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Number of international students surge in Toronto

It’s no secret that schools in Toronto are very attractive for foreign students from all over the world, and especially from Asia. In fact, some institutions are promoting themselves overseas by sending recruiters in various countries. This year, more than 8.000 international students are attending classes in Ontario, and 1.250 ...

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Newcomers to Canada are mentored by volunteers

The Referral Partnership Program is a mentorship project funded by the Minister of Employment that aims at helping newcomers to Canada to have a smooth transition and an easy adaptation period. The main objective is to assist fresh immigrants to find a job they are qualified for, which is perhaps ...

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Employment in Canada continues to grow

The latest report published by Statistics Canada casts away any shadow of a doubt regarding the direction that the economy is following. In fact, the job market seems to get better by the month and it grew by nearly 115.000 jobs from December last year to August.  Moreover, the jobless ...

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The Quebec Immigrant Investor Program reopened for applications

Starting from this week, the Quebec Immigrant Investor Program accepts new applications. The program gives wealthy businessmen the chance to obtain Canadian permanent residence by investing CAD $800.000 in the country. Although it’s not accessible to everyone, the program has proven to be one of the most popular immigration programs ...

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Canada added 12.000 jobs in August

Canada’s economy gave a huge surprise on Friday, by adding 12.000 jobs. The number has almost doubled compared to the previous month and is considerably larger than what economists had expected. It’s a clear sign of recovery, after having slowed down for the first half of the year, and it’s ...

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Top ten skills Canadian employers are looking for

Having the right knowledge and experience is not always enough to pass the employment interview, and skills which you would normally not consider relevant for the job might make the difference. Good communication and the ability to work in teams are skills that more and more employers are looking for. ...

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Newer immigrants to Ontario face fewer health risks

Researchers from the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences and Sunnybrook Schulich Heart Centre in Toronto have recently published a study that follows the „healthy-immigrant effect”, which means that new incomers to Canada are generally healthier than long-term residents. In order to prove this rather controversial hypothesis, they used data from ...

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