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- How to Give Biometrics for Canada Visa Application Processing
In April 2018, the Canadian federal government announced a comprehensive biometrics collection plan for all entrants to Canada. Who Needs to Give Biometrics? As of December 31, 2018, individual applicants, from Asia, Asia Pacific, the Americas, Europe, Middle East and Africas need to provide their b … Read more »
- Canada Joins World’s Largest Trade Pact with 5 Other Countries – As the US Stays Away
Recently, a consortium of 6 countries activated the Comprehensive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP). Brunei, Peru, Chile, Malaysia, Vietnam are also set to ratify the treaty. With Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Japan and Canada in the deal, it now encompasses more than 13.5 … Read more »
- Dual Canadian Citizens – Make Sure Your Canadian Passport is Valid Before You Fly to Canada
Are you a dual Canadian citizen? If yes, then you will need a valid Canadian passport to come to Canada. As per the new entry rules for dual citizenship holders, just holding a non-Canadian passport will not be considered sufficient to board your flight to Canada. When you travel to Canada, you will … Read more »
- Ontario Court awards disputed frozen embryo to ex-wife
In a precedent-setting case, an ex-wife has been allowed to be implanted with a frozen embryo which was purchased by the now-divorced couple. An Ontario Court ruled in S.H. Vs D.H. that the ownership of the embryo was decided from the clauses in the contract which the ex-couple signed. In the pursui … Read more »
- Driving Impaired – Think Twice Before You Get Behind the Wheel
With the holiday season in full swing now, parties are underway everywhere. Avoid consuming alcohol or drugs that can impair your ability to safely operate your vehicle. Avoid drinking unless there is a designated driver to safely drive you home or call a friend, or a taxi or plan to spend the night … Read more »
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