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CBSA Strike: What It Means for Travel and Trade in Canada

Learn about the potential CBSA strike and its impact on Canadian travel and trade this summer. Stay informed and prepare accordingly. This summer could see significant disruptions at Canadian ports of entry. More than 9,000 members of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) working for the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) have overwhelmingly voted

Canada Introduces New Policy to Support Hong Kong Nationals Awaiting Permanent Residence

Canada Bolsters Support for Hong Kong Nationals with New Immigration Policy Canada has announced a temporary public policy to assist Hong Kong residents already in Canada, further strengthening its commitment as a haven of opportunity and stability. This policy, unveiled on May 7, 2024, is designed to ease the transition for Hong Kong nationals on

Manitoba’s Path to Permanent Residency: New Public Policy Announcement

Canada's Strategic Immigration Plan: Facilitating Permanent Residency in Manitoba In a recent communication, the Honourable Marc Miller, Canada's Minister of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship, outlined a proactive strategy in a letter to Manitoba’s Minister of Immigration and Labour, the Honourable Malaya Marcelino. This plan addresses the significant challenges posed by the upcoming expiration of post-graduation

Become a Canadian Permanent Resident: Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP)

Looking for an alternative path to becoming a Canadian permanent resident? The Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program. Increasingly, starting a new life in Canada and navigating the path to becoming a Canadian permanent resident, can often feel like deciphering a complex puzzle. However, if you are seeking an alternative route to Canadian permanent residence, the Manitoba

Major Changes for International Students applying to study in Canada in 2024

The Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship just announced today that major changes will be made to the International Students permit applications.

Canada to stabilize growth and decrease number of new international student permits issued to approximately 360,000 for 2024

News release January 22, 2024—Ottawa—International students enrich our communities and are a critical part of Canada’s social, cultural and economic fabric. In recent years, the integrity of the international student system has been threatened. Some institutions have significantly increased their intakes to drive revenues, and more students have been arriving in Canada without the proper supports

Canada to Launch Humanitarian Pathway for People Affected by the Conflict in Sudan

2023, December 28 Canada to launch humanitarian pathway for people affected by the conflict in Sudan, Government of Canada, https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/news/2023/12/canada-to-launch-humanitarian-pathway-for-people-affected-by-the-conflict-in-sudan.html News release December 28, 2023—Ottawa—Canada is deeply concerned by the ongoing conflict in Sudan, and for the safety and well-being of the Sudanese people. We continue to support the people of Sudan who are striving

Getting Permanent Residency in Canada – A Step-By-Step Guide

Helping you achieve permanent residency in Canada – a path to a bright new future! Welcome to Canada – the Great White North! With its diverse culture, breathtaking landscapes, and great quality of life, Canada is an excellent choice if you want a fresh start. If you want to live here and build a life

Streamlining Immigration: Express Entry Invitations for Those With Trades Experience

Express Entry invitations for skilled trades – a new chapter of possibilities in Canadian immigration. The Canadian immigration landscape has always been characterized by its adaptability and inclusivity, allowing skilled individuals from around the world to contribute to this country's growth and prosperity. The latest development in this journey is the groundbreaking announcement of the