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News Release – Canada Plans to Admit More Provincial Nominees in 2012

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Ottawa, November 7, 2011 – The Government of Canada will continue to provide provinces and territories with a record amount of space in the country’s immigration program in 2012, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced today. Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) plans to welcome 42,000 to 45,000 people under the Provincial Nominee Program […]

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Newfounderland and Labrador, another province in need of skilled workers

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Like other provinces in Canada, notably Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia out west, Canada’s easternmost province, Newfoundland and Labrador, is also in the midst of an energy and resources boom that is taxing its ability to provide the skilled labour to complete planned projects. In many cases, the existent population of Newfoundland and Labrador, is […]

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Calgary, boomtown for immigrants

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With the fastest growing immigrant population in Canada, and the country’s first Muslim mayor, Calgary is poised to reap the rewards of Alberta’s energy boom for a wide spectrum of Canadians, including many of its newcomers. Calgary is the largest city in Alberta, and as such is benefitting from the province’s current status as Canada’s […]

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Canada’s hottest jobs

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  Canada is the second largest country in the world in terms of area. Neighbor to USA and having shorelines on both pacific and Atlantic ocean, it is a haven for overseas job seekers from all around the world. Canada has a high rate of per capita income and there are a lot of job […]

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Veils ban at citizenship ceremonies

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Under no exception will new Canadians be able to continue hiding behind a face covering when taking their oath of citizenship, the federal government announced Monday in a move that’s already stirring controversy within and outside the Muslim community. The new rule, which takes effect immediately, means Muslim women will have to remove their niqabs, […]

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