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Survey Results says you’ll feel most welcome in Canada

In Canada you can have your cake and eat it too!  According to the findings of a new report which migrants are not only happier in Canada than they were in their home country but they feel safer too.  They also have access to better opportunities and services than they would have in their home countries. According to the newest HSBC Global Survey, expats reported findin…

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Canada will keep raised immigration targets into 2021

Canada is dead set on reaching or exceeding its target of welcoming 1, 3 million migrants and announced that the higher than normal immigration cap will continue into 2021 - a year beyond the original date of 2020. Late last year Canada announced that multi-year immigration level plans will be deployed from 2018 to 2020 in a bid to attract at least 1.3 million new perma…

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Canada has nearly 400,000 vacant jobs and not enough local talent to fill it

One of the outflows of a strong growing economy is job creation.  Canada is doing so well that 400,000 jobs have been created as a direct result of the country’s economic growth.  While more jobs than workers to fill them might sound like a nice problem to have – compared to South Africa’s reversed situation – it could result in the stagnation of the economy and do a lot o…

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Canadian firms investigating using virtual recruiting to find talent anywhere in the world

You might soon be able to attend Canadian job fairs, be interviewed for a job in Canada and even tour your new office through the use of virtual reality – making find a job in Canada so much easier! In what is said to be one of the most exciting new developments in recruiting human capital over 50 employers, including major banks, the Government of Canada, and internati…

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Canada 5th and SA 48th on Forbes Countries for Global Business List

Forbes recently released the outcome of their Global Exchange Index (GEI) which placed Canada in a very strong 5th overall position – improving its standing from last year’s 7th position. The GEI is a tool used by investors, entrepreneurs and global travelers which help them decide where to put their money. Countries are then ranked based on its outcome and it is pretty s…

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Canada is En Route to meet 2018 Immigration Target of 310 000 new Permanent Residents

The most recent Canadian Express Entry draw saw 3500 prospective migrants from all over the world being invited to apply for their Canadian Permanent Residency.  If successful this will mean that they will be able to live and work in Canada. The Express Entry draw, which took place on 19 September, invited applicants with a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System score of …

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Entrepreneurs, ever dreamed about moving to France? No? Well you should

The French Start-up Talent visa is a program that allows foreign nationals, who meet the criteria, to obtain a French visa in as little 60 days! This visa is designed to encourage foreign start-ups to expand their business to France and invites various patrons of the start-up ecosystem to establish themselves in the country. It’s an easier way to get a four-year visa for …

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Top questions and answers about immigrating to Canada

If you are in the process of considering living and working in Canada, you might have a few questions.  It is probably one of the biggest decisions a person can make in their lives and being informed helps you make the best decision for you and your family.  We took a look at the most frequently asked Canada immigration questions. What do I need to live and work in Cana…

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Canada: Some Provinces are Desperately Short of Teachers

Last week the shortage of teachers in some Canadian provinces made headlines when fears were raised that not enough teachers would be available for the start of the new school term.  Canada is now scrambling to fill vacancy and turning to migrants to meet their needs. British Columbia has been particularly hard struck with teacher shortages as districts across the provi…

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Canada: Good News about visa processing times

Waiting is the mother of all frustration – anyone could tell you that and if you are waiting to start a new life of for a close family member to join you, waiting can be extremely demoralizing and stressful too.  Unfortunately waiting is a familiar and unavoidable part of a 100% of all visa applications.  So when we came across a bit of good news about waiting for your Ca…

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