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DEC
03

Top 3 Towns in Canada's Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot

One of the lesser known Canadian immigration programs for permanent residency is a one of five pilots called the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot. It is a beautifully unique program because like the Atlantic Immigration Pilot, it seeks to bring the benefits of economic migration to regions of Canada that new immigrants may not have even considered when pl

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DEC 3, 2020

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REUBEN WALTER

NOV
30

Immigration Matters - Immigrate to Canada as a Cook

Thirty four years ago, a young cook from Sweden arrived on Prince Edward Island (PEI), bringing with him a range of skills that would open the palates of the Canadians who already lived on the island province to new and exciting flavors. Chef Hans Anderegg is now one of the best chefs in Canada and a long time instructor at the Holland College’s Culinary Institute on PEI.

One of the biggest shortages in Canada, and on Prince Edwar

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NOV 30, 2020

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REUBEN WALTER

NOV
26

Working in Canada: Are People Paid Well?
What is the average Canadian salary? Which industries are growing the fastest in Canada? What jobs are the most popular among newcomers in Canada?  At the start of 2020, a fresh collection of data was released by Statistic Canada which highlights salary and industry growth across the country. While this data
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NOV 26, 2020

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NICKY VAN ZYL

NOV
23

Which is the Best Province to Immigrate to in Canada

One of the biggest questions potential immigrants ask when getting ready to make the move, is which is the best province to immigrate to in Canada? The honest answer is there isn’t a single answer. Each province offers different opportunities, landscapes, weather, lifestyles and immigration programs that will appeal to different types of people. So, it’s not a matter of which is the best province, but which is the right province for you and your family.

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NOV 23, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

NOV
16

Move to Canada an Join Our Indian Expat Community

Canada’s Indian expat community has grown tremendously over the past few years, and it’s no secret why. With lucrative job opportunities in Canada accompanied by incredible benefits such as being able to enjoy a high quality of life and a happy work-life balance, as well as free healthcare and education for both you and your loved ones, who wouldn’t choose to move to Canada?

The number of Indians who became permanent residents in 2016 compared to 201

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NOV 16, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

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