Canadim’s Weekly Immigration News Roundup

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These are the top stories in Canadian immigration news this week:

CANADA’S IMMIGRATION-FUELED GROWTH AT RISK

Canada continues to be a top destination for immigrants seeking a new country to call home. However, with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic placing temporary restrictions on immigration, Canada’s growth may be at risk. [Read more]

 

HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCATE FEARS HONG KONG CANADIANS MIGHT BE PREVENTED FROM LEAVING

Canadians in Hong Kong may be prevented from leaving the country due to ongoing pro-democracy protests. More than 300,000 Canadians of Hong Kong descent are currently living in China. [Read more]

 

PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM DRAW | BC PNP ISSUES 279 INVITATIONS

On June 2nd, the province of British Columbia held a draw in which it issued a total of 279 invitations to candidates through its Provincial Nominee Program. This is the largest draw that has been held by the BC PNP since March. [Read more]

 

PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM DRAW | ONTARIO IMMIGRANT NOMINEE PROGRAM ISSUES 699 INVITATIONS TO EXPRESS ENTRY CANDIDATES

On June 3rd, the province of Ontario held a draw in which it issued a total of 699 invitations to candidates with Express Entry profiles under its Human Capitals stream. In order to receive an invitation, candidates must also have work experience in one of nine selected occupations. [Read more]

 

PROVINCIAL NOMINEE PROGRAM DRAW | MANITOBA PNP ISSUES 279 INVITATIONS

On June 4th, Manitoba held its 91st Expression of Interest draw in which it issued a total of 124 invitations to candidates through three streams of the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program. [Read more]

 

BC PNP TECH PILOT EXTENDED TO JUNE 2021

The BC PNP Tech Pilot program has been extended to June 2021 and is offering fast-tracked processing times of two to three months for candidates in the tech industry. The pilot project has already seen over 4200 applications processed since its launch in May 2017. [Read more]

 

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