Canadian Immigration News: September 1, 2017
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One out of eight international students from the Comoros island has received permission from Canada to continue their studies at Cegep de Victoriaville. “At the Cegep de Victoriaville, one always chooses students in programs where the graduates have prospects of employment of 90% and more,” insists the director-general of the establishment, Paul Theriault. “The real problem is that it creates hope unnecessarily,” he added. The students were accepted at the University and given false hope of better higher education in Canada. “If the announced 200 scholarships and that there are only twenty students who are receiving their visa and can continue their approach to academic…personally, I think it’s a fiasco,” concludes the director general of the Cegep. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like the other seven students will be able to attend school in Canada this year but hopefully next year they will be given another chance.
For many tech workers, northern California isn’t quite north enough. Donald Trump’s election victory last November sparked a surge of immigration to Toronto among US-based engineers and tech entrepreneurs. Trump’s win isn’t the only reason Canadian startups are seeing US talent trickle in, Greve Young said. Toronto and Vancouver are becoming powerhouses in the tech world. (They recently placed 9th and 14th, respectively, in Business Insider’s ranking of the world’s most high-tech cities.) “Toronto’s star has been rising,” she said. Silicon Valley may still be the capital of technology and innovation, but it’s becoming less of default for people looking to pursue tech stardom in North America. “The best global tech talent wants to be where they anticipate the best global tech to be emerging,” she said. “And you also see indications that that might not be in the States right now.”
Other Canadian Immigration Stories This Week:
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- Justin Trudeau changes stance on immigration, says no advantage to enter Canada irregularly
- Canada Will Soon Allow Gender-Neutral Passports, Immigration Minister Says
- Deportations on the rise in Canada amid migrant influx
- Immigrants fearing Trump are heading to Canada in droves. But will they be able to stay?
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- Why Haitians are fleeing Trump and marching to Canada
- American tech workers are still flocking to Canadian startups post-election
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- Canada wants to know who is encouraging Haitians to cross the border
- Politics, not economics, sets the limit on Canadian immigration: Don Pittis
- ‘Daddy, let’s go to Canada’: The fearful Haitian march from Trump to Canada
- Fitbit Ionic smart watch to launch new mobile payments service
- Sisters say Immigration Canada’s ranking system is keeping them out of Canada
- Immigration Canada ‘breaking the law,’ when denying some disabled applicants, say legal experts
- A new crisis at Canada’s border tests Justin Trudeau’s compassion
- Entrepreneurial Scotland’s Saltire Scholars head for Canada
- No guarantees asylum seekers in Canada will be successful
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