Job search sites in Canada
They say, in Canada, job search is a full time job. To make it easier for you, we compile a list of job searching sites in Canada. በ ካናዳ ስራ ለማፈላልግ ተመራጭ የሆኑ ኣስር ዌብሳይቶችን እንጠቁማችሁ
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It is a long-term, multiple-entry visa for parents and grandparents of permanent residents or Canadian citizens.
The Parent and Grandparent Super Visa (Super Visa) is a temporary resident permit that allows parents and grandparents to stay for up to 2 years in Canada per visit. It is valid for up to 10 years.
A regular multiple-entry visa is also valid for up to 10 years, but only allows stays of up to 6 months per visit.
This visa is for parents and grandparents of permanent residents or Canadian citizens.
The process is different if the parent or grandparent is from a country where a visa is required to enter Canada as a visitor.
Visit IRCC’s website for more information on how to apply for a Super Visa.
They can apply for permanent residence outside Canada.
Important Note: Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has stopped accepting applications for the Parent and Grandparent (PGP) program; they have reached the 2016 cap.
Parent and Grandparent Super Visa – Information about who is eligible for this visa, how to apply, how to extend your stay, and frequently asked questions. From Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.
News Release from Ontario Ministry of Citizenship, Immigration and International Trade
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November 27, 2014
Newcomers’ Global Connections Boost Ontario’s Economy
Ontario is reintroducing it’s first-ever Immigration Act that would, if passed, assist the province in working with Ottawa to maximize the economic benefits of immigration.
Ontario is taking steps to strengthen its role in immigrant selection by introducing legislation today that would, if passed, help meet the province’s future labour market needs and support economic growth.
Building on the government’s Immigration Strategy, the proposed Ontario Immigration Act would, if passed, assist the province in working with the federal government to maximize the social, cultural and economic benefits of immigration by: Continue reading
Ottawa, February 6, 2014 — The Honourable Jason Kenney, Minister for Multiculturalism, issued the following statement after the official launch event for Black History Month at the Canadian War Museum:
“Every February, Canadians mark Black History Month, an important annual celebration of the accomplishments of Canadians who trace their family heritage to Africa and the Caribbean. Continue reading
Canada’s Federal Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, The Honorable Chris Alexander address keynote speech at the Ethnic Press Media Council conference December 2013.
An Ethiopian scholar suggested for a coordinated effort to attract more professional Diaspora volunteers.
Dr. solomon Belay Faris presented an auto ethnographic research on Diaspora Volunteerism and international development in Ethiopia Guyana, and Canada. Solomon’s study examined the extent , challenges and future directions of diaspora volunteerism in the 3 countries Continue reading
To date, the Ontario Bridge Training Program has supported 50,000 highly-skilled immigrants by providing vital services, such as education and skills assessments, clinical or workplace experience, occupation-related language training and exam preparation for professional licensing. Foreign-trained nurses, engineers, accountants, bankers, optometrists and IT specialists are among those getting the support, licensing and certification needed to connect them with jobs in their profession or trade.
Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander today pledged aggressive action to reunite more families in 2014. Alexander also announced that the backlog of Parent and Grandparent (PGP) program applications will be almost 50 percent lower by the end of 2013 than it was just two years ago.
“Our Government is keeping our promise to overcome the massive backlogs we inherited and reunite families faster,” said Alexander. “These numbers represent the highest level of parent and grandparent admissions in nearly two decades and are a clear expression of our commitment to family reunification as a key part of our immigration plan.”
“Our changes will make Canada’s asylum system faster and fairer,”said Minister Kenney.
“For too long, Canada’s generous asylum system has been vulnerable to abuse. Under the new asylum system, genuine refugees fleeing persecution will receive protection more quickly. At the same time, bogus asylum claimants and those who abuse our generous system at great expense to taxpayers, will be removed much faster.”