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Express Entry Draw Number 145 and 146

On 27 April and 1 May 2020, Canada held it’s 145th and 146th Express Entry draws respectively, inviting 3,900 applicants to apply for permanent residency in Canada. The first draw invited all applicants with a provincial nomination. A total of 589 candidates with a provincial nomination, which is worth 600 points on your Comprehensive Rankings Score (CRS), were sen

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  • REUBEN WALTER

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5 Ways to Get Canadian Permanent Residency
Want to know how to get Canadian Permanent Residency? Here are 5 ways to move to Canada in 2021.
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  • ROBYNN FARRELL

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How Will a COVID-19 Recession Affect Jobs in Canada for Immigrants?

COVID-19 has affected economies worldwide, including Canada, leaving many wondering how a recession could affect jobs in Canada for immigrants? With Canada’s economy seemingly hanging in the balance, many foreign workers are concerned about whether or not there will be job opportunities in Canada for them in the future. Economists are unable to say for sure but have instead projected a best and worst-case scenario based on the control of the COVID-19 outbreak, but the truth is

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  • ROBYNN FARRELL

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Move to Canada With the Help of RCIC Jimmy Park

Do you want to move to Canada? Thousands of individuals around the world pursue Canadian immigration every year, many succeed but sadly the majority fail because they did not use the professional services of Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants (RCICs) who are experts in the field of Canadian immigration policies and procedures. To top it off, there are many fraudulent companies who claim to work with RCICs or use the identity of real RCICs to swindle hopefuls out of thousands

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  • NICKY VAN ZYL

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Immigrate to Canada as a Fisherman

The fishing industry is one of the large players in Canada’s economy, employing over 72,000 people annually and contributing over $7 billion in exports. While some positions are seasonal, there are a lot more that are year round. If you are thinking about finding a fisherman job in Canada, or any job in the fishing industry, you are making a smart choice. People in Canada’s fishing industry are paid very well, especially in comparison to Europe and with continuous employ

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APR 12, 2021

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  • REUBEN WALTER