Live In Canada

MAY
28

New Opportunities with the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot

When immigrating to a new country as a professional, skilled tradesman, or semi-skilled worker, people tend to gravitate toward major cities. For example, 118,000 immigrants, 35% of the total number who arrived in Canada last year, went to Toronto. Major cities offer a lot of jobs in Canada and support networks of other immigrants who have successfully settled in the country. But what if you could secure a job offer in a smaller city before you even land in Canada, which also happen

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MAY 28, 2020

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REUBEN WALTER

MAY
25

Immigrate to Canada as a Pipe Fitter

Canadians have seen a gradual shift in the way trades people are perceived in the country. The old perception that people who studied trades were the ones who weren’t ‘smart’ enough to get into university has gone right into the trash can where it belongs. As demand for skilled tradesmen and women continues to grow throughout Canada, salaries continue to rise with this demand and now, it’s the smarter ones who are going into a tra

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MAY 25, 2020

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REUBEN WALTER

MAY
22

Immigrate to Canada as an Electrician

As Canada begins to emerge from our national lockdown, our immigration programs continue to march on. Labour demands continue to grow and skilled workers continue to be issued permanent residency in Canada. The demand for certified electricians is growing across the country and forecasts show the demand will only increase year on year. Most high school graduates want to enroll in universities and with a workforce that is aging out, Canada needs skilled t

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MAY 22, 2020

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REUBEN WALTER

MAY
21

The Agri-Food Immigration Pilot is Up and Running

Good news to all our valuable and appreciated farm workers. The Agri-Food Immigration Pilot is finally here! This brand new immigration program allows people with full-time work on farms in Canada to become permanent residents, and eventually citizens of Canada. The agri-food sector is at the core of the Canadian economy, providing jobs for nearly 2.8 million people, and as it turns out, 1 in 8 jobs in Canada is in the farming industry. Attracting and retaining the best farm workers

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MAY 21, 2020

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REUBEN WALTER

MAY
20

The Benefits of Working in Canada in 2020 and Beyond

Canada has thousands of job opportunities available for skilled and unskilled foreigners who want to live and work in Canada. With a goal of inviting 341,000 by the end of 2020, of which 195,800 people can expect to receive invitations to apply for permanent residence, the Canadian government seems to be moving full steam ahead with visa applications. However, the number of jobs available to foreign workers is not the only reason why so many immigrants are making Canada their first

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MAY 20, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

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