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 […]

Canada Demographics – Accurate ?

Canada Demographics Do not forget to check out my Fun Facts about Canadian Provinces. This is a picture I found a while ago.A funny but accurate representation of the Land, weather and people in each and every province and territory. This is my casual take on it. How accurate do you think this infographic is? […]

Putting Canadians First and Workers from Developing Countries Last

A very thought provoking article raising many questions. What is government of Canada doing with Temporary Foreign Worker Program and how it is effecting Canadians at large. Some Excerpt from the article. To read full article, click at the link below. In 2014, after the media exposure of several cases of Canadian workers affected by […]

Filipino Immigrants: One of largest expanding Community in Canada

Filipino-Canadians are the third-largest Asian Canadian group in Canada after the Indian and Chinese communities. Until 20th Century, Canada had very small population. Most of that population were women who came on work visa to work as nannies and household help. According to the 2011 National Household Survey, there are 662,600 people of Filipino descent […]

Information about Provincial Nominee Programs

  Provincial Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) is an alternative program to the Canadian federal immigration program. With few exceptions all provinces can nominate people to immigrate to Canada. Each province and territory has its own nomination guidelines. They can change without notice. So keep checking there website. I have here listed websites for each of the province. […]


The Canadian Citizenship Act changed in 2014 due to Bill C-24 – Strengthening Canadian Citizenship Act. Here is the announcement. Below chart is listing those changes that took place as the result of this bill. THE CITIZENSHIP ACT CHANGES TO THE ACT Effective to Date The current residency requirements require you to be: Living in Canada for 3 […]

Which countries were involved in war of 1812 ?

Here we will discuss which countries were involved in war of 1812. The war of 1812 was declared by United States of America against British Empire. Why this war was declared is a long debate for some other time but it is enough to say that Americas felt their honor was at stake. One of […]

Newcomers Guide: Important Canadian Government Contacts

You are new in Canada and trying to find your way around here. There are many questions and unknowns. Who do you contact ? Where do you go ? TopTipsClub’s Settlement experts are preparing an online “Newcomers Handbook”. It will be loaded with useful information you will need in order to give yourself a good […]