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Top ten universities in Canada

Once again Canada proves that its educational system can be proudly placed among the best in the world. Ten institutions are included in QS Top Universities’ “World University Rankings for 2015/16” and three of them made the top 50. McGill University in Montreal is number one in Canada and ranked ...

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New Canadians cherish their right to vote

61 percent of the new citizens have already voted in a Canadian election, according to a national survey. The study found that newcomers feel very strongly about voting and consider it as an important milestone in their process of becoming a lawful Canadian citizen. 26 percent of respondents said they ...

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54.000 jobs in IT available nationwide

International Data Corporation estimates that there are 54.000 unfilled IT jobs across the country, a situation that is holding back innovation and Canada’s productivity. Employers in information technology say that the skill gap is not something new, but rather a problem that they have been facing for years. It’s not ...

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Immigration advice for foreign students

A new certification stream was created as a result of the collaboration between several educational institutions and the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council. Through this program, international student officers at this institutions will be trained by immigration consultants so that once they’re fully licensed they can provide advice to ...

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Canada’s highest-paying low-stress jobs

Ever dreamt about a job that pays great, is stress-free and offers an overall positive experience? The good news is that these occupations do exist; the bad news is, though, that not everyone is lucky enough to land such a job. According to a survey by Statistics Canada, more than ...

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British Columbia: students will learn about Asian immigration

As from this year, children from kindergarten to Grade 9 will learn in school about the Asian immigrant experience. The new British Columbia curriculum is an educational experiment with Aboriginal perspectives that includes, among other innovative subjects, the history and legacy of the residential school system and historical experiences of ...

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Plans to create more youth jobs in Canada

There are roughly 170.000 fewer young people working now than before the 2008 recession, which means a youth unemployment rate of 13.1 percent. This could change in the near future, thanks to a program that aims to create more job opportunities for young and inexperienced professionals. The Liberal Party in ...

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