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A Tweet Stirs Up Canada’s Immigration Debate

Kellie Leitch, the Canadian firebrand who lost her recent effort to lead the Conservative Party, has ignited a bit of a firestorm with her online sharing of a column about a Syrian refugee who beat his wife with a hockey stick. “A battered wife and a bloodied hockey stick. That’s the legacy of Trudeau’s Syrian
Read more +26 June 2017 By supremesolutions in Canada Immigration

“Immigration continues to be a key ingredient to our economic future” – Immigration Minister

Canada’s Minister of Immigration, Ahmed Hussen, recently reaffirmed the country’s commitment to economic immigration during a wide-ranging address in Toronto, Ontario, where he also touched on how the government plans to continue welcoming immigrants from around the world. “The 2017 300,000 landings plan increased the share of economic admissions from the previous year. This is
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Bill C-6 Has Passed, Giving Immigrants a Smoother Pathway to Canadian Citizenship

Bill C-6, an act amending Canada’s Citizenship Act, has finally received Royal Assent and is now law, benefiting many thousands of immigrants to Canada and their families. Under the new legislation, permanent residents of Canada may apply for citizenship sooner than previously. However, it should be noted that some of the measures contained in the
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Provincial Nominee Program Update: More Immigrants Welcomed by Canada’s Western Provinces

Manitoba, Saskatchewan, British Columbia (BC), and Alberta have all seen significant activity in their Provincial Nominee Programs (PNPs) in recent weeks, as more than 2,500 individuals have either submitted an application for a provincial nomination certificate, or have been invited to do so. The past month has seen the following PNP events take place. After two
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Baseline of 300,000 New Immigrants to Canada Established

Levels of immigration to Canada will not dip below 300,000 new arrivals per year, Canada’s Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, Ahmed Hussen, has confirmed. The period of July 2015 to July 2016 saw a historic high of 320,932 new arrivals to Canada. The target for 2017 has been set at 300,000, a figure Hussen
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