Canada’s Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland released an update on November 30, how the Canadian government will continue to support the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic. Each fall, Canada’s Minister of Finance provides an overview of the country’s economic and financial situation. The 2020 version of this update is of additional importance in light of COVID-19.
Canada is seeking to provide more avenues of permanent residence to foreign nationals who are already in the country. After the announcement that Canada would welcome more than 400,000 immigrants per year over the next three years, Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino told Bloomberg that the federal government would soon announce the matter. The Minister of
Canada is to make a major announcement that will shape the country’s economic trajectory for the years to come. Immigration Minister – Marco Mendicino will unveil Canada’s new immigration levels plan in the coming Friday, which will detail the number of newcomers the country seeks to welcome in 2021. This announcement is generally a standard
Canada is expected to continue increasing immigration levels beyond 2020, despite travel restrictions and the reduction in the number of new permanent residents. Canada’s Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino is not reducing the government’s immigration targets for the next three-year plan to levels, Bloomberg reports. Days before Canada’s lockdown, Mendicino announced that Canada would welcome more
Canada is set to send out 100,000 or more Express Entry invitations in 2020. That would be remarkable, given the negative impact of COVID-19 in Canada and around the world. When travel restrictions were imposed in March 2020 by Canada, Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino announced that the country will target 341,000 new permanent resident admissions
Two major events in the coming month will shape Canada’s immigration system for years to come. The first will be a new mandate letter to be written by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino. This letter will contain Canada’s new immigration priorities and is expected to be released shortly, possibly as early