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Immigration and citizenship

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/immigration-citizenship.html

Feb 8, 2020 ...Immigration and citizenship Apply to travel, study, work or immigrate to Canada, apply for citizenship, a permanent resident card or refugee protection, check the status of your application or find a form. Follow: Facebook Twitter YouTube Instagram Tab 1:Hire foreign workers or immigrate to Atlantic Canada through the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Hire foreign

Immigrant-serving organizations

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/corporate/partners-service-providers/immigrant-serving-organizations.html

Jan 24, 2020 ...Immigrant-serving organizations Would you or your organization like to welcome newcomers and help them adjust to life in Canada? Whether you’re part of an organization, community group, or just interested in helping out, there are many ways you can help. Best Practices in Settlement Services This section informs organizations, governments and individuals

Immigration Matters

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/campaigns/immigration-matters.html

Feb 14, 2020 ... participation of the Chinese community. Watch their story #ImmigrationMatters in Charlottetown, PEI PEI may be Canada’s smallest province, but thanks to a chef originally from Switzerland, it’s earning a big name as a food lover’s destination. Read his story #ImmigrationMatters in Chatham-Kent, ON This is a historical example of how Canada was built on immigration

Immigration Matters in Peterborough, Ontario

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/campaigns/immigration-matters/javier-bravo-peterborough-ontario-building-it-up-by-keeping-it-local.html

Feb 14, 2020 ...Immigration Matters in Peterborough, Ontario #ImmigrationMatters in Peterborough, Ontario Javier Bravo, originally from Mexico City, has developed a way to help Peterborough’s downtown businesses thrive. Building it up by keeping it local Javier Bravo has a mission: to build bridges between Peterborough’s businesses and residents to keep the city’s downtown

Offer of employment – Skilled immigrants (Express Entry)

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/immigrate-canada/express-entry/documents/offer-employment.html

May 15, 2019 ...Offer of employment – Skilled immigrants (Express Entry) If you have a job offer (offer of arranged employment), you need to update your Express Entry profile in your account with the : start date employer name and address Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) number (if you have one) National Occupational Classification (NOC) code related to the job Your

Astrid Hepner’s Hamilton Music Collective is creating opportunities for children through the An Instrument for Every Child (AIFEC) program in Hamilton, Ontario

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/campaigns/immigration-matters/astrid-hepner-strikes-chord-hamilton-music-collective-aifec-ontario.html

Feb 14, 2020 ... Hepner with her saxophone. German-born Astrid moved to New York City in the 1990s, playing saxophone and working in the city’s busy recording industry for various companies, including the famous jazz label Blue Note Records. In 2005, she immigrated to Canada, settling in Hamilton with her daughter and her husband Darcy, who teaches music at Mohawk College. “When

Immigration Matters in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/campaigns/immigration-matters/reviving-charlottetown-skating-club-prince-edward-island.html

Feb 14, 2020 ...Immigration Matters in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island #ImmigrationMatters in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island A skating club in Charlottetown on the verge of closing is revived by the enthusiastic participation of the Chinese community. Reviving Charlottetown’s skating club Reviving Charlottetown’s skating club This video is also available in HD

Anaida Deti, CEO of DentalX helps her community by partnering with local Toronto charities and founding Mission KIND

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/campaigns/immigration-matters/anaida-deti-bringing-smiles-community-dentalx-toronto-ontario.html

Feb 14, 2020 ...: Lgh Art Photography Anaida and her husband immigrated to Canada from Albania in 2002, joining family in Toronto. Having interrupted dental studies to make the move, she visited the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Toronto, hoping to find a way to continue. “I left that meeting crying,” says Anaida. “Where I had come from, the system to become

Through Holland College’s Culinary Institute of Canada, Swiss chef Hans Anderegg has helped PEI become a foodie destination by mentoring food professionals and coaching champion teams for the Culinary Olympics.

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/campaigns/immigration-matters/hans-anderegg-making-canada-culinary-champion-charlottetown-prince-edward-island.html

Feb 14, 2020 ... the PEI becoming a major food destination in North America, and almost all of the notable restaurants on the island are staffed by Culinary Institute graduates who have spent at least some time learning from Chef Hans. Immigration profile: Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island Quick facts: Immigrants in Charlottetown represent nearly 10% of the population. China

Dr. Jakub Martinec, Director of Choral Studies at Memorial University of Newfoundland (MUN), founded the Atlantic Boychoir and National Boychoir of Canada.

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/campaigns/immigration-matters/jakub-martinec-finding-new-musical-voices-st-johns-newfoundland-atlantic-boychoir.html

Feb 6, 2020 ... the boys singing together as friends. It’s so much more than just singing and I think the community here appreciates that.” Immigration profile: St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador (Census Metropolitan Area) Quick facts: Immigrants in St. John’s represent 4% of the population. The United Kingdom is the biggest source country of immigrants in St. John’s, followed

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