Live In Canada

OCT
21

How You Can Work in Canada

Working in Canada is incredible. The wages are good, most provinces average around $12.50 an hour. We believe in a healthy work-life balance, the average working week is 40 hours. We are friendly and happy people, for the most part anyway. We have a very affordable cost of living, most people who are committed to their jobs live very comfortable and fulfilled lives. There is no getting around it, if you want to work in Canada legally, you will re

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OCT 21, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

OCT
19

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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OCT 19, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

OCT
12

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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OCT 12, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

OCT
08

Guide: Move to Canada from Burkina Faso
Thousands of people have moved to Canada from all corners of Africa including Nigeria, Uganda, and Burkina Faso. Canada’s lenient immigration policies, various immigration programs, and labor shortages have made it easy for Africans and their families to start a new life in the Great Nort
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OCT 8, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

OCT
05

How to Immigrate to Canada

Taking the first step when considering immigrating to Canada is always the toughest. With over 100 immigration pathways to Canada, it's completely understandable why you may feel overwhelmed just at the thought of having your evaluation done Over 20% of Canadians are foreign-born, and with plans to invite 1 million people to join our community by 2022, there’s no reason that you shouldn’t be one of them. So let&rsquo

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OCT 5, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

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