Monthly Archives: March 2017

Federal Budget Gives Fresh Boost to Foreign Workers Program

The government of Canada has made the announcement that in the next five years it will give more than $270 million beginning from 2017 – 18. After this period it will give $49.8 million with the objective to provide continuous support to the International Mobility Program (IMP) and the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP).

These two programs will enable the absorption of foreign worker in Canada.

Western Provinces in Canada Continue with Active PNPs

The time of March has so far been another bustling one with regards to migration to Canada’s western territories. Late movement among the Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) out west will permit an assorted scope of laborers and graduates to move to a locale that is winding up plainly progressively prominent among new settlers to Canada, with openings for work and high expectations for everyday comforts refered to as explanations behind this pattern.

So far this month, there have been attracts British Columbia (BC) and Manitoba — these regions keep on inviting people and families, both in Canada and abroad, to apply for a commonplace assignment testament. What’s more, Alberta keeps on handling applications through its different streams and classifications. Promote, Saskatchewan presented an application expense for two of its well known worldwide talented specialist streams — a sign that these streams will keep on opening for new applications all through 2017.

Donald Trump Puts Brakes on Illegal Immigration

The first few weeks of Donald Trump administration was surrounded by controversy. President Trump was accused for numerous reasons, prominent among them being his relation with Russia or his tweets about former President Obama.

One of the salient features of Trump administration has been the ban on illegal immigration. After facing lot of oppositions, the ban from Donald Trump has revealed promising results.

Canada Ranked 2nd Best Country in the World

This will sound like an old news, still the excitement is the same, however.

Canada has broken another record. It is something to be proud of, but it has not happened for the first time.

For the second time in a row Canada has been named as the second best country in the world to live in.

the survey was conducted by the US News & World Report and the Great White North was placed at the second position in the list of “Best Countries” this year.

The survey was conducted in collaboration with the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and the Young & Rubicam BAV Consulting.

The perfect 10 score was given to Switzerland which took the number 1 spot and with a score of 9.7, Canada was at the second position.