Canada Immigration News

oath of citizenship

Canada’s oath of citizenship now recognizes First Nations, Inuit, and Métis rights

Canada’s Oath of Citizenship officially recognized First Nations, Inuit, and Métis, and the obligation of all citizens to respect the […]

Travel restrictions

New Update: Travel restrictions easing on July 5th

The federal government announced today that fully vaccinated travellers will be able to enter Canada and not need to quarantine. […]

refugees initiatives

Canada will welcome 45.000 refugees this year. Check the new initiatives

Despite the many challenges of the pandemic, Canada will increase the number of refugees coming this year, from 23,500 to […]

Saskatchewan Immigration

Saskatchewan Immigration Issues 255 ITAs in latest PNP draw

This week Saskatchewan immigration conducted a new draw issuing 255 invitations to apply for a provincial nomination. The June 15th […]

travel restrictions

Important Update: Canada extends travel restrictions to July 21

Today, June 18, the Canadian government confirmed it is extending travel restrictions for another month. A phased reopening plan will […]

When will Canada and the U.S. lift border restrictions?

Canadian and U.S. officials have been discussing how to lift pandemic-related border restrictions between the two countries eventually. However, no […]

express entry

Canada invited over 6,900 candidates in the last Express Entry draws

Canada invited a total of 6,940 candidates to apply for Canadian permanent residence (PR) in the last two Express Entry […]

Indigenous people can reclaim traditional names

Indigenous people can now reclaim their traditional names on immigration documents

Minister Mendicino, Minister Bennett and Minister Miller announced today, Monday, June 14, that Indigenous people can now apply to restore […]

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