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Canadian Immigration News Briefs for Mid-October 2013

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

Canada and US Will Share Information to Fight Foreign Criminals

Canada and the United States will be implementing a new information-sharing system aimed at decreasing the number of foreign criminals and ineligible refugee claimants to both countries. >>Read more…

Workers in US Should be Tapped to Fill Canada’s Labour Shortage, Study Shows

A new study by the Conference Board of Canada, released on Friday, suggests that Canadian employers should look south of their own border to find the workers needed to fill shortages across the country. >>Read more…

Foreign Service Workers, Canadian Government Strike Tentative Deal

A lengthy dispute between some Canadian Foreign Service officials and the Canadian government has finally ended, thanks to a possible new deal between the two parties. >>Read more…

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4 thoughts on “Canadian Immigration News Briefs for Mid-October 2013

  1. ayanojacob

    highly commendable

  2. Paulette Florence Bisso Bisso

    I hope that i will obtain a positive result because Canada is my dream Country, thank you.

  3. atish

    Awesome

  4. Ibrahim

    I love Canada

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