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Top 10 Jobs for Immigrants in Canada

Work – probably the second biggest priority for those planning to immigrate to a new country, second only to the need to secure a place to live. Canada offers a wealth of opportunities in a range of well-paid and highly skilled roles.

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Top 9 Most Ridiculous Drug Trafficking Attempts

In this article you will see some ridiculous drug muling, and find out exactly how much cocaine one can fit into their… body. You’ll also see some of the more cheeky attempts to pass drugs as holy water, attaching them to flying devices, and even hiding them in hair.

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Immigration to Quebec

So, you’re considering migrating to Canada. And you think Montreal is a great Port of Entry. But why is it that new arrivals to Quebec like yourself are moving on to other parts of Canada? Often before they’re even fully settled in the province where they first arrived.

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Ten Proudest Moments in Canadian History

10 Proud Moments in Canadian History From sports and medicine, to music and history, Canada is one of those countries that people are proud to call themselves a citizen of. “Where are you from?” “Oh, I am Canadian”!  We could try to make a list of all the interesting, beautiful, relevant and honorable things that…

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Iranian Immigration to Canada Statistics

Has Canada Turned Back the Clock with Iranian Immigration? To understand the fairly recent history of Iranian migration to Canada, consider this. In 1976, Canada passed the new Immigration Act that created three main categories of immigrants: Family Class Independent Immigrants While these categories have been modified and updated several times since – especially under…

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Top 25 Wealthiest Families in Canada

Who are the top 25 wealthiest families in Canada? The ones with a net worth of billions of dollars? Yes, that would be Canadian dollars, but they’re still very, very rich. And are there many first-generation immigrant families among the top 25 wealthiest families in Canada? The answer to that last question is not many,…

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How Do Canada’s Provincial GDPs Compare with the World?

via Presentation Magazine How do Canada’s provinces stand up on the world economic stage? Can you guess which world economy is the same size as each one of our provinces and territories? They keep telling us that California, for example, is a Top 10 world economy. In fact, it’s number 8 and is the same…

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How to Take the Canadian Citizenship Test

When applying for Canadian citizenship, a key part of the process is the citizenship test you will have to take. If you are between the ages of 18 and 54 when you apply for citizenship you will need to take a citizenship test to prove that you know the rights, responsibilities and privileges of being…

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Where to Live in Canada: Manitoba and Saskatchewan

Manitoba and Saskatchewan Need Immigrants A lot is made of so-called “Middle America.”  If you’re a TV executive or the head of a massive corporation selling products in the United States, chances are marketing to “Middle America” is going to be one of your keys to success.  But what, exactly, is “Middle America?”  Is it…

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Where to Live in Canada: Ontario vs. Nunavut

In a map adjusted for population, Ontario is easily the biggest, while Nunavut is practically minuscule. Which might make for a better home or place to visit for you? Let’s take a look.

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Who is Immigrating to Canada? Skilled Workers

Who is Coming to Canada? In 2013, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) instituted the requirement that applicants to the Foreign Skilled Workers Program (FSWP) had to submit an Educational Credential Assessment (ECA) as part of their application. At World Education Services (WES) they found that credential assessments for overseas clients increased from 16% of total assessments in…

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Canada Mapped by Population

Canada mapped by population. With immigration from around the world—particularly from the Middle East, the Indian subcontinent and Asia— Canada today is currently experiencing a population boom that’s reshaping the country.

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