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  • Need to Know Canadian and International Travel Regulations for 2023

    The winter holiday season is traditionally one of, if not the busiest time for travelling in Canada, and throughout most of the world. The increase in traffic during the holiday season has conventionally led to longer wait times for travel and increased complications because of the volume of people … Read more »

  • Global Talent Stream Expansion Will Drive More Immigration to Canada in 2023

    2023 is on track to be a record year for immigration into Canada, according to the plans of the Canadian Government. The 2023-2025 Immigration Levels Plan accounts for increasing levels of immigration into Canada over the next three years. Further, the Canadian Government has recently been focusing … Read more »

  • Canada Expanding Immigration for Skilled Refugees

    Canada prides itself on being a country that welcomes refugees from all over the globe. Canada continues to take an active role in assisting refugees escape various conflicts. In the last year, Canada has resettled more refugees than any other country in the world. Canada’s Commitment to Welcome Ten … Read more »

  • The Labour Market Impact Assessment: Hiring Foreign Workers as a Canadian Employer

    Employers in Canada can look to hire foreign nationals when they have employment shortages or require an employee-specific skill set to do a particular job, when they are unable to find a Canadian who can satisfy the role. For foreign nationals, coming to Canada as a temporary resident with a work p … Read more »

  • More Occupations Now Eligible for Express Entry

    The 2021 National Occupational Classification has been adopted by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. As a result, many aspects of immigration to Canada will be impacted, especially the Provincial Nominee Program and Express Entry. Because the 2021 National Occupational Classification has … Read more »