Dual Citizenship in Canada

It may be convenient to have several passports, but there may be difficulties too. For instance, you can lose your previous citizenship or become liable for military service. These rules vary by country. According to Statistics Canada, about 945 thousand people (3% of the total population) had multiple citizenships in 2011. Almost 80% of them Read More …

Job Vacancies in Canada Remain at Historic Highs

The Canadian private sector continues to experience a historically high staff shortage. The latest report by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) says that about 433 thousand jobs in the private sector were not filled in the past quarter, which is about 1,500 more than in the Q2 2019, and 15 thousand more than Read More …

Who is New Canadian Immigration Minister, and What To Expect of Him

The new immigration minister will follow the course of the Liberal Party, which means that the level of immigration will increase in the coming years. What else is planned for immigrants? Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appointed Marco Mendicino Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Mendicino is replacing Ahmed Hussen, who was the Read More …

Children of Immigrants Are Better Educated and Earn More Than Those with Canadian-Born Parents

A study by Statistics Canada, which includes data from 2006 to 2016, shows that among teenagers aged 13 to 17 years, immigrant children are more likely to complete post-graduate studies compared to those whose parents were born in Canada. “In Canada, contrary to several European countries, children with an immigrant background are generally more likely Read More …