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CareerFeb 14, 2022

The most in-demand jobs in Canada for newcomers

When planning your move to Canada, choosing a province or city to settle in is an important decision. In addition to comparing the quality of life and cost of living in various provinces, most newcomers also explore the job market to determine where their skills and experience are most [...]

From Ghana with love: How food brings people to the table

This article is part of our four-part series on Black History Month. Read Kern Carter's Introduction to Black History Month (don't miss out on his mom's amazing macaroni pie recipe!) Born in Ghana, PK moved to South Africa with his family at five years old, where he lived until he was 15. [...]

ImmigrationFeb 9, 2022

How to immigrate to Canada as a refugee

Canada has a long history of welcoming refugees forced to flee their countries and seek protection elsewhere. Often, refugees have been stripped of their basic human rights and lived in fear of violence and persecution because of their identity, beliefs, religion, or ongoing wars in their home country.  Canada’s refugee [...]

CareerFeb 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 [...]

CareerFeb 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 [...]

ImmigrationJan 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 [...]

ImmigrationJan 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 [...]

ImmigrationJan 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 [...]

ImmigrationJan 24, 2022

How to use ArriveCAN to enter Canada

  Information: Starting October 1, 2022, the Government of Canada has removed all COVID-19 travel requirements, including mandatory use of ArriveCAN, vaccination, and COVID-19 testing requirements for all travellers entering Canada by land, air or sea. Travellers arriving at Toronto Pearson, Vancouver International, and Montreal-Trudeau Airports can still use the optional [...]

StudyingJan 21, 2022

Studying in Canada: Adapting to change and the changing Canadian job market

From an interview with Hsiao-Yuan (Angel) Sun. Hsiao-Yuan Sun (Angel) describes herself as Taiwanese, born in Korea, and raised in China. She studied at a British international school, an American international school, and a Canadian international school where she learned about Canada. In 2018, ten days before the start of [...]

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