November 29, 2017
Why working in small towns is sometimes good for applying for immigration
Choosing to live in a small town while applying for immigration has its own benefits. Have a look on them.read more
October 15, 2016
How Site C Dam will create more opportunities for Immigrants and International Graduates in Fort St. John?
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.read more
May 29, 2016
How Selkirk College is helping local employers in Castlegar and Nelson, BC cities in fulfilling their shortage of skilled worker?
The economic impact study confirmed Selkirk College - a first community college in British Columbia - as major economic driver being one of the top ten organizations in the region.read more
March 17, 2016
Why Practical Nursing program launched by Thompson Rivers University is a great option for international students?
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.read more
March 17, 2016
Why 2016 Immigration plan is a good opportunity for Permanent Residence seekers?
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.read more
September 20, 2015
Why everyone is unhappy with new citizenship law?
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 […]read more