Guru Immigration Solutions

  • Canada Election 2019: What to expect from the immigration system in the coming years
    The Liberals’ minority victory in the October 21 federal election means Canada’s immigration system will likely remain stable as long as they are able to maintain the confidence of Parliament.  While the Liberals will need to rely on the support of at least one other party to pass legislation through Parliament, which will require negotiation […]... Read more »
  • Canadians return Liberals to power with minority government
    Pour lire cet article en français, cliquez ici. Canadian voters elected a minority Liberal government Monday night, bringing an end to a 40-day election campaign that heard many promises on immigration but never saw it emerge as a top issue. The Liberals won 157 of Canada’s 338 electoral districts but earned just 33.1 per cent […]... Read more »
  • Les libéraux ont été reportés au pouvoir avec un gouvernement minoritaire
    Les électeurs canadiens ont élu un gouvernement libéral minoritaire lundi soir, mettant fin à une campagne électorale de 40 jours. La campagne a donné lieu à de nombreuses promesses sur l’immigration, mais le sujet n’est cependant pas devenu un enjeu majeur. Les libéraux ont remporté 157 des 338 circonscriptions électorales du Canada, mais n’ont obtenu […]... Read more »
  • Saskatchewan holds record draw for Express Entry candidates
    Saskatchewan invited nearly 1,000 Express Entry candidates with specific work experience to apply for a provincial nomination for Canadian permanent residence in the province’s largest-ever Expression of Interest draw. The 986 invitations went to candidates in the federal Express Entry system who had registered a separate profile with the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). The SINP […]... Read more »
  • Quebec announces additional $2.1 million to help companies recruit temporary foreign workers
    Pour lire cet article en français, cliquez ici. The province of Quebec is pledging an additional $2.1 million to assist employers in their efforts to recruit temporary foreign workers. The Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Solidarity and Minister responsible for the Mauricie region, Jean Boulet, announced the funding on October 16. Boulet said the […]... Read more »
  • Le Québec annonce 2,1 millions de dollars supplémentaires pour aider les entreprises à recruter des travailleurs étrangers temporaires
    La province de Québec s’est engagée à verser 2,1 millions de dollars de plus pour aider les employeurs dans leurs efforts de recrutement de travailleurs étrangers temporaires. Le ministre du Travail, de l’Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale et ministre responsable de la région de la Mauricie, M. Jean Boulet, a annoncé cet investissement le 16 […]... Read more »
  • PEI invites 158 Express Entry, Labour Impact and Business Impact candidates in latest draw
    Prince Edward Island issued new invitations to immigration candidates in a draw held October 17. The 158 invitations went to candidates in Prince Edward Island (PEI)’s Express Entry, Labour Impact and Business Impact categories. The 146 candidates invited through the Express Entry and Labour Impact categories can now apply for a nomination for Canadian permanent […]... Read more »
  • Newcomers buy 1 in 5 homes in Canada, Royal Lepage survey finds
    Newcomers represent one in every five homebuyers in Canada and are projected to purchase 680,000 homes over the next five years if immigration levels to the country are maintained, a new survey commissioned by Royal Lepage shows.  The online survey queried 1,500 newcomers who arrived in Canada within the last 10 years. Respondents included immigrants, […]... Read more »
  • New Express Entry draw invites trades candidates with scores as low as 357
    The Government of Canada invited 500 Federal Skilled Trades Class candidates with Comprehensive Ranking Scores as low as 357 to apply for Canadian permanent residence in a new Express Entry draw held October 16. The program-specific draw was the second of 2019 to target candidates in the Federal Skilled Trades Class, which is open to […]... Read more »
  • A perfect scorecard: Canada’s immigrants are faring much better in the labour market
    Immigrant underemployment has been a longstanding challenge in Canada, but recent evidence runs in contrast to the negativity that often surrounds this subject.  While it is true that many immigrants are working below their paygrade, which according to a recent report by the Royal Bank of Canada costs the economy an estimated $50 billion in […]... Read more »