Archive for Category: Canada

Canada marks 20,000 Afghan arrivals with help from partners at home and abroad

Afghan immigrants Settlement

The Government of Canada continues to work hard to resettle at least 40,000 Afghan nationals as quickly and safely as possible, which is one of the largest commitments of its kind in the world.

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Port Of Belledune Announces Plans For Green Hydrogen Plant

Port Of Belledune

Port Belledune Authority CEO and president, Denis Caron, said the $1-billion commercial pilot project will use 200 megawatts of renewable electricity to create hydrogen through electrolysis of water.

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Express Entry draws will return to normal

Express Entry Draws

Express Entry draws will return to normal Canada’s Immigration Minister Sean Fraser has just confirmed on Twitter that Express Entry draws for all programs will resume this Wednesday July 6 after a hiatus of over 18 months. Immigration Refugees and Citizenship...

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Financial assistance now available for Ukrainians in Canada

Canada Financial assistance

These funds will help Ukrainian nationals and their family members meet their basic needs—such as transportation and longer-term housing—as they arrive in communities across Canada and find a job. The benefit will consist of a direct, one-time payment of $3,000 per adult and $1,500 per child (17 years and under).

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Indian companies come to New Brunswick

Indian companies

According to ONB Vice President of Business Development Steve Milbury, the next five years will bring unprecedented growth to New Brunswick, and we need to act now. ICT missions such as NASSCOM's recent ICT mission are important for our immigration efforts and economic growth.

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New pathway to permanent residency for over 90,000 essential temporary workers and international graduates

Pathway to residency

April 14, 2021—Ottawa—Today, the Honourable Marco E. L. Mendicino, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, announced an innovative pathway to permanent residence for over 90,000 essential workers and international graduates who are actively contributing to Canada’s economy.

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New Brunswick Express Entry Stream- Important Notice

New Brunswick Express

The New Brunswick Express Entry Stream is designed for Foreign Nationals with the skills, education and work experience to contribute to New Brunswick’s economy, who are ready to live and work in New Brunswick and meet the requirements for...

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Government of Canada announces plan to support economic recovery through immigration

Economic recovery through immigration

The pandemic has highlighted the contribution of immigrants to the well-being of our communities and across all sectors of the economy. Our health-care system relies on immigrants to keep Canadians safe and healthy. Other industries, such as information technology...

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Working in the Canadian healthcare system-en

Working in the Canadian healthcare system

Due to the high demand of the Atlantic provinces of Canada in the fields related to health, those who want to work in the profession of Personal Support Worker in these provinces can send us their resume at info@swallowimmigration.ca

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Immigrant entrepreneur Approach

Immigrant entrepreneur Approach

Immigrant entrepreneur encourages a ‘Can Do’ approach I moved to Canada 50 years ago and have never looked back. I salute all immigrants and newcomers for their courage to move to a new country and adapt to the environment....

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JUN 12 Webinar

UNB’s courses Webinar

We would like to inform you that the University of New Brunswick is going to have an info session to introduce a few of their short-term educational opportunities which are suitable for entrepreneurs, who are willing to run a business in Canada.

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Education Webinars

Canadian Education Webinar

Please be informed that we are going to have a webinar about the University of New Brunswick's programs for international students and different New Brunswick's immigration programs those graduate students can apply to get their permanent residency.

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New Brunswick’s Seafood