CanadaVisa News Briefs For Mid-March, 2015

CIC News
Published: March 18, 2015

The following is a summary of developments concerning Canadian Citizenship and Immigration that have taken place since the beginning of this month.

Immigrants' Personal Information May Be Shared Under Proposed Law

The sharing of personal information between government departments for enforcement purposes has been included in a proposed law. >>Read More 

China To Provide 10-year Multiple Entry Visas To Canadians 

The government of Canada has announced that it has reached an agreement with Beijing whereby Canadians will be allowed 10-year multiple entry visas into China for business, family or tourist purposes. >>Read More 

Foreign Workers made up less than two percent of Canadian workforce between 2002 and 2012

The Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) has reported that foreign workers made up less than two percent of the overall labour force in Canada between the years 2002 and 2012, inclusive. >>Read More 

Hamilton Outlines Immigration Strategy At United Nations Meeting

The Canadian city of Hamilton, situated south of Toronto on the shore of Lake Ontario, was the only Canadian city represented among global metropolises talking about their immigration strategies at a recent meeting hosted by the United Nations in New York City. >>Read More 

Quebec Allocates 6,300 Places For Skilled Worker Program

The government of Quebec has announced that it will receive a maximum of 6,300 applications for a Quebec Selection Certificate through its Quebec Skilled Worker Program, which is due to reopen later this year.  >>Read More 

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