Kathleen Harris · CBC News · Posted: Jan 02, 2020 The federal government plans to bring in a new immigration program that will allow cities and towns to pick newcomers based on local labour needs. The Liberals promised to create a municipal nominee program during the election campaign. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau instructed new Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino to begin work on the project in his recent mandate letter. The
By Adam MacVicar Global News On any given day, Roy’s Place in Claresholm, Alta., is packed with customers hoping to grab a quick bite to eat. The restaurant has been open for 12 years and serves roughly 3,000 orders of food weekly, which has kept the 22 full-time and part-time workers on staff busy. But lately, the restaurant has had to close its doors some days due to staff shortages.
Ottawa, September 6, 2019 – When people apply to become permanent residents in Canada, they’re asked to declare all family members on their application (spouse, common-law partner, dependent children), including those who aren’t accompanying them to Canada. For various reasons, including lack of awareness or lack of knowledge of a family member’s whereabouts in a conflict situation, many newcomers failed to declare some family members on their application. By not
Canada Has Officially Ranked #1 In The World For Best Quality Of Life Sarah Lombardo June 2019 When it comes to ranking #1 place in competitions, Canada is no stranger to taking the gold. We’ve always ranked very well in many different categories, but there’s nothing like being the best at something to really make Canadians feel proud of their country. And what could be more brag-worthy than ranking #1
Canada must adapt quickly to attract skilled workers, immigration minister says Kathleen Harris · CBC News · Posted: Aug 13, 2019 9:25 AM ET Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says Canada must be quick to adapt and innovate in order to remain a global leader in attracting skilled workers. Hussen is welcoming a new report from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) which praised Canada’s economic immigration system as one