Canadian Immigration Policy Seeks More French-Speakers
The Canadian government is planning to increase Francophone immigration. The government believes this move will help the country with its French language capabilities. This plan will also help to protect the cultural identity of Canada, noted Canadian Visa Professionals. This new policy was presented in an action plan for official languages that is to span […]
The Government of Canada is Supporting Canadians in Getting Active
The Canadian Government has shown its commitment to improving the activeness of Canadians from the playground to the podium. The support for sports is getting people moving. At the same time, the incredible support is bringing communities all over Canada together in the spirit of healthy competition. The Government recently announced the offering of $1,179,495 […]
Philanthropists Provide Funding to Help 685 Refugees Immigrate to Canada
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 […]
Canadian Trucking Industry Benefits from South Asian Immigrants
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.
Canada’s Workforce in Better Situation Than US Counterparts
While both Canada and the United States were negatively affected by the 2008 recession, Canada has had much better luck rebounding and improving.
Toyota to Invest $1.4 Billion in Ontario Auto Manufacturing Plants
Toyota recently announced that they plan to invest nearly $1.4 billion in their manufacturing plants in Woodstock and Cambridge
The Best-Managed Businesses in Canada for 2018
Nobody should be surprised by the companies that made Canada’s 2018 Best Managed List. Finding the right employees is key to a company’s success
The Differences in Canadian and American Workplaces
Although Canada and the United States share one of the longest borders in the world, there are some big differences in lifestyles between the citizens of these countries, especially when it comes to the workplace.