By CIC News | A total of 26,618 invitations have been issued to Express Entry candidates so far this year
News April, 2020
By Canadian HR Reporter | With temporary foreign workers coming into Canada required to self-isolate for 14 days because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal government is providing additional support to employers through a $50-million investment.
By Chilliwack Progress | The unknowns faced by new immigrants in Canada have multiplied in wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the immigration process hasn’t slowed, officials say.
By Vancouver Sun | Even at the best of times, refugees arrive tired, bewildered and, often, traumatized. But in these worst of times, they are Canada’s most marginalized and most vulnerable. With no friends, no family, no English or French language skills, and little, if any, cultural knowledge, most of them are dependent on settlement … Continued
By HR Reporter | The tech firm’s ambitious plans to hire 1,000 workers serves as a reminder about the challenges — and best practices — when it comes to high-volume hires
By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | Our seventh annual ‘Immigrant Women of Inspiration’ special shines the spotlight on women who are Changemakers – leading voices who have served and continue to serve as an inspiration in so many different fields.
By AMSSA | To support AMSSA members and settlement service providers during the COVID-19 pandemic, AMSSA has created three resources: a living document breaking down the COVID-19 Federal and Provincial subsidies, a Coronavirus Factsheet and a resource to support organizations transitioning to virtual workspaces. You will also find a curated list of useful resources below. … Continued
By CIC News | Canada has expedited the process for employers to hire foreign workers in agriculture, food processing, and trucking occupations
By Canadian Chamber of Commerce | In this section, we highlight public and private sector programs and initiatives across Canada that support businesses and their employees. In some instances, details are still to be announced by government.
By Vancouver Sun | Had Dr. Mehdi Shahsavan stayed in British Columbia, he would be sitting on the sidelines of the COVID-19 epidemic like thousands of foreign-trained doctors, writing letters and signing petitions begging for a chance to work.