24.03.2016

Prince George is situated in the heart of British Columbia, 775 Kms North of Vancouver. Prince Georgians assure it is actually a part of Northern BC which is still a debatable issue even it is characterized as Gateway to the North. The City is unfortunately known for its strong smell of pulp fibers that comes from mills sharing “The Bowl” at the convergence of the Nechako and Fraser river valleys and “The Bowl” is home to the majority of city’s population but the City is struggling towards “big”, but inelegantly bearing the duel problem of industrial development and organized crime.

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17.03.2016

Practically the countries are divided into two spheres one being developed is dependent on the other for health care services providers resulting in win-win situations for both. Practical Nursing provides students with skills and theory to practice in acute care, intermediate care, continuing care, extended care and community care in healthcare services.

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17.03.2016

The Site-C Dam is the most expensive and largest industrial project for clean energy ever planned for British Columbia. As the natural resources sector is witnessing difficult times, the project will create and provide attractive opportunities for job-seekers as well as business and is started with the main aim of providing long term clean energy solutions for ever growing population and economy of British Columbia. Following are the few out of numerous factors favoring Fort St. John from International Graduates and Immigration point of view:

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17.03.2016

Selkirk College is a first community college in British Columbia which is located in the Kootenays, a spectacular region of rivers, lakes, waterfalls, beaches, mineral hot springs, alpine meadows and snow-capped mountains that is home to four of British Columbia's seven national parks and college offers 60 programs and has grown into one of largest organizations in the West Kootenay and Boundary regions of south eastern British Columbia.

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17.03.2016

The New Liberal Government has identified Immigration plans as key driving force for Growth and Prosperity of Canada and hence the plans and priorities of Citizenship and Immigration Canada outlines target admission for overall and per immigration Category. Canada is all set to attract immigrants and further, ensuring their success in Canadian Labor Market and integration smoothly in Canadian society. 2016 looks to be a good year in Immigration history of Canada as the Govt. has unveiled a Liberal Plan for the same which it claims that their grounded new plan is in line with their traditional values of welcoming and generous Canadian society.

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20.09.2015

The Citizenship Act of Canada which only amended once in 2009 was amended again this year which is causing a stir among the people. Talking about this new law, Chris Alexander, the minister of Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration, announced: “It would remind individuals that citizenship is not a right, it’s a privilege.” However, most people aren’t very happy with it as they feel that the changes are not in the right and democratic direction. Here are the top four reasons for why the people feel this way:

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12.01.2015

Most people are attracted towards the posh and larger towns of Canada while applying for immigration. The old adage goes, ‘All that glitters is not gold’ so also all that is gold does not necessarily glitter! Choosing to live in a small town while applying for immigration has its own benefits. Some of them are:

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