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Immigration Matters in Coquitlam, British Columbia

Aug 7, 2019 ...Immigration Matters in Coquitlam, British Columbia #Immigration Matters in Coquitlam, British Columbia A Serbian immigrant and his enthusiastic group of volunteers gather unsold food for people in need in Coquitlam. Fighting food waste while feeding the community Fighting food waste while feeding the community This video is also available in HD on YouTube

Guide 0118 - Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot

Jan 28, 2020 ...Guide 0118 - Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Table of Contents Before You Apply Eligibility Requirements Step 1. Gather Documents Step 2. Complete the Application Step 3. Pay the Fees Step 4. Mail the Application What Happens Next Need Help? Appendix A – Photo Specifications This is not a legal document. For legal information, refer to the Immigration

Starting a business

Nov 13, 2019 ...Starting a business Starting a business The steps to consider before operating a business in Canada. Follow: Facebook Twitter Most requested Support for business innovation Create a federal corporation Register for a business number Immigrant start-up visas Self-employed immigrants Steps 1. Planning a business Assessing your readiness, choosing a business

Memories of Our Communities - Kouchibouguac National Park

Feb 13, 2020 ...-establish their settlements. The Acadians who eventually settled in what is now Kouchibouguac National Park came from elsewhere in New Brunswick such as Memramcook and the Gaspésie region of Québec. Almost simultaneously, United Empire Loyalists from the United States and immigrants from Scotland, Ireland, England, and elsewhere also arrived; they established

Immigrants and partner groups | Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages

Sep 13, 2018 ...Immigrants and partner groups Cultural diversity and linguistic duality are two fundamental and complementary Canadian values. Canada’s open-mindedness and accommodating nature, which stem from having two linguistic majorities, have helped to promote immigration and diversity in the Canadian population. The vitality of Canada’s English and French linguistic

Grosse Île and the Irish Memorial National Historic Site

Nov 28, 2019 ...Located in the middle of the St. Lawrence River, Grosse île was a quarantine station for the port of Québec from 1832 to 1937. At the time, the island was the main point of entry for immigrants coming to Canada. You will be moved by the story of Grosse Île, which stands in testament to both human tragedy and exceptional dedication. Relive the troubling

Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot: find a job

Jan 30, 2020 ...Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot: find a job 1. About the pilot 2. Who can apply 3. Find a job 4. Apply for community recommendation 5. Apply for permanent residence 6. Work permit (optional) Find a job As a candidate, you must have a genuine job offer to work in 1 of the participating communities. “Genuine job offer” means: the offer must meet

Videos, podcasts, and webinars

Feb 12, 2020 ... leaders who shared their findings and experience on the need for strong essential skills in the skilled trades. Practical and effective strategies were presented to help trainers, advisors, employment counsellors and others to address skills gaps and increase success in technical training, certification and in the workplace. Building success for immigrants

Agri-Food Immigration Pilot: Proof of funds

Jan 30, 2020 ...Agri-Food Immigration Pilot: Proof of funds 1. About the process 2. Eligible industries and occupations 3. Who can apply Settlement funds You must show that you have enough money to support yourself and your family after you get to Canada, unless you’re already working in Canada and your work is authorized. You can’t borrow this money from another person

Immigration Matters in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Aug 7, 2019 ...#Immigration Matters in Winnipeg, Manitoba An immigrant historian is recognized with the Order of Manitoba for her efforts to help preserve Francophone culture in the province. Telling the story of Manitoba’s Francophone community Jacqueline Blay Jacqueline Blay was born in Algeria. She arrived in Manitoba in 1967 to work as a music librarian at a Radio

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