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Canada Adds 378,000 Jobs In Sept: Newcomer Employment Up 1.7%
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Canada Adds 378,000 Jobs In Sept: Newcomer Employment Up 1.7%

Canadian newcomers are working more hours and securing more full-time employment opportunities as the economy recovers from COVID-19.  According to Statistics Canada’s September Labour Force Survey, employment in Canada grew by 2.1% in September. This brings the Canadian economy within 720,000 jobs from the pre-COVID employment levels seen in February.  The September report surpassed the…

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…

Canadian Immigration Scams Are Getting More Sophisticated
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Canadian Immigration Scams Are Getting More Sophisticated

A recent investigation from the Montreal Gazette has uncovered a sophisticated Canadian immigration scam targeting job seekers.  The scam A representative from a fake Montreal company named Montreal Construction Company would reach out to unsuspecting job seekers. There would then be a prolonged interview process with detailed questions from multiple individuals. The interviewers would appear…