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New Release of Canada’s Rodal Report Reveals Historical Insights
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New Release of Canada’s Rodal Report Reveals Historical Insights

In an unwavering commitment to transparency, the Government of Canada, led by the Honourable Marc Miller, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, has announced the release of the updated Canada’s Rodal Report. Originally crafted to support the Commission of Inquiry on War Criminals in Canada (the Deschênes Commission) in 1985, this latest version discloses previously...

IRCC Introduces Modifications to the Agri-Food Pilot Initiative
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IRCC Introduces Modifications to the Agri-Food Pilot Initiative

The Agri-Food Pilot Program serves as a solution to the labor demands within Canada’s agri-food sector. It offers a route to permanent residency for skilled, non-seasonal workers in specific industries and occupations. Recent Changes to the Agri-Food Pilot Program As of February 10, 2024, significant changes have been introduced to the Agri-Food Pilot Program: Eligibility...

Housing in Canada Insights into the Extended Ban on Foreign Buyers
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Housing in Canada: Insights into the Extended Ban on Foreign Buyers

In the ever-evolving narrative of Canadian real estate, a significant chapter unfolds as the government announces the extension of the ban on foreign home purchasing until the end of 2027. Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland shared this pivotal decision, emphasizing the government’s commitment to ensuring houses in Canada remain homes for its citizens rather than speculative...

Ottawa Addresses Labor Force Challenges While Engaging with Canadian Businesses
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Ottawa Addresses Labor Force Challenges While Engaging with Canadian Businesses

In a bid to address the ongoing labor shortage, Canada’s Immigration Minister, Marc Miller, is spearheading initiatives to reduce the country’s reliance on temporary foreign labor force and international students. However, this move has sparked debates, particularly from business groups arguing that the domestic workforce may not be sufficient to sustain certain sectors of the...

Immigration Inventory
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Canada’s Immigration Inventory Hits 2.22 Million: A Comprehensive Overview

As of January 24, 2024, the latest update from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) sheds light on the country’s immigration inventory, revealing a figure of 2.22 million applications. This extensive inventory encompasses requests for permanent residence, temporary residence, and citizenship approvals. Within this colossal pool, 42.7% of applications surpass the stipulated service standards set...

Protect International Students
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IRCC Update: Introduces Changes to Protect International Students in Canada

Pursuing higher education in Canada is a dream for many international students, drawn by the country’s esteemed institutions. Despite the promising opportunities offered by Canada’s high-quality education system, international students have encountered challenges during their journey. In light of this, Marc Miller, Minister of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship, has announced a series of actions. These...

Canadian Immigration
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Will CRS Scores Decline in 2024 for Canadian Immigration – A Positive Outlook

In the changing landscape of Canadian immigration, 2023 stood out as a transformative year marked by new policies and measures. A pivotal player in the immigration journey, the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS), saw unexpected score highs. However, the hopes for CRS Scores to decline take center stage once again, with many positive shifts that may...

Foreign Workers and Entrepreneurs
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British Columbia PNP Extends Invitations to Foreign Workers and Entrepreneurs

In a remarkable display of commitment to immigration, the British Columbia Provincial Nominee Program (BC PNP) orchestrated consecutive invitation rounds on December 5, 2023. This latest development in BC PNP’s strategy emphasizes the province’s dedication to inclusivity by extending invitations with relatively low scores. Invitation Details: Who Got Invited? The latest BC PNP draws, conducted...

Manitoba Issued 301 Letters of Advice
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Manitoba Issued 301 Letters of Advice (LAAs) in the Latest MPNP Draw

In a significant move on November 16, 2023, Manitoba, through its Expression of Interest (EOI) draws under the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP), extended invitations to a total of 301 immigration candidates. The draw featured both Occupation-specific and All Occupations categories, showcasing Manitoba’s commitment to welcoming skilled individuals. All Occupations Draw – 16 November This...