Marco Mendicino, Canada’s federal Minister of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship, has announced a plan to fight against Canada’s demographic dilemma. More than nine million baby boomers will be at retirement age over the next ten years, which will create a labor shortage. If the challenges are not considered, healthcare costs could rise, pension payments will […]
Over one-third of Canada’s 181,000 truck drivers are immigrants, and the majority of them are from India and speak Punjabi, according to Statistics Canada’s National Household Survey. A new organization, North American Punjabi Trucking Association, is proof of the group’s growing heft. Based in California, NAPTA trains new members on new technology and regulations, and […]
The clean-energy field in Canada is expanding more quickly than the economy in its entirety. Other well-known industries are feeling the pressure of finding skilled workers due to the growth. A think-tank at Simon Fraser University, Clean Energy Canada, released a study showing a picture of the industry that people do not know much about. […]
Once again, several universities in Canada ranked high on the list as the best universities in the world. The University of Toronto, noted as the birthplace of stem cell and insulin research, was ranked 21st on the list. It is commonly listed in several publications as the number one Canadian university. The second Canadian institution […]
Even though Canada and the U.S. are neighboring countries, there are some major differences in how these two countries operate their work days. Watch the full video of Canadian Visa Professionals:
Nearly $3.5 million was donated by philanthropists in Canada and the U.S. to help community groups cover the cost of sponsorship. Thanks to the generous donations, 685 refugees will arrive in Canada by the end of the year, and 37 of those will reside in British Columbia. They are a part of the Blended Visa […]
While Canada and the United States share a continent, there are many differences in the countries, especially in how they run their businesses. Watch the full video:
Out of the nearly 181,000 truckers, two percent of them in the nation in 1996 were South Asian immigrants, and in 2016, 18 percent are from South Asia.