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Prince Edward Island Unveils $25 Million Initiative to Boost Housing Development

Prince Edward Island (PEI) has announced a significant new funding initiative aimed at enhancing housing infrastructure. With over $25 million dedicated to these programs, the province aims to facilitate the development of approximately 700 new residential lots. This substantial investment is designed to provide diverse housing options, reduce costs, and encourage housing developments, thereby creating...

ImmigCanada Real Success Stories
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ImmigCanada Real Success Stories: Turning Dreams into Reality

At ImmigCanada, we believe in transforming dreams into reality through our dedicated immigration consultation services. Our clients’ success stories are the true testament to our expertise and commitment. In this blog, we will share some of the most inspiring journeys of individuals who achieved their Canadian dreams with the help of ImmigCanada. Discover how we...

Affordable Housing Pilot
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Prince Edward Island Launches $10M Affordable Housing Pilot

Prince Edward Island (PEI) is addressing the housing crisis head-on with a significant investment in affordable housing. The province has launched a $10 million pilot program aimed at increasing the availability of permanently affordable rental housing. This initiative, part of the government’s 2024-2025 operating budget, is set to make a substantial impact on the housing...

Yukon Francophonie Day
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Celebrating Yukon Francophonie Day: Honoring French Language and Culture

On May 15, 2024, Yukon celebrated a significant cultural event: Yukon Francophonie Day. Minister John Streicker shared a heartfelt message to mark the occasion, urging all Yukoners to deeply appreciate the French language and Francophone culture that enrich the territory’s diverse history. The Government of Yukon has recognized this important day since 2007, demonstrating a...

Trend of Homeownership
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The Growing Trend of Homeownership Among Immigrant Families in Canada

A recent study by Statistics Canada reveals a noteworthy trend: immigrant families, particularly in major cities, are more likely to co-own homes with their adult children compared to other Canadians. This tendency is most pronounced in high-priced urban areas with significant immigrant populations, such as Toronto and Vancouver. In these cities, over 75% of co-owning...

Citizenship Week
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Celebrating Citizenship Week: Embracing Canadian Identity and Diversity

On May 13, 2024, Canada’s Immigration Minister, Marc Miller, marked the beginning of Citizenship Week. This special week, running from May 13 to 19 invites all Canadians to reflect on their national identity, diversity, and shared rights and responsibilities. It’s a time to celebrate the multicultural tapestry that makes up Canada and recognize the significant...

Canada Immigration Fees
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Canada Immigration Fees Set to Increase for Permanent Residence Applications

In a recent announcement by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), it has been revealed that fees for various permanent residence applications in Canada will undergo an increase effective April 30. This decision comes as part of IRCC’s ongoing efforts to adjust fees to account for inflation, to ensure Canada remains competitive and aligned with...

Second Happiest Country
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Canada Ranks as the Second Happiest Country Among G7 Nations

Canada has once again solidified its position as one of the happiest countries in the world, ranking second among G7 nations in the 2024 World Happiness Report (WHR). This prestigious report, compiled in collaboration between Gallup, the Wellbeing Research Centre at the University of Oxford, the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Solutions Network, and the WHR’s...

Housing and Grocery Accessibility
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Canada’s Bold Measures to Enhance Housing and Grocery Accessibility

In recent developments, Canada has taken significant steps to address the rising cost of living, particularly impacting newcomers. A recent Leger poll conducted for OMNI news revealed that 83% of surveyed newcomers found affordability challenges were making their settlement in Canada more challenging. Statistics Canada further highlighted that over a third of recent newcomers were...