Intake caps and impending changes have applicants to Canada’s popular Federal and Quebec Skilled Worker programs working hard to ensure that their applications are submitted in a timely fashion.
The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP), Canada’s biggest immigration program, has begun reporting on the numbers of applications received for the first time since its reopening in May 2013. Meanwhile, Quebec Skilled Worker (Q....Read More
In an exceptional move, certain stakeholders and the Canadian public have been supportive to submit their ideas on immigration to an online consultation website.
The site had been launched by Canada’s Immigration Minister Mr. Jason Kenney on the 21st June, and will run until 31st August. Mr. Kenney laun....Read More
Passport Canada will not end. It is going to continue to exist in accordance with Service Canada and Citizenship and Immigration Canada from July 2, 2013, and beyond. With the help of this change, Canadians can continue to see familiar and trusted Passport Canada signs at the offices. The Passport office in Windsor will not be closing.
The Canada's moving passport program for Citizenship and Read More
The Government of Canada is planning to support the youth to help them gain the knowledge, skills and experience that would be useful for them to enter and succeed in the job market.
The Governments top priority is to create jobs, long term prosperity and economic growth in Canada. This could attract a number ofRead More
Manitoba has shown a steady economic growth in the recent months. Manitoba’s key economic strength is because of the stability they have shown in terms of development. According to the reports of Bank of Montreal (BMO), Manitoba’s economy is expected to grow by 2% in this year.
Winnipeg is Manitoba’s largest capital city. Winnipeg expects to offer 12,000 new jobs in the coming years. This news would attract a large nu....Read More