OCT
02

What Makes Canada a Great Place to Live?

Immigrating to a new country can be daunting, particularly if you feel like you will not be embraced or accepted and even worse, discriminated against. If you are thinking about moving to Canada, you can rest assured that the most welcoming, most culturally diverse country in the world, and there is no room for discrimination. Canada embraces multiculturalism at its core, and it’s immigration policies are an essential component of its success.

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OCT 2, 2019

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ROBYNN FARRELL

SEP
30

A Round-Up of the Candidates Who Received ITA’s in Septembers Express Entry and PNP Draws

Thousands of people immigrate to Canada through the Express Entry and Provincial Nominee Programs each year. See below for a round-up of the statistics from the draws that took place in September and how we can help you to be one of the candidates who receive an invitation to apply in a future draw.

Express Entry Draws in Septembe

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SEP 30, 2019

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ROBYNN FARRELL

SEP
27

Federal Skilled Worker Program vs Federal Trade Worker Program: What's the Difference?

Navigating the Canadian immigration system can be both complex and time-consuming, considering all the requirements regarding completing forms and documents that need to be submitted. Not only are these criteria very strict but most candidates do not realise that choosing the right program is just as important.

Two programs which foreign applicants often get confused is the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) and th

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SEP 27, 2019

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ROBYNN FARRELL

SEP
26

Decoding the National Occupation Classification: What’s Your Code?

The Express Entry Program is one of the fastest ways to move to Canada. Due to the fact that it can get you to Canada in as little as 6 months, it is also the most popular route of applying to Canada. Because you will be competing with so many other candidates, it is imperative that you do the application properly. An important component of this application and one that confuses many applicants is which NOC code to pick. Keep reading to simplify everythin

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SEP 26, 2019

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ROBYNN FARRELL

SEP
25

Earn up to $144,237 per Year as a Construction Manager in Canada

If you’re an experienced construction manager with dreams of building a future for yourself and your loved ones, then Canada may just be the ideal place to relocate to. Canada’s construction industry is one of its major contributors to the overall economy, with a GDP of $138,465 million in June 2019 and employing over 1.2 million people.

With immigration projections for Canada set at inviting over 1 millio

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SEP 25, 2019

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ROBYNN FARRELL

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