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Canada Adds 290,000 Jobs In May
WORKING IN CANADA

Canada Adds 290,000 Jobs In May

After two months of losses, Canada added 290,000 jobs to the economy, according to a new report from Statistics Canada. The increase in job creation is a welcome change from the losses experienced in March and April that were forecasted to continue throughout the spring.  Combined with the increase in jobs created, and the number…

Without Status, On The Front Lines
OPINION

Without Status, On The Front Lines

Sarah is an orderly at a long-term care facility in Montréal. She has recently recovered from COVID-19 that she likely contracted from her job. Sarah spent eight days in bed with fever and aches in the small Montréal-Nord apartment she shares with her young asthmatic daughter.  Long before the COVID-19 pandemic, Sarah, a Haitian citizen,…

Canada’s Immigration-Fueled Growth At Risk
BREAKING NEWS

Canada’s Immigration-Fueled Growth At Risk

In 2019, the population of Canada grew by 580,000 people. A staggering 80% of that growth can be directly attributed to immigration to Canada. High levels of immigration fuel both Canada’s population and economic growth. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, however, Canada’s strategy of immigration-fueled growth is at risk, says a recent report from RBC…

Fraudulent Study Permit Applications Resulting in Scrutiny From Immigration Officials
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTSLIVING IN CANADA

Fraudulent Study Permit Applications Resulting in Scrutiny From Immigration Officials

Canada has seen year-over-year growth in international student enrollment for the past two decades. An increase in Canadian study visa applications has meant greater rates of disapproval for applicants, even though the absolute number of permits issued has risen each year since 2015. With more candidates competing for study permits, the need to submit a seamless application the first time has never been greater.