The federal government recently announced the addition of a number of occupations to the priority list, allowing for expedited foreign credential assessment.
After the announcement of major changes to Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program, Canada’s entertainment industry is speaking out about how the changes will negatively affect the industry.
Chris Alexander, Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister, announced a number of important details about the highly anticipated Express Entry immigration program opening in January of 2015.
At a recent meeting attended by the premiers of Canada’s Western provinces and territories, the political leaders addressed the skilled labour shortage in Western Canada.
Periodically, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC) updates the National Occupation Classification (NOC), which is used to define jobs for many Canadian immigration programs. Changes to this classification can complicate immigration applications for applicants who may not know how to navigate the changes.
The Canadian government recently announced that the CAN+ Visa program will now be open to Indian nationals, expediting travel from India to Canada.
A recent Federal Court ruling on the right of health care for refugees is an important win for new Canadians, reversing the Conservative government's health cuts.
Are you interested in working as a long-haul trucker in Canada? Canada's trucking industry is facing a labour shortage, creating new opportunities for foreign workers in this industry.
A change to the way that the immigration applications of children over the age of 19 will be processed by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) is expected to negatively affect refugees.
In recent months, a group of individuals primarily from Hong Kong have been in the news as a result of their attempt to sue to Canadian government.
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