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Canada’s private sector job vacancy rate reached another record in the first three months of 2019 with the highest number of unfilled jobs reported in Quebec, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business says in a new update.
The federation reports a total of 435,000 jobs sat vacant for at least four months across Canada during the first quarter of 2019, which amounted to a job vacancy rate of 3.3 per cent.
“The national vacancy rate has been steadily climbing for the past two years and it reached another record high last quarter,” said Ted Mallet, vice-president and chief economist of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB).
TORONTO — On Thursday night, when the Toronto Raptors won the N.B.A. championship in Oakland, Calif., the streets of Canada erupted in a patriotic euphoria that I’d never seen before. It was the first time that a Canadian team had made it to the N.B.A. finals, and Yonge Street, in the heart of Toronto, was a multiracial mosh pit. Thousands of people were hugging and chanting, “We the North.”
There were turbans and hijabs and the echoes of diverse accents. Everyone was represented, and everyone was representing.
For weeks now, Canadians have been on the edge of their seats watching the Raptors make their improbable run to the finals. In a very Canadian sort of way, we doubted whether it waseven real. Could we actually win? There is an insecurity to Canadians that came from always being America’s runner-up. “Why is a brother up north better than Jordan / That ain’t get that break,”Jadakiss once rapped — a line that could be applied to all the imprisoned ambitions in Canada.
In 1996, the Manitoba community of Steinbach had a population of 8,478 people, a number that has now almost doubled thanks in large part to the province’s immigrant nominee program.
This and other successes of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program (MPNP) were touted recently in an article by the province’s Minister of Education and Training, Kelvin Goertzen, who represents Steinbach in Manitoba’s Legislative Assembly.
The MPNP became Canada’s first provincial nominee program when it was introduced in 1998 and has brought in more than 130,000 economic immigrants to Manitoba since then.
More than 20 per cent of these immigrants established themselves in smaller, regional communities like Steinbach.
Whether you want to visit Canada for business, pleasure, to transit, or stay with family, you may require a temporary resident visa (Visit Visa). The requirement for a Visa is based upon your country of Citizenship and the type of visit you will be making to Canada. In some cases certain applicants will also now be required to submit their application in person in order to submit their biometric data (fingerprints and photos). Find out if you need to submit biometrics with your application.Most Visit Visas are now issued for up to ten years with multiple entries allowed over a ten year period. With each entry you are allowed to remain in Canada for a maximum of six months on a normal Visit Visa. Currently the Canadian Government fees for a Visit Visa is $100.00 Canadian Dollars.
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Prince Edward Island invited 104 immigration candidates in its Express Entry, Labour Impact and Business Impact categories to apply to the province’s nominee program in a draw held May 16.
The Prince Edward Island Provincial Nominee Program (PEI PNP) allows the province to nominate a set number of economic immigration candidates who match local labour market needs.
Of the 104 invitations issued, a total of 90 went to candidates who have registered an Expression of Interest with the PEI PNP in its Express Entry Category or the various streams of its Labour Impact Category.
The Express Entry Category is linked to the federal Express Entry system, which manages the pool of candidates for Canada’s three Federal High Skilled economic-class immigration categories — the Federal Skilled Worker Class, Federal Skilled Trades Class and Canadian Experience Class.
Eligible candidates for these categories are entered into the Express Entry pool and assigned a ranking score based on factors such as age, education, skilled work experience and proficiency in English or French.
The highest-ranked candidates are invited to apply for Canadian permanent residence through regular draws from the pool.