“Who knew Canadians could be so cheeky?” tweeted Paul Graham, one of the founders of San Francisco-based tech accelerator Ycombinator last month. The tweet accompanied a picture of a billboard, looming above the 101 highway. “H-1B problems?” It commiserated. “Pivot to Canada. New Start-Up Visa. Low taxes.” Canada is surfing Silicon Valley’s neighbourhood, looking for immigrant talent. But if we get it, can we kee....Read More
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) announced today that it will begin implementing Phase II of the Entry/Exit Initiative with the United States (U.S.) Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on June 30, 2013, as outlined in the Beyond the Border Action Plan.
Under Phase II, the CBSA and DHS will exchange entry data collected on third-country nationals (those who are neither citizens of Canada nor of the U.S.), Read More
Last week, Statistics Canada released figures regarding the education and labour rates from its 2011 National Household Survey. It looks like the residents of Brant and Haldimand-Norfolk are becoming more educated when compared to the census numbers in the year 2006. In some cases, the rates are faster than the rest of the province. Canadian province ensures that immigration to Canada leads to quality education.
The Natio....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
A northern Ontario non-profit group is ramping up efforts to bring more skilled workers to the northwest. Laurentian University's Professions North/Nord wants to make employers in northwestern Ontario aware of the pool of skilled immigrants in Canada....Read More