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Apply for, renew or replace a PR card: Who can apply

Aug 2, 2019 ...Apply for, renew or replace a PR card: Who can apply From Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada 1. About the process 2. Who can apply 3. Before you apply 4. How to apply 5. After you apply New permanent residents New permanent residents don’t need to apply for a permanent resident card (PR card). We will send one to you when you immigrate to Canada

Immigration Matters in Thunder Bay, Ontario

Aug 6, 2019 ... that as a physicist, she could save lives. “The moment I realized I could make a difference, I became even more passionate about my research”, she says. “I would like to see this technology fully integrated into clinics across Canada for the benefit of cancer patients everywhere”. Immigration profile: Thunder Bay, Ontario (Census Metropolitan Area) Quick facts: Immigrants

Eligibility to extend your stay as a visitor to Canada (visitor record)

Jul 31, 2019 ... already extended your stay) Changes to impaired driving and cannabis-related crime laws New penalties for impaired driving and cannabis-related crimes may affect your immigration status in Canada. If you commit one of these crimes, you may lose your status and have to leave Canada. Document navigation Next: How to apply

Consulting with Canadians

Aug 21, 2019 ... Advertising/Marketing Agriculture Amendments Animals Children Communication Copyright/Trademarks/Patents Culture Development Economy Economic development Employment Environment Education Exporting/Importing Financial assistance and entitlements Food and drug Finance Foreign affairs Fisheries Government procurement Housing Heritage Human resources Health Immigration

Across Canada – The Metropolis Project | Policy Horizons Canada

Sep 29, 2017 ...Across Canada – The Metropolis Project Immigration affects most aspects of public policy. Consequently, immigration policy issues must be dealt with horizontally, taking into account economic, cultural, health and other perspectives. From its inception the Metropolis Project has addressed this demand, organizing itself as a consortium of nine federal

Annual Report on Official Languages 2017–2018

Aug 13, 2019 ...: the creation of the Francophone Immigration Policy Hub to improve cohesion and harmonization among the department’s various initiatives and contribute to achieving the objectives for Francophone immigration. In particular, this hub developed a Francophone immigration strategy that was announced in 2018–2019 a research symposium in Montreal with representatives

Immigration Matters in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Aug 1, 2019 ..., French Services Coordinator at the Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority, agreed and said that such an event “was missing in Yellowknife. It created a link between the Francophone community and other communities. It gave Francophone and immigrant communities greater visibility because it featured world cultures. He brought the cultural

Immigration Matters in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Aug 7, 2019 ... network or embed it into your site. Transcript: “Immigration Matters in Winnipeg, Manitoba” Video length: 3 minutes, 17 seconds Inspiring music plays throughout. Text displays: “Immigration Matters in Winnipeg, Manitoba” People are walking on a street covered in snow. A close-up shot of Pablo standing in his house. He is smiling. Text displays: “Pablo Listingart

Asylum claims by year – 2019

Aug 15, 2019 ... to the monthly data release schedule. Individuals can make an asylum claim in Canada at a port of entry, at a Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) inland office or an Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) inland office. CBSA or IRCC officials will then determine if an individual is eligible to make an asylum claim. These numbers reflect asylum claim numbers

Immigration Matters in Inuvik, Northwest Territories

Aug 1, 2019 ...#ImmigrationMatters in Inuvik, Northwest Territories The Arctic Food Bank—founded by the Muslim Welfare Centre and staffed by immigrant and Indigenous volunteers—has served hundreds of Inuvik residents since 2015. Tackling food insecurity in Canada’s North Arctic Food Bank It’s not every day that hunger in a small Northwest Territories town catches

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