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Four exams to help you study in Canada

IELTS (International English Language Testing system) is used by the Canadian government, as well as by the governments of Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom, in the process of analyzing immigration applications. The test measures English proficiency and the results are recognized by about 9,000 organizations in the world, ...

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Best Canadian provinces for quality of life

It’s no mistake to say that Canada offers a great quality of life but according to a recent study, this varies depending on where you live in the country. By applying the measurement tools usually used in international classifications, the Centre for the Study of Living Standards showed where the ...

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Useful tips for immigrant entrepreneurs

Canada has a strong entrepreneurship culture and encourages its residents to transform their knowledge and passions into businesses. In British Columbia, for instance, 98 percent of all businesses are operated by very small entrepreneurs. This means that everybody has a chance with the right skills. Here are three useful tips ...

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Nova Scotia hopes to attract more foreigners

Nova Scotia is planning to double the tourism economy in the province from the current $2 billion to $4 billion by 2024. As part of this plan, the province is making efforts to attract more Chinese visitors and has designed marketing strategies in this direction. Canada has an annually market ...

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The advantages of studying in Ontario

Ontario has an international student population of about 140,000 individuals, more than any other Canadian province. It is understandable, considering that Ontario has some of the country’s top colleges and universities, such as the University of Toronto, York University, University of Ottawa, University of Waterloo, or the University of Western ...

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Richest places in Canada

West Vancouver, in the province of British Columbia, is the richest place in Canada at the moment, according to a new ranking. The average household net worth is at a record of $3,510,201. By comparison, the national household net worth is around $400,000. The second in line is Canmore, situated ...

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A quarter of Hamilton’s residents are immigrants

Hamilton, a port city in the Canadian province of Ontario with a population of approximately 500,000 people, is historically known for being a city of immigrants. In fact, almost half of all residents ages 65 and older came from outside Canada. However, overall, the percentage of foreign-born people is 25 ...

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How to immigrate to Canada as a Skilled Worker

Canada’s Federal Skilled Worker immigration category is an economic immigration program that offers internationally trained professionals a chance to apply for permanent residence. Applications are evaluated based on the candidate’s ability to become economically established in Canada. In order to be eligible for a Federal Skilled Worker visa, applicants must: ...

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