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ImmigrationMay 18, 2022

How to improve your CRS score for Express Entry

When you decide to move to Canada, one of the first things you need to do is choose an immigration program that you qualify for. Most newcomers apply for permanent residence (PR) through the Express Entry program or a Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). These programs have simple application processes and [...]

CareerJune 13, 2022

How to get a work permit with International Experience Canada (IEC)

Formative experiences in your youth can influence your future career and personal journey. As a young professional or student, you may want to spend time working abroad to enhance your resume and lived experience outside your home country. The International Experience Canada (IEC) program presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for foreign [...]

Living in Halifax, Nova Scotia as a newcomer to Canada

Choosing a city to settle in is one of the most important decisions you’ll make as a newcomer moving to Canada. Newcomers are often attracted to major cities since they offer a good quality of life, established job markets, cultural diversity, and inclusive environments. Halifax, Nova Scotia checks all these [...]

Living in Winnipeg, Manitoba as a newcomer to Canada

Planning your move to Canada requires tremendous preparation, and choosing a city to settle in is one of the most important decisions you’ll make. With the sixth-highest population in Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba may be on your list of potential places to live in. Winnipeg offers many benefits of metropolitan living, [...]

ImmigrationMay 24, 2022

How to apply for PR under the Canadian Experience Class (CEC) program

Not all newcomers to Canada move here as permanent residents. Despite Canada’s welcoming immigration policies, the competition for most permanent residence (PR) programs is intense, leaving behind many skilled candidates.  If you don’t currently qualify for PR, another alternative is to apply for a work permit or study permit and [...]

Guide to Immigrating to Canada

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ImmigrationFebruary 28, 2022

How to choose an immigration consultant: Moving to Canada

While planning your move to Canada, one of the first steps is to apply to an immigration program. Whether you’re planning to come to Canada as a permanent resident (PR) or temporary resident, such as on a study permit or work permit, the application process can be quite complex and [...]

How to Move to Canada

Watch the Webinar Duration: 1 Hour Each year, hundreds of thousands of newcomers move to Canada to study, work, or settle permanently. The Canadian economy relies on the wealth of skills and experience that newcomers bring, and this is reflected in the immigration targets and policies set by [...]

ImmigrationFebruary 16, 2022

How to get employment reference letters for Canadian immigration

When you apply for immigration to Canada, you’ll be asked to submit several documents to support the information you include in your application. Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) uses these documents to verify your details and determine whether your application should be accepted. If you’re applying for permanent residence [...]

CareerFebruary 8, 2022

Most in-demand jobs in Canada’s Territories: Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Nunavut

Northern Canada comprises three territories: Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Nunavut. Although these cover large expanses of land, each has a relatively small population compared to the other Canadian provinces.  To meet their labour markets’ growing demands, these territories welcome newcomers with skills required for jobs in both traditional and emerging [...]

CareerFebruary 7, 2022

Most in-demand jobs in Prince Edward Island (PEI) for newcomers

The maritime province of Prince Edward Island (PEI) is the smallest province in Canada with the largest potential for growth. Many newcomers are attracted to PEI, thanks to its scenic beaches and the promise of a small-town lifestyle, coupled with the low cost of living and ample career opportunities. Over [...]

ImmigrationJanuary 28, 2022

How to get a Canadian work permit

Many newcomers from around the world come to Canada temporarily to work. There are many advantages to working in Canada, including the opportunity to be part of a global workforce, earn a higher income, and experience life in Canada. Moreover, gaining Canadian work experience also makes it easier for you [...]

ImmigrationJanuary 27, 2022

How to improve your CELPIP score

As a newcomer in Canada, strong English language skills will be key to your ability to thrive in your new home country. In most provinces, except Quebec and New Brunswick, English is the primary language and you’ll need at least intermediate proficiency to be able to adapt to the job [...]

ImmigrationJanuary 25, 2022

Immigrating to Canada: The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot (RNIP)

While Canada welcomes hundreds of thousands of newcomers each year, a vast majority of newcomers settle in larger cities like Toronto, Montreal, and Vancouver. While smaller cities and towns in Canada may not offer a bustling, metropolitan lifestyle, there are many advantages of settling down in these regions, including a [...]

ImmigrationJanuary 20, 2022

How to move to Canada from the U.S.

Each year, thousands of people move to Canada from the United States of America (U.S.) to work, study, or settle down permanently.  In this resource, we look at some of the reasons Canada is an attractive destination, both for U.S. citizens and temporary U.S. residents on an H-1B work visa [...]

CareerJanuary 19, 2022

Most in-demand jobs in Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) for newcomers

Newfoundland and Labrador is the easternmost province in Canada, made up of two areas: the larger mainland region of Labrador and the island region of Newfoundland. As the name ‘Newfoundland’ suggests, the region was the first landing point for many European and Viking explorers who were drawn to the land’s [...]

CareerJanuary 17, 2022

Most in-demand jobs in New Brunswick (NB) for newcomers

As the only officially bilingual province in Canada, New Brunswick attracts both Anglophone and Francophone newcomers from across the world. It is also home to several Indigenous communities, making it truly diverse and multicultural. If you’re planning to settle in New Brunswick, the province periodically invites newcomers with the skills [...]

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