Canada

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If you are between 25 and 34, Canada wants you!

Canada’s population growth has decreased dramatically. Optimising the population stress is the retirement rate. Globally the population replacement rate is 2 children per woman. In 2020 Canada recorded a low replacement population rate of 1.4 children per woman. This population trend in Canada is a massive focus for bringing in younger skilled people to help fill the gap. …

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Canada’s 490 draw

The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has started 2023 off on a positive note. On the 11th of January, the IRCC held an express entry draw with a whopping 507-point minimum score. A week later the IRCC drop 17 points to a draw of 490. What does this mean for South Africans? Canada has an incredibly high requirement of people for their labour shortage nee…

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Canada’s IEC pool is open for 2023

The International Experience Canada (IEC) program is targeted to young professionals from specific countries to apply for different types of work permits based on their nationality. IEC work permits are for applicants between the age of 18 – 35. As an IEC participant, you can secure a visa through a working holiday permit, young professional permit or international co-op i…

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Engineers join Canada’s Global Talent Stream

The Global Talent Stream (GTS) welcomes an extra 5 professions to increase the pool for more innovative growth for Canada’s labour market. The GTS allows for quicker processing times for the new list of 17 highest in-demand professions. Canada’s Global Skills strategy increases the opportunities for companies that are expanding and need a select type of skilled professiona…

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Canada’s immigration plan for 2023

Canada’s population and economy have thrived through the intake of skilled workers and immigration plans. The new immigration target for 2023 is expected to welcome 465 000 families through the following programs. Express Entry, has a goal to welcome 82 880 newcomers in the year 2023. The express entry will introduce targeted draws. Prior systems are based on scoring enou…

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Canada’s Express Entry WILL change in 2023

Canada currently holds a population of 38,25 million (2021) people. A cause for concern is the ageing population and low birth rates are not going to assist with the replacement of 9 million Canadians that are expected to retire in 2030. The labour shortage system needs to be readjusted; Canada does not have enough younger workforce to replace the positions of those set to…

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Canadian Cities are among the top 100 best cities to live in

The Resonance consultancy raises standards as they specialise in branding for cities, districts and developments. Cities get ranked based on safety, outdoor space, labour force participation, GDP, nightlife, universities, attractions, weather and more. Toronto, Montreal, Calgary, Vancouver and Ottawa made the top 100 cities to live in thanks to the immigrant contributions.…

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Significant Benefit Work Permit (SBWP)

The Significant Benefit Work Permit (SBWP) is available to workers whose employment in Canada will offer a significant benefit. The SBWP is a program designed to speed up the employment permits due to the delays of a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA), in the cultural, economic and health interests. To be eligible for the SBWP a candidate must meet specific considerat…

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Canadian Spousal Routes

An integral aspect of family-class immigration efforts is spousal permits. A partner would be recognised through marriage or common law. Sponsored Spousal permits are divided into 2 subcategories, inland and outland applications. Criteria for these visas are dependent on the sponsors' status in Canada and their financial stance. An inland spousal application refers to a f…

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Intra-Company Transfer to Canada

Securing a work permit for Canada can be challenging. The Intra-Company Transfer (ICT) program was designed to assist businesses that need temporary or specialised skills. Work permits in the ICT program are exempt from needing a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA), however, they will need to be in a managerial, executive or specialised knowledge category. The company …

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