Canadavisa News Briefs | Early January 2019

CIC News
Published: January 3, 2019

The CanadaVisa News Briefs outline Canadian immigration updates that occurred over the past week.

The CanadaVisa team shares Canadian immigration news across various social media channels, including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+ and LinkedIn. Sign up, follow or like CanadaVisa on of these social media channels to receive the latest Canada immigration updates in your personal feed.

 

• Saskatchewan invites 90 entrepreneur candidates to apply

 

Saskatchewan's Entrepreneur Category is for eligible candidates who would like to establish, acquire or partner in a business that meets specified provincial criteria. >>Read more

 

• BC issues first invitations of 2019

 

The province of British Columbia issued new invitations January 2 to Skills Immigration and Express Entry BC candidates. >>Read more 

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