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Adam Pinsky has a keen interest in all things immigration and has been working in the industry for 11 years.

Newcomers Wishing To Take Canadian Citizenship Test Face Indefinite Delays
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Newcomers Wishing To Take Canadian Citizenship Test Face Indefinite Delays

Permanent residents are pushing IRCC to resume Canadian citizenship tests and interviews that have completely stopped in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some groups are asking for online versions of the test while others are requesting socially distant tests options be made available.  As Canada moves to modernize its immigration system, many are left wondering…

Montreal Ranked No. 2 In North America For Economic Rebound Post COVID-19
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Montreal Ranked No. 2 In North America For Economic Rebound Post COVID-19

Employment in Montreal has only decreased by 5.7% overall when compared to February, making it the second-most economic resilient city in North America.   The new study was conducted by Montréal International (MI), a private-public partnership that receives funding from the private sector, the governments of Canada and Québec, the Montréal Metropolitan Community, and the City…

EXPRESS ENTRY DRAW #162 | ALL-PROGRAM DRAW
EXPRESS ENTRY DRAWS

EXPRESS ENTRY DRAW #162 | ALL-PROGRAM DRAW

4,200 Express Entry candidates have received Invitations to Apply for Canadian permanent residence in the 162nd Express Entry draw on September 2, 2020. Invitations were issued to candidates in all three of the economic immigration streams managed by the Express Entry system, including Federal Skilled Worker (FSW), Federal Skilled Trades (FST), and Canadian Experience Class…

Report: Studying In Canada Improves Newcomer Success In Canadian Labour Market
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Report: Studying In Canada Improves Newcomer Success In Canadian Labour Market

A new study by Statistics Canada highlights the benefits of studying in Canada for newcomers when integrating into the Canadian labour market.  The study looked into persistent overqualification of immigrants versus non-immigrants during 2006 and then again in 2016.  Overqualification in the study is defined as a situation where university degree holders (bachelor’s degree or…