‘right organization’ is even tougher. Young people are discerning about where they start their careers – and want to be sure that their beliefs and values line up with a prospective employer’s. How, then, should organizations go about attracting the best and the brightest?...

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Canada sheds 88,000 net jobs in January

February 9, 2018

By CTV News | The number of jobs in Canada fell by 88,000 in January to give the labour market its steepest one-month drop in nine years, Statistics Canada said Friday....

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Canada Sees A Decline Of Wealthy Immigrants In 2017

February 7, 2018

By Better Dwelling Global wealth migration is accelerating, but traditional winners of the migration are losing. Analysts at New World Wealth (NWW), a firm that tracks the trends of high net-worth individuals, observed an increase of movement of wealthy families. Despite the increase, top desinations for wealthy immigrants are seeing a decline. This decline of wealthy immigrants was especially pronounced in Canada. Canada Saw 5,000 Wealthy Families Immigrate In 2017...

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How Canada deepened its Olympic ranks with immigrant athletes

February 5, 2018

By Ottawa Citizen | Ivan Babikov was standing in a freezer in a Toronto grocery store in the summer of 2003, shivering and stocking shelves with ice cream, wondering just how a freshly arrived 23-year-old immigrant from Russia’s frozen north was going to make a life for himself in Canada. “I didn’t really plan on being a skier,” Babikov says, from his home in Canmore, Alta. “I had a wife...

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Express Entry-linked PNPs off to a strong start in 2018

February 4, 2018

By Canadian Immigration News | January was a busy month for Canada’s Provincial Nominee Programs, notably those aligned with the federal Express Entry system. The two Express Entry draws conducted by the Government of Canada in January were complemented by the opening of five Express Entry-linked Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) streams over the course of the month. Express Entry candidates with a provincial nomination get an additional 600 points toward...

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