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FEB
09

Earn Up to $126, 300 When You  Immigrate to Canada As a Vet
64% of people prefer spending an evening with their pet over their significant other, according to a survey by The Huffington Post Canada. If that tells us one thing, we know that Canadians are passionate about their furry companions. If you're a veterinarian interested in pursuing a career in Canada, you’re on the right track. In this blog, we take an in-depth look at what it takes to immigrate to Canada as a vet. In 2020 alone, Canada aims to welcome
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FEB 9, 2021

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  • ROBYNN FARRELL

FEB
09

Canada's In Demand Occupations
There are some professions that are in demand all across Canada, some are more region or even town specific. If you want to find a job in Canada that will help you obtain permanent residency in the short term, where you choose to work should be just as important as getting a job to begin with. The Provincial Nomination Programs are one of the ideal programs to obtain PR status effectively, as a provincial nomination is worth 600 points on your Express Ent
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FEB 9, 2021

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  • ROBYNN FARRELL

FEB
09

Already Two Express Entry Draws in April 2020
As many countries around the world prepared to enter a long weekend of uncertainty, there were a good number of Canadian immigration applicants who received life changing news in these hard and uncertain times. On the 9th of April 2020, Canada held not one, but two Express Entry draws to invite applicants who have applied to immigrate to Canada for permanent residency. The firs
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FEB 9, 2021

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  • ROBYNN FARRELL

FEB
09

Immigration Matters - Starting a small business in Saskatchewan

There are really three major ways to immigrate to Canada. You can go via a skills program, study and start working after your graduation or buy/start a business in Canada. Today we will be examining the success story of an immigrant from the Netherlands who not only successfully started a new life in the Great White North, but also contributed significantly to the economy of Saskatchewan and enriched a small community through her enterprising nature

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FEB 9, 2021

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  • ROBYNN FARRELL

FEB
09

Canadian Borders Open to International Students

After nearly six months, Canadian borders are officially reopening to all international students who are enrolled in designated learning institutions to study in Canada, who are Coronavirus ready and have been approved by their respective provincial or territorial health authority. The Immigration Refugee Council of Canada (IRCC) implemented numerous special measures during the lockdown period. One of which allowed students who continued their studies that would hav

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FEB 9, 2021

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  • ROBYNN FARRELL