Immigrant Families are More Affluent Than Canadian-Born

Immigrants earn more money and buy property more often than the Canadian-born, a new survey by Statistics Canada shows. The most recent data released by Statistics Canada shows that immigrant families that have lived in Canada for more than two decades are richer than families of the Canadian-born. Both immigrant families and families of the Read More …

Quebec to Hold a Job Fair in Paris

At the beginning of June, the province of Quebec is organizing a job fair for francophone candidates in Paris. There are three weeks left until the end of the registration period! On June 1–2, the information session (job fair) Journées Québec will be held in Paris (France) for French-speaking candidates willing to immigrate to the Read More …

Saskatchewan Offers C$20,000 Tax Credit to Graduates Who Move There

The government of Saskatchewan is aimed to attract young talents to the province and so is now offering significant incentives to recent graduates. Graduates from Canadian universities face an almost impossible task. Young people should know how to find a job in a high-competition labour market and challenge the high cost of living. The situation Read More …

Saskatchewan Updates In-Demand Occupations List

The list is updated with 13 occupations. Bakers, fitness instructors, accountants, and even milliners are now among them. The province also needs programmers and interactive media developers. You can find the list in this article. Foreign nationals can immigrate to Canada under different programs, including the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). To be eligible for Read More …

Canada Is Planning to Begin Collecting Data on Travelers Leaving Country

Later this year, Canada is set to begin collecting passport data on every person leaving the country by air and land. Canadian authorities will begin collecting data in order to be able to identify and track anyone — from potential terrorists to people lying about their place of residence to receive government benefits. New measures Read More …

Ontario Launches Immigration Stream for IT Specialists and New Pilot Initiative to Support Small Towns

Ontario expands the Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) and is planning to create a new stream for IT specialists, as well as an additional pilot initiative that will help to attract highly skilled immigrants to small towns across the province. These initiatives are among four top-priority immigration-related tasks mentioned in the 2019 Ontario Budget. Additionally, Read More …

Can an Immigrant Hope for a Comfortable Retirement Income in Canada?

What would be your guess about the typical amount of an immigrant retiree’s pension in Canada? C$500 per month? C$1,000? Or maybe more? Canada Pension Plan (CPP) is a social insurance program that provides payments to people making contributions to a special fund, depending on their income. This is one of the three cornerstones of Read More …

Employment in the Public Service for Immigrants in Canada

Do you dream of working for the Government of Canada? You can do it! Foreign-born permanent residents of Canada have the same rights and duties as Canadian citizens, with a few exceptions. This means that immigrants in Canada can be employed in the public services sector, for instance, in federal government agencies, counsels, and committees Read More …