Ousted from its spot as one of the top 10 most important sources of new Canadian permanent residents, South Korea slipped to number 12 during the first six months of this year. COVID-19 and the international travel restrictions that came with it greatly reduced the number of South Koreans who were able to make Canada
Syria remains one of the most important sources of new Canadian permanent residents even during the COVID-19 global pandemic. In the first half of this year, the Middle Eastern country dropped from the seventh to the ninth spot in the rankings of the most important sources of new Canadian permanent residents by country of citizenship.
Google searches on ‘how to move to Canada’ once again spiked in the U.S. during the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden this week. The petty arguments on show, particularly from the incumbent Republican president, left many Americans considering the move north instead of four more years of Trumpian politics. With Trump
Brazil rose up the rankings of most important sources of new Canadian permanent residents during the first half of this year. In 2019, Brazil was in the number 12 spot on that list. By the end of June, the South American country had climbed to number seven as the COVID-19 global pandemic restricted the travel
Ottawa has introduced a temporary public policy to allow visitors to apply for a work permit without needing to leave Canada. The move announced on Monday, August 24, is designed to benefit employers having difficulty finding workers and allow temporary residents to contribute to the COVID-19 economic recovery. Previously, visitors already in Canada when approved
Canada has conducted its second all-program Express Entry draw since the coronavirus crisis took hold in March, issuing Invitations to Apply (ITAs) to 3,900 candidates to bring the total for 2020 over 61,071. The Aug. 5 draw required a minimum Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score of 476, much higher than the most recent of the