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Month: July 2012

Alberta Expands Foreign Worker Program

Alberta’s Temporary Foreign Worker (TFW) pilot project has expanded to include more occupations, effective July 16. Alberta faces the largest labor shortage in the country and expanding the project will make it easier for employers to fill positions in high-demand occupations. Some government estimates suggest Alberta could be short as many as 100,000 workers. Originally …

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Canada U.S. Border Share Information

According to recently declassified briefing notes obtained by the Canadian Press, the CIC will begin sharing biometric data of travelers with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. They will begin regularly sharing this information by 2014. Earlier this year the CIC implemented new regulations requiring certain visa applicants to provide biometric data on visa applications. …

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More than 500,000 Visitor Visas Issued by Canada

Canada welcomes people from various countries as students, temporary workers, and tourists, apart from allowing citizens from other countries to become permanent residents and citizens of Canada. More than 35 million people are found to visit Canada every year. Canada has seen a record number of visitor visas, this year. It has issued over 500,000 …

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Canada Day Celebrated With New Canadian Citizens

The freedom and the rights of the Canadians is celebrated on the Canada Day. The history of Canada, people, events and values which give an identity to the Canadians are well thought of on this day. Special citizenship ceremonies were organized to celebrate the Canada Day. The special ceremonies show the collective heritage of Canada …

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