Canadian Immigration News Briefs for Mid-February 2013

CIC News
Published: February 12, 2013

The following is a summary of developments concerning Canadian Citizenship and Immigration that took place or were announced over the last two weeks.

Quebec Amends List of Occupations for Facilitated Labour Market Opinion

The Government of Quebec announced yesterday that its list of occupations for the Facilitated Labour Market Opinion (FLMO) program has been amended. >>Read more...

Proposed Bill Could Strip Terrorists of Canadian Citizenship  

Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Minister Jason Kenney stated that his government would like the power to strip citizenship from Canadians who commit terrorism or acts of war.  >>Read more...

• Vancouver Becomes New Host of TED Talks  

The Canadian city of Vancouver, British Columbia, has been selected as the host of the popular TED Talk series. >>Read more...

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