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CanadaVisa News Briefs For Mid-November, 2014

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The following is a summary of developments concerning Canadian Citizenship and Immigration that took place since mid-October.

• Canadian Government To Ban Immigrants In Polygamous, Forced Marriages

The Canadian Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, Chris Alexander, has announced that the government will ban people who have taken part in practices that are “incompatible with Canadian values” — such as those in polygamous or forced marriages — from immigrating to Canada. >>Read More

More International Students Coming To Canada

The number of international students choosing to study in Canada at third-level education institutions has increased by 26 per cent since 2012, it has been revealed. >>Read More

Canada’s Jobless Rate Drops To 6.5%

The employment figures for October have shown a decrease in Canada’s national jobless rate, which now stands at 6.5 per cent. This is the lowest rate since November, 2008. >>Read More

Immigration Minister Opens Race Relations Foundation Symposium

A two-day conference hosted by the Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF) began in Ottawa this morning, with federal Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, Chris Alexander, giving the opening address. >>Read More

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4 thoughts on “CanadaVisa News Briefs For Mid-November, 2014

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    chiranjivi dotel

    good morning to all. I want join m this sites for come to work in Canada .

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    Ndjike pierre paulin

    i like canada. i am a young cameroonian i want live and work. i am a primary school teacher by profession please help me to have a visa. i have a good education a good moral i am pleading please help me tank you.

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    amarjit singh

    i m work in Canada.

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    I want Canadian Immigration.

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