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How to Immigrate to Canada by Opening a Franchise

Opening a business in Canada is one of the best ways of immigrating to Canada. But starting a new business from scratch can be incredibly tough. That’s where franchises come in. Opening a franchise instead of a brand new business can be an easier way to getting started in business in Canada, and immigrating to…

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Best Weather in Canada

Canada is notorious for its weather. Google Canada or Canadians and you’ll get memes of Canadians doing crazy things in the deepest snow you’ve ever seen or doing something ridiculous involving ice. Is Canada really the Coldest?

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Landing in Canada – a Guide

To have a stress free landing and settling process in Canada, you need to have knowledge of the basics of living in the country. Each country has its own unique set of requirements and customs that a migrant needs to adhere to for a peaceful landing and settlement. Lack of sufficient knowledge or refusal to…

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Flagpoling Your Way to a New Work or Study Permit, or Permanent Residence

Flagpoling means applying for the renewal of your work (or study) permit by leaving Canada at a border crossing with the USA, and re-entering immediately. The same practice is also used for those seeking to validate their PR status and/or PR visa. In other words, you take a trip “around the flagpole” and re-enter Canada…

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8 Reasons You Shouldn’t Move to Canada

Don’t Come to Canada If…

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Dying Towns: 10 Cities in Canada that Smart Immigrants Avoid

There are two ways to look at towns and cities whose populations are declining. On the one hand, jobs and other economic opportunities are likely scarce if people are leaving the community. On the other hand, there may be some unidentified opportunities for the entrepreneur. Maybe the business venture or discovery that will revitalize the…

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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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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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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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Manitoba’s Waiting For You

By 2020, Manitoba’s own government predicts a shortage of 20,000 skilled workers in the province. And Manitoba is exactly the kind of safe and affordable place where you want to settle and raise a family. Maybe that’s why 15,000 immigrants a year are starting a new life in Manitoba. Manitoba License Plate by Jerry Woody…

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Improving your IELTS English Test Results for Express Entry

Language Requirements are key in any successful Express Entry application. For example, in the FSWP Selection Grid, language proficiency accounts for the largest part of the 100 point total. If you get a good language score, you give a boost to your rankings. In the rest of this article we will review how to improve…

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Where Do the British Live in Canada?

Where do the British Live in Canada? They used to say “The Sun Never Sets on the British Empire.”  If you’ve gone to school anywhere in the Western world—and even if you haven’t—then chances are you know that at one point as much as a fourth of the world was under the control of a…

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