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Border officials to start sharing data about U.S., Canadian travellers

U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the Canada Border Services Agency will exchange biographic data, travel details, and other border crossing information about U.S. and Canadian citizens travelling between the two countries going forward. Changes part of border security plan introduced by U.S. President Obama and PM Harper in 2011 The new regulations are part …

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Association for New Canadians to receive funding to improve the lives of newcomers as they settle into their new communities

Canada is supporting the Association for New Canadians to help newcomers better integrate into the community by improving employment services. July 11, 2019 ‒ St. John’s, NL ‒ Canada is supporting the Association for New Canadians to help newcomers better integrate into the community by improving employment services. In partnership with Academy Canada, a local …

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Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot Takes Off

Eleven communities to attract newcomers to support middle-class jobs June 14, 2019—Sault Ste. Marie, ON — Eleven rural and northern communities have been selected as part of the new Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot to invite newcomers to make these communities their forever homes. As the Canadian population ages and the birth rate declines, rural Canada’s …

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THE HOME CHILD CARE PROVIDER AND HOME SUPPORT WORKER PILOR PROGRAMS

The Home Child Care Provider and Home Support Worker pilot programs opened for applications on June 18, 2019.   These programs replace the expiring Caring for Children and Caring for People with High Medical Needs pilot, which closed on June 18, 2019.    Those who have applied before June 18, 2019 will still have their applications processed through to …

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NEW RULES CAN AFFECT IMMIGRANTS LIVING AND WORKING IN CANADA: BE AWARE

The government of Canada has recently made significant changes to certain provisions of the Canadian Criminal Code that can affect all temporary residents as well as persons who carry a permanent resident card.  The punishment aspects of the new Impaired Driving laws now include wording wherein someone can be sentenced up to 10 years in …

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DAVID H. DAVIS APPEARANCE ON WINNIPEG FILIPINO RADIO SHOW JANUARY 18TH/19 AT 7:15AM

Mr. Davis is going to appear on the Winnipeg Filipino Radio Show at 7:15am Friday, January 18th, 2019. Please tune in on your AM radio dial at station no. 810 and listen to the Good Morning Philippines Radio Show with chester and donna. Think of Canadian or US immigration questions and ask David live for …

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NEW RULES ANNOUNCED ABOUT SPONSORSHIP OF PARENTS AND GRANDPARENTS

IRCC has just announced today that new rules and procedures for the sponsorship of parents and grandparents will become effective as at 11am CDT on Monday, January 28th, 2019. We encourage all visitors to our web site to make contact with our team immediately so that preparations of a new sponsorship case can be commenced …

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