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Canada’s immigration

World’s Favorite Immigration Destination—Pilot Programs Key to Canada’s Successful Skilled Immigration Strategy

What’s the biggest difference between Canada’s immigration system and the immigration framework of other developed countries? In one word—stability. Canada’s immigration system is always changing. New programs and streams are being introduced. Provinces are updating the list of their in-demand occupations. Immigration draws are being held all the time and authorities are changing and revising...

Quebec Skilled Worker Program

Pandemic and Crowded Cities—Is the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot a Solution?

Unlike other countries with crazy flip-flops over immigration, Canada knows what it wants—more skilled immigration. However, this emphasis on skilled immigration has meant that immigration has become an urban phenomenon in Canada. As per the 2016 census, 22 percent of Canada’s population are foreign born immigrants. And, 61 percent of all immigrants reside in just...