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How Is The Quebec Experience Program Changing: Impact of PEQ Changes

November 14, 2019 / /

The Quebec Experience Program was suspended by CAQ in 2019. In 2018, 10,711 people were accepted into the program with 5,146 of the accepted applicants being post-secondary graduates. The CAQ has stated that the suspension was due to the province being a victim of its own success. In other words, the popularity of the program […]

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Canada’s Election Results: Impact on Immigration

October 28, 2019 /

In this past election 338 seats were open. The results came quickly and was announced on Monday, October, 21, 2019. Full results can be found here. Who Won the Election? The Liberal Party won the most seats, 157, but not enough to secure a majority government which would have required 170. Therefore, they will form […]

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Immigrants Play a Key Role In The Real Estate Market

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The Canadian real estate market can thank the immigrant community for the recent growth in the market. One in five homes sold in Canada is bought by newcomers to the country says the Royal LePage survey. The survey was commissioned by the real estate company to assess the state of the market. The survey defines […]

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Canadian Immigration Scam: Paying for Employment

September 26, 2019 /

Legal immigration at times can seem to be an overwhelming, long and difficult journey. As a result, some people wonder if there might be an easier way. This desire to make the process easier can lead to people being caught in illegal immigration scams which can severally limit their actual chances of immigration. Immigration fraud […]

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Canada Election Roundup: Immigration Stance

September 14, 2019 / /

On October 21, 2019 Canada will hold an election to vote on the new Canadian federal government. As the campaigning begins, it is important to take a look at immigration, which could play a role in this election. While politicians are outlining their stances on immigration there are pleas from Canada’s business community to refrain […]

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3 Canadian Cities Named in Most Livable City 2019 List

September 4, 2019 / /

The Economist Intelligence Unit came out with the most livable cities for 2019. Canada had 3 cities in the top 10 list! Canada was the only country in North America with a top livable city, beating out any city in the United States. The majority of “best place to live” ratings are based on factors such as political […]

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Quebec Passes Bill 9, Cancels 18,000 Immigration Applications

June 25, 2019 /

On June 16, 2019, the Quebec government passed an immigration bill known as Bill 9. Bill 9 allows the government to throw out a backlog of roughly 18,000 skilled immigrant worker applications as the province moves towards a new, merit-based application system. When the bill 9 passed, it upset many immigrants, you’ll find out why. […]

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Canada’s LGBTQ2 Refugee Sponsorship Program Expanding

June 11, 2019 / /

There are still many countries that do not support the LGBTQ2 community which can make it difficult for those to live their life in their own country. Canada has a history of providing a safe haven for those who are vulnerable. Canada has opened its arms to the LGBTQ2 community by providing a type of […]

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Canada Unites Behind Raptors Championship Win

June 6, 2019 /

On June 13, 2019, the Toronto Raptors defeated the Golden State Warriors 114-110, taking home the Raptors’ first NBA win! This past basketball season has seen the Toronto Raptors rise to international renown with their stellar performance in the NBA finals. The wins of Toronto’s basketball team, the Raptors, have captured the nation. Although hockey is the […]

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Taxes in Canada: Top Questions

May 28, 2019 /

Many of the benefits Canada is able to enjoy are funded through the people’s taxes. Canada’s tax system pays for roads, schools, health care, social security, public safety and immigration services for newcomers etc. Filing your first tax return is an important step in your newcomer’s life in Canada. There is a lot of information for people and […]

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