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Latest Provincial Nominee Program Draws Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, and PEI Issue Nominations

Latest Provincial Nominee Program Draws: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, and PEI Issue Nominations

Recently four Canadian provinces Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, and Prince Edward Island have issued provincial nominations to applicants. Here, we will delve into the details of the latest PNP draw results released between June 10 -16 and shed light on the opportunities they present. Alberta’s Provincial Nominee Program Between May 9 and June 8, Alberta...

Canada’s New Action Plan for Official Languages 2023-2028 Boosting Francophone Immigration

Canada’s New Action Plan for Official Languages 2023-2028: Boosting Francophone Immigration

Canada’s federal government has recently announced its new Action Plan for Official Languages 2023-2028, with an emphasis on boosting Francophone immigration to Canada. The new action plan aims at allocating $1.4 billion over the next five years to promote official languages. This latest investment makes it the largest ever fund provided by the Canadian government...

Newcomers in Canada

Settlement Services for Newcomers in Canada: A Comprehensive Guide

As a newcomers in Canada, it’s definitely daunting to navigate through various settlement services available to assist one through the new life. In 2023, Canada targets to invite 465,000 new immigrants into the country. This influx in the number is essential for the Canadian economy and demography of the world’s second-largest nation. This target seems...

Prince Edward Island PNP Draw

Latest Prince Edward Island PNP Draw Issues Entrepreneur and Express Entry ITAs

On April 20, 2023, the Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program conducted its sixth invitation round of the year. A total of 189 Invitations to Apply (ITA) were issued, including 180 invitations under the Labor & Express Entry stream and 9 invitations with a minimum score of 72 under the Business Work Permit Entrepreneur stream....

Federal Employees

Canadian Federal Employees Announced Strike, Leading to Potential Disruptions in Immigration Services

The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC), a union representing more than 155,000 federal government employees, has announced a strike effective today that will impact most government departments, including Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Strike Overview The PSAC strike is a result of a dispute between the union and the government regarding fair wages,...

Language Test Requirements

Language Test Requirements for Canadian Immigration: Everything You Need to Know

Are you planning to move to Canada and looking to apply for skilled worker immigration programs? Then you must know about the language test requirements for Canadian immigration. Successfully completing a language test is essential to showcase that you qualify for the language requirements of the skilled worker program. Here, we will highlight all the...


Canada Will Invest $200 Billion More in Healthcare Over the Next Decade

Every country has a lively discussion about healthcare. Particularly in Canada, the healthcare system is one of the most frequently discussed. The government funds Canada’s health care system, which is staffed by private organisations. Every doctor in a province manages the insurance claim with the provincial insurer. Private clinics are available in Canada, but they...