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JUN
04

Immigrate to Canada as an Engineer

Engineering is one of the most promising careers in Canada. The economy is expanding at a rate faster than the country can supply the manpower for. Canada is the second-largest country in the world, larger than the USA and second only to Russia. The country has significant resources, some of which are harder to get to than others, just take a look at the Klondike gold rush, and we have only begun to scratch the surface of this beautiful country’s potential. The exciting part i

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JUN 4, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

JUN
02

Immigrate to Canada as a Plumber

Not every boy or girl growing up wants to become a plumber. It is a labor-intensive, unglamorous occupation with a tough reputation. The truth is, if every little boy or girl knew what it cost to live comfortably, the real amount of hours they would have to dedicate to earning a living and the actual range in the job description of a plumber, they might think twice before following the herd to a university. Trade jobs have long been an in-demand profession around the world, and it i

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JUN 2, 2020

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REUBEN WALTER

MAY
29

Latest Express Entry Draws Invites Thousands!
In the latest Express Entry draws that recently took place on May 27 and 28, 3,900 lucky newcomers were given a chance to apply for permanent residence in Canada. Since the COVID-19 restrictions were implemented, we have seen a trend in the way that visa applications are currently being processed. Those who have applied through an Express Entry linked Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) as well as those who have applied through the Canadian Experience Class (CEC), which a
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MAY 29, 2020

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ROBYNN FARRELL

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

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