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Invite your Parents to Canada on a SuperVisa

You’re getting ready to immigrate to Canada, maybe you’re already here. You want your parents to join you, but the wait for the Parent or Grandparent Program can be long and success is by no means guaranteed. The program gets over 100,000 applications every year, and they can only grant around 20,000 applicants the opportunity to apply for permanent residency. So, while you apply and hold thumbs that your parents applications will be selected, why not ha

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SEP 1, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

AUG
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Top 10 Management Jobs in Canada
Managers within a wide range of industries are in-demand in Canada. From construction managers to managers in healthcare -  there is a large gap in the Canadian job market that needs to be filled. The best part is that you don’t need a ridiculous amount of work experience to work in Canada as a manager.  
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AUG 31, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

AUG
28

How to Immigrate to Canada as a Marketing Manager

Are you a marketing manager who would like to immigrate to Canada?

If yes, you’re in luck because marketing specialists are in-demand, especially in a post-pandemic world where online sales have skyrocketed. Thousands of Canadian businesses, big and small, need a winning marketing strategy to drive sales while others need to adopt better marketing practices to maintain competitiveness. The best part? You don’t necessarily need a job offer

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AUG 28, 2020

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NICKY VAN ZYL

AUG
26

6 Great Part Time Jobs For New Arrivals in Canada

Working less than 30 hours a week in any particular occupation is considered to be a part time job in Canada. There are professionals who work less than 30 hours a week in permanent roles, who make a very good income. This has resulted in Canada having a very high number of people in the workforce who are considered part time workers, one in five to be specific. The cost of living can become high when you first arrive in Canada, and you may find your savings running

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AUG 26, 2020

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RUEBEN WALTER

AUG
24

Plan Your Gap Year in Canada

So you’ve graduated. Congratulations! There’s nothing quite like the feeling of receiving that diploma after studying relentlessly for finals. So what’s next? Many high school and post-secondary graduates find it difficult to decide what it is they want to study at university or college or even know what direction to head towards in their professional career. One of the most popular choices is to plan a gap year in Canada and one of the best ways t

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AUG 24, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

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