Winter expedition for newcomers

‘Wintegration’ a Winter expedition for newcomers

A very good read in Toronto Star about Wintegration – Winter expedition for newcomers that was put together by Toronto and Region Conservation Authority in coordination with CultureLink Immigrant Services in Toronto. The “Wintegration Club,” a program run by CultureLink immigrant services, offers one answer: immersion experiences in a Canada even many native-born urban Canadians […]

Fraudulent websites posing as legitimate Alberta employers are appearing on the Internet offering positions in Alberta’s oil patch

Scam Alert: Fraudulent website advertise non-existent jobs in Alberta Oil and Gas

Fraudulent websites posing as legitimate Alberta employers are appearing on the Internet offering positions in Alberta’s oil patch – jobs that do not exist. They are advertising non-existent jobs in some times non-existent Oil and Gas companies and sometimes real companies. A downturn in oil prices means greater competition for work in Alberta and scammers […]

5th Draw of Express Entry – Points Down

5th Draw of Express entry is out and points have further dropped. This is the first draw that selected a portion of candidates without job offers or provincial nominations. We showed in our previous article a graphing representation of the trend across the Express Entry Draws. 5th Draw results were announced officially on March 20, […]

The Paul Yuzyk Award for Multiculturalism 2015

Paul Yuzyk Award eligibility requirement and deadline for 2015

Find out about the eligibility requirements and deadline for the Paul Yuzyk Award and how to nominate an individual, group of individuals, or organization you think deserves to be recognized for exceptional contributions to multiculturalism and the integration of newcomers. The nomination deadline for the 2015 Award is March 31, 2015. The Paul Yuzyk Award […]

Breaking News: Quebec Announces Allocation For Skilled Worker Program

Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP) is due to reopen late this year and Government of Quebec has just announced that it will accept a maximum of 6,300 applications for a Quebec Selection Certificate through its Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP). The current Cycle of application which has already reached its maximum within four months between […]

Canada’s Largest Food Retailer To Sell Ugly Produce At Low Prices To Cut Food Waste

Canada’s Largest Food Retailer Loblaws is going To Sell Ugly Produce At Low Prices To Cut Food Waste. Yes sir you have heard it right Loblaws company Limited operate three stores No Frills, Loblaws and Real Canadian stores in Ontario and Maxi in Quebec. It officially launched a campaign last week to sell misshapen, “ugly” […]

Commonwealth Freedom of Movement Organization launches petition for free movement between Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand

The Commonwealth Freedom of Movement Organization wants to see free movement policies between Canada, the U.K., Australia and New Zealand. (Commonwealth Freedom of Movement Organization). Commonwealth Freedom of Movement Organization have launched a petition in early March and according to their website, one week after its launch it has already collected 24,500 signatures. The link […]

Bribery allegations cost Brother-in-law of Tunisia’s ex-president Canadian refugee status

Bribery allegations cost Brother-in-law of Tunisia’s ex-president Canadian refugee status. Here is the picture of him. This is a great example of how serious Canadian government is when they say “Canadian Citizenship is privilege not a right” about that The Immigration and Refugee Board said it rejected Belhassen Trabelsi’s application after looking at very pressing […]

19 Things You Might Not Know Were Invented in Canada

Although good people of Canada are considered to be quiet, shy and well mannered neighbor of very vocal America but we have a brain of our own. Yes Sir! We are quiet and well mannered but not backward in any way! Beleive it or not but we Canadians are responsible for many of popular things […]