Stephan Kasabian

New work permit option available in Canada

An exciting opportunity for French-speaking or bilingual skilled workers to relocate to Canada has emerged this week, with the launching of a new work permit option. Mobilité Francophone, part of the International Mobility Program, has been designed to facilitate the hiring process for employers in certain regions of Canada who …

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Renewable energy creates thousands of jobs in Canada

By 2030, renewable energy could create more than 24-million jobs worldwide, according to a report recently published by the International Renewable Energy Agency. At the moment, Canada ranks seventh on a globally scale based on the number of people employed in the renewable energy sector. Over the past five years, …

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Banks in Canada see immigrants as potential business

Immigration accounts for about two-thirds of Canada’s population increase. In 2015, the country welcomed 271,662 new permanent residents, in addition to hundreds of thousands of temporary workers and international students. Under these circumstances, it is no surprise that banks in Canada see immigration as a big potential business. Many of …

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Chinese students coming to Canada at younger age

The average age of Chinese scholars studying in Canada is decreasing notably as more elementary and middle school pupils are enrolling in Canadian school. A recent report based on immigration data shows that 37 percent of all study permits and visas filed at the Canadian Embassy in China in 2015 …

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Growing demand for Canada’s Start-Up Visa Program

As of this month, 51 entrepreneurs have become permanent residents in Canada, and an additional 50 applications are still in process, through the Start-up Visa Program. The immigration program aims to recruit international innovative entrepreneurs and encourage them to develop their businesses in Canada. They can receive guidance and funding …

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