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Prepared by Rosa Edison, Vinay Krishnan, Christopher Samuel ; Edited by Michael Albert on July 6, 2020

Following the coronavirus outbreak, Canada Express Entry ended in the early six months of 2020 by issuing nearly 50000 applications by the immigration council of Canada. First 26 weeks saw nearly 48,600 ITAs being issued by the government, compared to the highest record of 54,507 ITAs, which were issued in the first half of 2017, […]

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Prepared by Rosa Edison, Vinay Krishnan, Christopher Samuel ; Edited by Michael Albert on June 24, 2020

According to a recent survey that was conducted by the World Education Services (WES), most prospective immigrants say that they are more concerned about negative economic impacts in their home country than in Canada.

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Prepared by Rosa Edison, Vinay Krishnan, Christopher Samuel ; Edited by Michael Albert on June 15, 2020

Unemployment has reached record levels, but the Bank of Canada says the economic recovery foundation is now well in place. When areas of the country reopened after the COVID-19 pandemic, Canada’s workforce added 289,600 jobs in May, most of them being full-time jobs. The reopening of the economy of Canada is as provinces and municipalities […]

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Prepared by Rosa Edison, Vinay Krishnan, Christopher Samuel ; Edited by Michael Albert on June 5, 2020

Right now, Canada is perhaps the world’s only open country!
Countries around the world have closed their borders, closed their airports, and imposed a lockdown to fight the deadly coronavirus pandemic.

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Prepared by Rosa Edison, Vinay Krishnan, Christopher Samuel ; Edited by Michael Albert on June 1, 2020

The Government of Quebec is planning to launch an immigration pilot program intended to help solve the coronavirus home care epidemic in the province.

One of two pilots revealed by Immigration Minister Simon Jolin-Barrette on Thursday, 28 May will see 550 Quebec Selection Certificates (CSQs) set aside for orderlies each year.

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Prepared by Rosa Edison, Vinay Krishnan, Christopher Samuel ; Edited by Michael Albert on May 30, 2020

The minimum score for the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) tumbled again to 440 as Canada conducted its latest Express Entry draw aimed at candidates from the Canadian Experience class. On May 28, 3,515 candidates received Invitations to Apply (ITAs) for permanent residence. Minimum scores in the six Canadian Experience Class (CEC) draws which have taken […]

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Prepared by Rosa Edison, Vinay Krishnan, Christopher Samuel; ; Edited by Michael Albert on May 20, 2020

Canada is now accepting applications through a new Agri-Food Immigration Pilot program. The announcement was made on Friday 15 May 2020 by Federal Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino. This three-year agri-food pilot was due to open in March 2020 but was delayed due to coronavirus outbreak. The Pilot focus on addressing labour shortages, particularly in meat […]

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Prepared by Rosa Edison, Vinay Krishnan, Christopher Samuel ; Edited by Michael Albert on May 18, 2020

The minimum score for the Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) fell to 447 as Canada conducted its new Express Entry draw aimed at candidates from the Canadian Experience class. The May 14 draw, revealed on May 15, saw 3,371 candidates receive permanent residence invitations to apply (ITAs). Minimum scores in the five Canadian Experience Class (CEC) […]

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Prepared by Rosa Edison, Vinay Krishnan, Christopher Samuel ; Edited by Michael Albert on May 9, 2020

Manitoba immigration has issued 123 Letters of Advice to Apply through the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program for skilled workers and international graduates. The draw on May 7 saw LAAs emitted through three streams of MPNP. Skilled Workers in Manitoba received 94 LAAs, with the lowest-ranked candidates holding 475 points. 15 LAAs were received by candidates […]

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Prepared by Rosa Edison, Vinay Krishnan, Christopher Samuel ; Edited by Michael Albert on April 30, 2020

Application procedure for the Rural & Northern Immigration Pilot has started for the Sudbury community in Ontario.   The north-eastern city of Ontario will only be targeting the supply and services of mining and tourism sectors initially. Later, applications from candidates already living in Sudbury working in all sectors will be accepted.   Officials have […]

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