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Canada is relying on immigrants for job growth

The number of immigrants with a job grew over the last year, for the second time on record, while the number of Canadian-born workers decreased, according to the latest employment data from Statistics Canada. The report shows that immigration has become the main factor for job growth, due to the ...

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Alberta has the fastest-growing population in Canada

According to Statistics Canada, the population in Alberta grew by 0.4 percent, or 17,883 people, in the first quarter of 2016, and is, once again, the province with the fastest-growing population in the country. Other three provinces closely followed Alberta: Ontario, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan. Immigration was the decisive factor of ...

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The cheapest cities to live in Canada

Everybody knows that Canada is one of the most balanced countries in the world when it comes to the cost of living versus the level of incomes. However, some cities are doing even better than others in terms of affordability. Based on the average price of homes, the average salary, ...

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Immigration in West Canada on the rise

A report on population projections in Canada published almost two years ago was indicating that the west would lead economic and population growth and that immigration would play a major role in this shift. Those projections are already coming true, and the western provinces are, indeed, starting to attract an ...

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British Columbia issues almost two hundred Invitations to Apply

Earlier this month, the Canadian province of British Columbia has issued 194 Invitations to Apply for permanent residence through its Provincial Nominee Program. Two categories were included, the Express Entry British Columbia for International Graduates and the Skills Immigration stream – Express Entry and Semi – Skilled. Both of these ...

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Immigrant children outperforming their Canadian peers

A recent report from Statistics Canada indicates that immigrant children in Canada outperform children with Canadian parents both at school and later on at work. The study found that children with immigrant parents have a high school graduation rate of 91.6 percent, whereas their Canadian-born peers’ rate is slightly lower, ...

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