MAY
21

How to Immigrate to Nova Scotia
Nova Scotia is known as one of Canada’s Atlantic Provinces and is the country’s 7th most populous region. This resource-based economy is driven to grow its other sectors and join the rest of the country in growing its GDP. The capital, Halifax, combines the best of hidden ocean coves with a lush and walkable cityscape that makes commuting and traveling a breeze. Discover how to immigrate to Nova Scotia where you can start a new life for yourself and your fa
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MAY 21, 2019

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MAY
17

International Students Choose to Study in Canada

In 2018 alone, the enrollment of international students rose by 110% and it’s still increasing this year. If you are searching for somewhere to study overseas, why not study in Canada? Many international students are making it their first choice due to prestigious universities as well as celebrated diversity across campuses. According to the 2018 World Happiness Report, Canada is recognized as one of the top-most welcoming countries in the world when it comes

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MAY 17, 2019

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ROBYNN FARRELL

MAY
13

How to Immigrate to New Brunswick
One of Canada’s Atlantic provinces, New Brunswick is best known for its manufacturing and tourism industries. Rich in natural resources, the province has been in the forestry trade for decades with most of its workers living in Saint John’s. The capital city, however, is Fredericton. Known as the only officially bilingual province in the country, New Brunswick still has a mostly English population with 30% of the population identifying as French-speakers.

Due
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MAY 13, 2019

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ROBYNN FARRELL

MAY
10

Top Tips to Spot Canadian Immigration Fraud
Starting your Canadian immigration process is difficult. The adjustments, application procedures, and documentation required can be quite daunting. For this reason, people seek help with the visa application process. It is advisable to get trustworthy assistance for your Canadian visa application considering all the fraudulent immigration agencies out there these days. You should always keep in mind that some businesses take advantage of those seeking immigration servi
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MAY 10, 2019

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ROBYNN FARRELL

MAY
03

Atlantic Immigration Pilot Extended
The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) which governs labour needs for the Atlantic provinces (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador) in Canada has been extended for another two years. This allows the immigration systems to be assessed for their mid and long-term impacts as the provinces attempt to address growing labour market shortages across the country.

Now that the program is able to maintain its momentum, the province
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MAY 3, 2019

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ROBYNN FARRELL

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