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Protecting Canadian Citizenship

The Government has introduced a few changes to the Citizenship Act to reinforce the integrity of Canadian citizenship.

Tuesday, 28 October 2014READ MORE

Jason Kenney Believes Alberta Should Attract Permanent Immigrants

Federal Employment Minister Jason Kenney has urged Alberta government to consider taking efforts in drawing new permanent immigrations and training the current unemployed residents. According to Kenney, doing so would help Alberta take care of the serious lack of labour problems in the province.

Tuesday, 21 October 2014READ MORE

Canada Announces New Visitor Visa Program for India and Brazil

The Canada government has launched a new visitor program to attract more visitors from India and Brazil.

Wednesday, 15 October 2014READ MORE

Canadian Business Express Program for Bulgaria and Romania Launched

The Canadian department of Citizenship and Immigration has launched a new Business Express Program (BEP) in Bulgaria and Romania on October 10, 2014, in order to make travelling to Canada easier for businesspersons.

Monday, 13 October 2014READ MORE

Chris Alexander Encourages French-speaking Individuals to Immigrate to Quebec Regions

During discussions between various interested parties, the federal Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, Chris Alexander, has voiced his support for attracting individuals from French-speaking regions to immigrate to Canada. Members who participated in these series of discussions consist of community leaders, immigration advocacy groups, and stakeholders in Winnipeg.

Monday, 29 September 2014READ MORE

New Alberta Premier Jim Prentice Hopes for Future Changes in Temporary Foreign Worker

Alberta's new Premier, Jim Prentice, has expressed his intention to put labour policy, especially the current situation of temporary foreign workers, top of the priority list when he discusses with Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

Monday, 29 September 2014READ MORE

Multiple Entry Visitor Visas now available in Canada

As of February of this year, visitors to Canada will be automatically considered for a Multiple-Entry Visitor Visa. This visa allows visitors to enter Canada for periods of 6 months at a time for up to 10 years without having to reapply each time. In addition, the government processing fees have been reduced from $150 CDN to $100 for each application. These changes were brought about to simplify the application process for applicants, promote tourism and trade, as well as encourage multiple visits to Canada from travelers.

Friday, 26 September 2014READ MORE

Immigration Minister Chris Alexander Addresses Immigration Issue at Thunder Bay

On Monday, September 8, the federal Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, Chris Alexander, has made a speech concerning the issue of attracting foreign workforce in front of the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce at Lakehead University.

Friday, 26 September 2014READ MORE

Canadian Government to Disclose Changes for Nova Scotia PNP This Fall

The parliamentary secretary, Costas Menegakis, has confirmed that information regarding any adjustments in the allocation granted to the Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) will be provided this fall.

Friday, 26 September 2014READ MORE

New Rules on Quebec Investor Program Announced

In an August 27 announcement, the Quebec provincial government's immigration ministry has released new changes regarding applications for a Certificat de selection du Quebec submitted under the province's Investor Program in "a Gazette Officielle du Quebec".

Friday, 12 September 2014READ MORE

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CANADALATEST IMMIGRATION NEWS
Protecting Canadian Citizenship
The Government has introduced a few changes to the Citizenship Act to reinforce the integrity of Canadian citizenship.

Jason Kenney Believes Alberta Should Attract Permanent Immigrants
Federal Employment Minister Jason Kenney has urged Alberta government to consider taking efforts in drawing new permanent immigrations and training the current unemployed residents. According to Kenney, doing so would help Alberta take care of the serious lack of labour problems in the province.

Canada Announces New Visitor Visa Program for India and Brazil
The Canada government has launched a new visitor program to attract more visitors from India and Brazil.

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