Canada Immigration: Obtaining a provincial nomination might help you get permanent status in Canada. This week, British Columbia, Quebec, Manitoba, and Prince Edward Island sent invitations for applicants to apply through provincial immigration programmes (PNPs), according to CIC news. Except for Quebec and Nunavut, the majority of Canadian provinces andContinue Reading

The Métis Nation of Saskatchewan will receive almost $3 million under the Early Learning and Child Care Innovation programme for its Miyo Kiskinahamatowin ashi Sitokatowin: Awasisak Program Teaching and Supporting our Children initiative. This initiative aims to increase parents’ knowledge, language, and Métis and First Nation cultural awareness in orderContinue Reading

OTTAWA, Canada – Canadian MPs are expected to vote on altering the country’s Criminal Code on Thursday, allowing for the prosecution of crimes committed on the Moon. A 443-page budget implementation bill presented to Parliament this week detailed the proposed modification to the legislation, which is anticipated to pass. OttawaContinue Reading

As the country recovers from the COVID-19 outbreak, the Canadian government has proposed additional steps to alleviate the labour shortage. According to a press release from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), immigration is more vital than ever before in helping companies fill hundreds of thousands of positions throughout theContinue Reading

The government has just announced important revisions for foreign graduates and eligible individuals contending for employment and permanent residency in Canada, which is great news for international students navigating immigration in Canada. In a statement issued on April 22, 2022, Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) announced that post-graduation workContinue Reading

Following rising calls for their resignations over the government’s handling of a fatal COVID-19 outbreak at a Montreal long-term care facility, a pair of Quebec cabinet ministers will not seek re-election in the autumn. After media sources reported earlier in the day that Seniors Minister Marguerite Blais will not runContinue Reading