On October 13, 2021, the Quebec.ca website presented information on the Foreign Student Program.
All of the information regarding the Program is available in the ‘Period of study in Quebec’ section of the Quebec government’s website.
In this new section, candidates who wish to apply for temporary selection for studies in order to come and stay in Quebec will find useful information.
In addition, prospective applicants are now able to submit a comment about the content at the bottom of the pages.
#Quebec, #Study_in_Quebec, #Foreign_Student_Program
October 15, 2021
New Brunswick will hold 3 virtual international recruitment events in the last quarter of 2021.
Currently, New Brunswick’s employers are recruiting in the transportation, poultry, and forestry sectors.
International candidates who have experience in one of these sectors are encouraged to get registered to receive an invitation to work in the province.
In order to participate in the events, applicants must prepare the following documents: the photo page of the applicant’s current passport, visa for applicant’s current country of legal residence if it is not country of citizenship, language test results, ECA report, CV, and applicant’s spouse's CV (optional).
#New_Brunswick, #Job_fair, #recruitment_event, #NB
October 14, 2021
The US Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas announced that the US – Canada land borders will re-open for non-essential travel in November 2021.
Although the full details of the reopening plan have not been revealed, it is expected that the US government will allow all fully vaccinated travellers who have received any World Health Organization (WHO) approved vaccine to enter the country.
This means fully vaccinated Canadians will be able to travel by land to the US presenting proof of vaccination documentation, without submitting negative COVID-19 tests.
#US, #US_Canada_border, #borders, #tourism, #WHO, #COVID_19
October 14, 2021
Due to the pandemic, the sharp decrease in the numbers of new immigrants has exacerbated the shortage of skilled workers in Canada.
Recently, the Royal Bank of Canada released a report that pointed out that if Canadian employers and policymakers do not make changes, the shortage of skilled workers will continue to worsen in the next decade.
The immigration trend in Canada always follows the demand of the labour market.
The report stated that before the pandemic, Canada had been working hard to maintain a stable flow of skilled workers in the labour market.
#Labour_shortage, #economy, #Skilled_workers
October 12, 2021