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Canada is a great place to live and work. Canada is ranked as the second-best country in the world behind Germany, from a field of 60 countries for overall sustainability, cultural influence, entrepreneurship, economic influence and most importantly, quality of life. 

If you’re part of the booming Boomer generation, you’ll be happy to know Canada is the 5th best country to grow old in, with our unique old age pension programs and health care system. And if that’s not enough:

  • our economy is the 14th largest, making us one of the wealthiest nations with a consistently high standard of living.
  • our unemployment rates are lower than other countries.
  • we’re major contributors to quantum computing, medical discoveries, space science and technology.
  • we’re one of the most peaceful countries in the world.
  • while other nations continue to debate the issue, we’ve been celebrating inclusivity and same-sex marriages for years.

The Raptors Won, and Canada Learns to Swagger

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.

Minimum score drops again in latest draw from Canada’s Express Entry pool


The Government of Canada invited 3,350 Express Entry candidates to apply for Canadian permanent residence in a draw held May 1. 

The cut-off score in today’s draw was 450, which is one point lower than the minimum score in the previous draw on April 17, which was 451.

This is the fourth time that the cut-off Comprehensive Ranking System (CRS) score has decreased since February 20.

The Express Entry system manages the pool of candidates for Canada’s Federal Skilled Worker ClassFederal Skilled Trades Class and Canadian Experience Class, which are three of Canada’s primary economic immigration categories and together take in the greatest share of economic class immigrants each year.

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.

Immigration, improved labour market participation of Canadians ‘best path’ to future prosperity, new study says


Immigration combined with efforts to improve the participation of under-represented groups in Canada’s labour force is “the best path” for ensuring the country’s economic growth and high living standards over the next 20 years, says a new Conference Board of Canada study.  

Titled Can’t Go It Alone: Immigration is Key to Canada’s Growth Strategy, the study considers a variety of labour force scenarios over the years 2018 to 2040 before arriving at its conclusion.

This 22-year period will see all 9.2 million Canadian baby boomers reach retirement age and demand for Canada’s publicly funded social services reach new heights.

“Nearly one-quarter of the population will be 65 or older in 2040 — compared to 17 per cent today — which means that in the absence of labour force growth solutions, Canada would face even greater pressure to fund the health care that its citizens increasingly rely on in their senior years,” the study says.

While the 11.8 million students leaving Canadian schools between 2018 and 2040 will provide the bulk of the country’s workers and tax base, they will not be enough to make up for the 13.4 million workers who are forecasted to leave the labour force during this period.

The race is now on to apply to Canada’s Parents and Grandparents Program


The Government of Canada has finished issuing invitations to potential sponsors to its Parents and Grandparents Program — and those invited now have less than 60 days to submit a complete application. 

Known as the PGP, the program allows eligible Canadian citizens and permanent residents over the age of 18 to sponsor their parents and/or grandparents for Canadian permanent residence.

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has a target of 20,000 complete applications to the PGP for 2019.

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Numerous road closures in downtown Toronto Sunday for Khalsa Day Parade


To mark the occasion, thousands of Sikhs participated in the Khalsa Day Parade in downtown Toronto, which has grown over the years to become the third-largest parade in Canada, according to organizers of the event.

With that, numerous closures are planned for some of the city’s busiest roads on Sunday along the parade route.

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Ontario provides new details of proposed nominee program changes


Ontario has released new details of proposed changes to a number of key Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program streams. 

The changes touch on existing Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) streams and do not detail the new stream for foreign tech workers or the new smaller communities pilot announced in the province’s 2019 budget last week.

Two changes highlighted in the budget that are detailed are proposed reductions to the minimum investment and net worth thresholds for the OINP’s Entrepreneur Stream and the addition of new occupations to the seven that are currently eligible under the Employer Job Offer: In-Demand Skills Stream.

Ontario is also proposing the termination of its Corporate Stream and minor updates to eligibility requirements for some of the OINP’s more popular immigration pathways, including its Express Entry-linked Human Capital Priorities, French-Speaking Skilled Worker and Skilled Trades streams.

Among other goals, the OINP said the proposed changes are meant “to improve the responsiveness of the OINP to current labour market and employer needs, including supporting regions that do not traditionally see significant levels of immigration.”

All proposed changes would only go into effect after a 45-day public consultation period that ends May 30, 2019.


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