New Brunswick Will Hold Two Job Fairs in Kyiv

This November, immigration officers and employers from the Canadian province of New Brunswick will hold two job fairs and an information session in the Ukrainian capital. Registration is open! In November 2019, New Brunswick scheduled two job fairs and an information session in Kyiv: November 20, 2019: an information session November 21 and 22: job Read More …

Immigrant Truck Drivers Get Involved in Fraud Hoping To Get Permanent Residence in Canada

The Canadian Trucking Alliance calls on the federal government to protect immigrant truck drivers from employer abuse. The Canadian Trucking Alliance calls on the Canadian government to deal with unscrupulous employers taking advantage of immigrant workers. This statement followed a publication in Globe and Mail, which claims that immigration consultants and trucking companies in British Read More …

Revealed: Canadian Provinces with the Highest and Lowest University Tuition Fees

In Canada, there is a wide scatter of tuition fees for university programs: in the most expensive province, the cost can be three times higher than in the cheapest one. Fees can also vary depending on the field of study. A new report by Statistics Canada showed that tuition fees have changed significantly in the Read More …

Three Canadian Cities Are Named the Most Livable in the World

The Economist Intelligence Unit, a business within the Economist Group, has presented its yearly list of the most livable cities of the world. The ranking is based on factors such as stability, healthcare, culture, environment, education, and infrastructure. Three Canadian cities have hit the top 10. The Economist Intelligence Unit study covers 140 cities in Read More …

Canadian Telecommunication Authority Has Adopted Internet Code

The Internet Code of Conduct will provide Canadians with additional guarantees against unexpectedly high bills and will help them resolve disputes with Internet service providers. The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has adopted an Internet service providers (ISPs) Code of Conduct to improve the protection of Canadian consumers. The Internet Code will provide Canadians Read More …