the publication of The annual number "moving to Canada" has been shifted from June to September. Appointment in three months to discover, our stories, testimonials and tips.
It should be in the booth this week. The pandemic has decided otherwise. The 14th edition of the special issue of The Express, "moving to Canada", was already well advanced when the health crisis struck. The containment and the suspension of international travel we have, of course, forced to delay the publication of this special series, highly anticipated each year by all those who want to emigrate to Canada, whether to study, work, start a business.
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even as he will still have to wait a few weeks before the reopening of the borders, it will have to wait for September before discovering the issue this year, obviously redesigned to take account of the new situation in the field of immigration (for example the redesign of the Program of the quebec experience), of the labour market, or host foreign students in Canada.Your support is essential. Subscribe for $ 1 support Us
immigration, "sustainable value"
In all cases, the candidate at the start can reassure themselves. The immigration minister of Canada has assured recently in an interview with The canadian Press : "The immigration, it is basically people coming together to build a stronger country, and it is a lasting value in which I believe, and I trust that Canadians believe it also". The country to the maple leaf intends to host 341 000 permanent residents in 2020, 351, 000 in 2021 and 361 000 in 2022, a record. Figures released just prior to the containment. An update will be made this autumn.
"This plan met the economic needs before the crisis, but also to the aging of the population, that remains a fact even after the crisis", reminds us of a canadian diplomat. The pandemic has also revealed the severe lack of manpower in the health sector and the key role played by temporary foreign workers in the sectors of agriculture and agro-food processing. On the other hand, the hospitality industry, which was suffering from a shortage of arms before the coronavirus strikes, should not seek to hire, quite the contrary.
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In the edition 2020 of the number "moving to Canada", we will provide an update on the in-demand skills, the regions that recruit, training for the future. You will also learn about a report in the far North, where the French did not hesitate to attempt the adventure, you will follow the daily life of a French became a teacher in Quebec and you will plunge into the busy life of a start-up in Toronto. And many other topics. Appointment to mid-September.