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Francophone Immigration in Canada

Strengthening Francophone Immigration in Canada: A Comprehensive Post-2023 Plan by IRCC

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is ardently pursuing its goal of achieving a 4.4% target of French-speaking immigrants outside of Quebec by the end of 2023. This commitment is embedded in both the Action Plan for Official Languages 2018-2023 and the Francophone Immigration Strategy launched in 2019. As of September 15, 2022, the proportion...

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Canada Implements New Legislation to Promote Francophone Immigration

Canada has recently passed a groundbreaking law aimed at upholding the significance of the French language within the country. This legislation prioritizes the immigration of Francophone individuals and minorities residing outside Quebec, marking a significant milestone in Canadian language policy. This reform is known as Bill C-13 which introduces provisions into the Official Languages Act...

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...

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Canada Meets Its 2022 Francophone Immigration Target With High Numbers of Immigrants

There has been a significant increase in Canadians who report that French is their first official language, but there has also been a decrease in the number of Canadians who speak French from the year 2016 (22.2%) to the year 2022 (21.4). According to the “Meeting our Objectives: Francophone Immigration Strategy” published by IRCC in...

Canadian PR Visa

Work Smart and Use the Mobilité Francophone route to a Canadian Work Permit and PR

  Is immigrating to Canada easy? Many make the mistake of thinking that Canada immigration is easy for those who are super-qualified, super-skilled, and super-experienced. Well, you don’t have to be a Superman or a Superwoman to immigrate to Canada. Instead, you just need to focus on using all possible programs and streams to qualify...