February 23, 2023-Immigration is critical to Canada’s long-term success. To fully harness the potential of immigration and create the best
On January 3rd, 2023, the Honourable Sean Fraser, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship,
Last year Canada welcomed over 405,000 newcomers - the most we’ve ever welcomed in a single year. The Government is continuing that ambition by setting targets in the new levels plan
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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Government of Canada invests $35 million to expand settlement services for newcomers in small towns and rural communities
With New Brunswick moving to Phase 2 on the province’s “Path to Green” last week and
J.D. Irving, Ltd. is among the largest employers across Atlantic Canada and in recent years has been struggling to recruit staff particularly into specific occupations such as truckers and forestry workers.
New Brunswick communities have been recently named by major North American magazines as top places to live and work, a recognition they richly deserve.
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...
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....
We will also continue to implement our plan to increase Francophone immigration outside Quebec while supporting the successful integration and retention of French-speaking newcomers and strengthening Francophone communities.
But the proposed municipal nominee program means small and mid-sized cities like Moncton, Saint John and Fredericton could also have a chance to make similar recommendations.
Colleen Baxter with JDI says 87 percent of those jobs will be filled in Atlantic Canada, with 74 percent in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
Dobbelsteyn says a full report will come back to the council in the spring. He says the results will help the city make informed policy decisions, and in turn, grow the population.
There are many things to do when moving to a new country. It can help to have someone to answer your questions before you even arrive.
Over the last few years, the Atlantic Growth Strategy and the Atlantic Immigration Pilot have helped PEI attract more immigrants and new Canadians.
The organization will deliver settlement services to newcomers before they arrive in Canada
Eleven communities to attract newcomers to support middle-class jobs
To meet the current and future labor market needs, the provincial government of NB has recently released a population growth strategy known as the new beginnings strategy. With it being valid from the years 2019-2024 it also includes a...