The IRCC (Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada) invited 3,500 candidates from healthcare occupations to apply for Permanent Residency in February 2024.
Pearson Test of English (PTE Core) became officially the third English Language Test for Canadian economic migration visa applications approved by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), besides IELTS and CELPIP.
For the businesses looking to expand overseas, the Intra-Company Transfer Program (ICT) can be a strategic solution to help these multinational companies optimize their workforce and enhance their competitive edge.
The Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) tool is a key part of Canada’s Express Entry system for immigration. It’s like a big scoreboard that helps decide who gets a chance to live in Canada permanently.
Ever thought about making Canada your new home as a French-speaking skilled applicant? Do you have good English and French language skills, a minimum of 1 year of skilled work experience abroad or in Canada, and a BA degree? Well, the Express Entry system might be the perfect option for you, and you might not need an employment offer at all!
Amidst a labour shortage crisis, businesses are finding it increasingly challenging to fill positions, especially those that require specialized skills. Hiring foreign talent is one such solution that many businesses are beginning to consider. There are many advantages of hiring foreign workers that extend beyond merely filling labour shortages, such as tapping into a diverse and international talent pool.
With growing labor and skills shortages nationwide, many Canadian employers are struggling to fill jobs that are essential to their operations. The Government of Canada recognizes these challenges and wants to help employers hire the workers they need, while also reducing the ‘red tape’ for employers with a proven track record.
Canada, a vast and diverse nation renowned for its stunning natural landscapes, friendly citizens, and robust economic landscape, has continued to be a prime destination for foreign direct investment (FDI).
Growing concerns about a skilled labour shortage in Canada are our reality, and Alberta is no exception. Canada’s skilled trades labour shortage is getting worse according to a new report which shows that 21% of the current labour force will retire by 2030 and not enough new people are entering the industry to cover these retirements.
High job vacancies and labour shortages are occurring because population aging has accelerated in Canada and the unemployment rate remains near record low. A rise in the number of permanent and temporary immigrants could also represent additional challenges for many regions of the country specifically related to housing infrastructure and other services.