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Canada Starts Reducing Accepting of Asylum Claims

Canada Starts Reducing Accepting of Asylum Claims

Things have started getting out of Canadian government’s hand, and the senior officials have taken the decision to reject more asylum seekers. They’ve already brought down the total number of claims that are accepted as the percentage came down from 53 percent in 2017 to 40 percent in the first quarter of 2018. According to […]

Canadian Immigration Minister to Visit Nigeria

Canadian Immigration Minister to Visit Nigeria

After receiving Nigerian asylum seekers in large amounts, Ahmed Hussen, Canadian immigration minister, plans to visit Nigeria later this month to contain the flow of Nigerians who are walking into Canada by crossing the US – Canada border. The federal government is feeling extremely pressurized as it is unable to irregular crossings of people who […]

Immigrant Entrepreneurs are Canada’s Top Priority

Immigrant Entrepreneurs are Canada’s Top Priority

On March 31, 2018, the Canadian government announced that the federal Start-up Program will be a permanent program in the country’s immigration program. It was first introduced in 2013 but nothing was told about it will be there permanently. Many nations have start-up programs, but Canada’s program is the most unique than all. One viable […]

Canada Successful in Attracting Immigrants to Less Popular Provinces

Canada Successful in Attracting Immigrants to Less Popular Provinces

British Columbia, Ontario, and Quebec gets the highest share of economic immigrants, but because of provincial nominee programs, the tables are changing. The four provinces of Atlantic Canada have always had trouble to retaining immigrants. According to a recently conducted federal research, 76 percent of the immigrants chosen through provincial nominee programs go to provinces […]

Starbucks to Employ Refugees in Canada

Starbucks to Employ Refugees in Canada

Starbucks Canada wants to support the Canadian government settle refugees by providing them employment as baristas in its 150 outlets in Vancouver and Surrey. The retail company will be providing employment to minimum 1,000 refugees by 2022. Starbucks chose the two British Columbian cities as it is the most populated and has the most culturally […]

Canada’s Employment Growth Rate Highest in 10 Years

Canada’s Employment Growth Rate Highest in 10 Years

According to Statistics Canada, tech and health sector employment has grown dramatically in 2017 in Canada among all other sectors. Statistics Canada revealed in its annual market review that Canadian employment increased by 336,500 employees or 1.9 percent, out of which 280,600 were full-time employees, which is the highest increase since 2007. The government agency […]

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