B.C. will see a million job openings by 2020 — most within the next three years — and it will be necessary to look beyond Canada’s borders to fill many of them, says the province’s deputy jobs
The Conservatives plan to make it tougher for immigrants to qualify for the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) - a financial aid program for the poorest in the country.
Right now, immigrants need to
Businesses in B.C. and Canada are on the verge of a critical skills shortage that will call for thinking differently about skilled immigrants, the fastest-rising stars in the world's search for top talent
On Tuesday 18th March 2014, Canada's immigration minister Chris Alexander met in Ottawa with the immigration ministers of Canada's provinces and territories to discuss Canada's future immigration policies.
The Government of Quebec has announced new intake caps for its skilled worker, investor, entrepreneur and self employed immigration programs. By enforcing strict limits on application acceptance, Quebec
More people in the UK are working than ever before as employment increased by 105,000, to a new record of 30.2m during the three months through to January, according to figures from the Office for
It was only a few months ago that the Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker Category was announced and listed 200 occupations in demand in Canada that did not require a job offer to qualify.
With a projected shortage of 96,000 workers threatening to hinder the rapid expansion of Alberta’s lucrative oil and gas industry over the next decade, the central Canadian province is crying out for
ON TOP of the 24 job categories under the Federal Skilled Occupancy (FSO) program, the Canadian Embassy on March 6 released 38 job categories under the Nova Scotia Provincial Nominee Program (NSPNP), Pinoy
Today Costas Menegakis, Parliamentary Secretary to Canada's Citizenship and Immigration Minister, recognized winners of the International Qualifications Network Awards (IQN) who devote their time to