This is a summary of Canadian immigration news that took place over the past week.
The Government of Canada marked the one-year anniversary of its Global Talent Stream pilot project Tuesday by adding three new Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics occupations to the list of those deemed in-demand by the program.
The Government of Saskatchewan announced that the International Skilled Worker’s Occupations In-Demand sub-category of its Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program is now open for applications. [Read more…]
Express Entry is attracting the high-skilled candidates it was built to attract but improvements to the skills it targets may be necessary, says the official in charge of Canada’s main economic immigration application system.
Prior to the introduction of Canada’s electronic travel authorization, almost anyone from a visa-exempt country could hop on a plane, show their passport or travel documents upon arrival, and be legally admitted to Canada.