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Between us, we knew it all along. But now it's confirmed - Canada is the best place in the world!  According to the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Livability Ranking in 2019, Canada was chosen as one of

Canada wants your brains. Well, more specifically, they want your intellect. The Canadian government is endlessly looking for innovative, ambitious, and skilled entrepreneurs who have the skills, knowledge and experience to drive economic growth and create employment

To those of you who have been fantasizing for a long time about picking up sticks and moving to Canada – we know exactly what you need to do. Whether you stumbled on this page by mistake,

Ah, Canada. Bringing families together since… almost forever really. Canada values family unification and has made reuniting families one of the pillars of the Family immigration visa programs. The department of Citizen and Immigration Canada (CIC) presents

Perhaps you might have already heard of Canada, a place of order, peace, and equality. As the second-largest country globally, it requires a constant workforce to maintain its economy and move its people forward. With that said,

The first thing you should know is that in 2019 over 160,000 women immigrated to Canada. According to Statistics Canada population predictions, at this rate Canada should have 11.1 million immigrants by 2031, with over half of them being

For those of you who are in no hurry to leave their country, it is probably best to just wait out the Coronavirus pandemic. However, some of you may not have a choice in the matter. Whether

Canada is well-known for providing stable grounds for immigrants to come and settle in its ever growing economy. One of the most in demand jobs out there is farming – and Canada needs lots of farmers. Did

“Immigration is fundamentally about people coming together to build a stronger country, and that is an enduring value that I believe in, that I have faith in Canadians that they believe in, that we will see endure

International students who wish to study in Canada will need to apply for a Canada student visa. You may also need to obtain a temporary resident visa or an electronic travel authorization (eTA). This will grant you