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 …

Job Vacancies in Canada Have Risen to Nearly 600,000

Quebec accounts for almost 70% increase in job vacancies that grow much faster than the employment rate. Job vacancies in Canada rose sharply to 581,600 in Q2 2019 showing an increase of 6.4% compared with the same period of the previous year.  Compared with Q1 2019, the number of job vacancies in Canada increased by Read More …

Reduced Immigration Forces Quebec To Hire More Foreign Workers

The Quebec government has allocated C$55 million to support employers wishing to hire temporary foreign workers. The acute labour shortage in the province is caused by a 20% reduction in immigration. The Coalition for Quebec’s Future (Coalition Avenir Québec) will spend nearly C$55 million on assistance in hiring and integrating temporary workers for provincial enterprises. Read More …

Ontario Has Invited Candidates with Work Experience in Management and Finance

The latest draw in Ontario included candidates employed in 10 occupations, including accountants, nurses, and public relations managers. On August 15, Ontario sent 997 invitations to apply for a permanent residence permit through the Express Entry system. Express Entry applicants who received an invitation should have had work experience in one of 10 occupations and Read More …

New California: Toronto’s Tech Sector Catches Up with Silicon Valley

The Toronto technology sector is on the rise and is currently ahead of similar large North American tech hubs, including Washington, D. C., New York, Austin, and Boston. CBRE, an American commercial real estate services and investment firm, has released the Scoring Tech Talent report that shows that Toronto has become the third largest IT Read More …

Ontario Sent Invitations to IT Candidates

In the new immigration draw, Ontario has given preference to candidates working in information technology (IT) occupations. On August 1, a new Tech Draw was held in Ontario, in which 1,773 invitations were sent to candidates in the Express Entry system. Applicants who received invitations had work experience in one of six in-demand IT occupations Read More …

Canada’s Top 10 Restaurants for 2019

The majority of the best restaurants in Canada specialize in French and Italian cuisine. Recent immigrants sometimes complain about the lack of places to eat in Canada. If you can’t imagine your life without dining out, you should really think about moving to Ontario or Quebec. There you can find Canada’s best restaurants that often Read More …