Category Archives: Skilled Workers

Express Entry.. What is it all about?

Last December, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) announced that on January 2015, it will launch a new electronic system called Express Entry to manage applications for permanent residence under 3 previously existing immigration programs namely, the Federal Skilled Worker Program, the Federal Skilled Trades Program, and the Canadian Experience Class. With the Express Entry launched this month and the CIC set to perform the first draw from the Express Entry pool before the end of January, here’s a comprehensive informational material from the CIC to help us better understand what this system is all about and how it can benefit Filipinos who are looking at the option of working and immigrating to Canada.

Click here to learn all about the Express Entry.

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Ontario Wants Faster Approval of Skilled Immigrants

“Immigration Minister Chris Alexander is set to launch the brand new “Expression of Interest” processing system (EOI) in early 2015 to replace the decades-old “first-in, first-out” mechanism for the federal skilled workers program.

Although Alexander says the system could shorten processing time down to six months, the report points out that comparable systems, such as Australia’s, take as little as 58 days to bring in skilled immigrants.

Ottawa’s new skilled immigrant selection system must process applicants within two months if Canada hopes to outbid other countries in attracting the world’s best and brightest, warns a new report by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce.

Immigration Minister Chris Alexander is set to launch the brand new “Expression of Interest” processing system (EOI) in early 2015 to replace the decades-old “first-in, first-out” mechanism for the federal skilled workers program.”

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To read more about the proposed EOI system, click here.


Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker Category to Accept Applications Starting January 2, 2014

ImageGood news to many skilled workers whose professions are not included in the Federal Skilled Workers Program (FSWP) list of eligible occupations!!! The Saskatchewan International Skilled Worker Category which took effect on December 2, 2013 is giving priority to applicants with experience in one of TWO HUNDRED OCCUPATIONS!

A sample of the listed occupations are:

  • Managers (all)
  • Accountant and Auditors
  • Banking Managers
  • Administrative Officers
  • Financial Analysts
  • Secretaries
  • Engineers
  • Chemists
  • Architects
  • Land Surveyors
  • Mathematicians
  • Technicians and Technologists (all)
  • Estimators
  • Physicians
  • Dentists
  • Dieticians
  • Physiotherapists
  • Pharmacists
  • Optometrists
  • Veterinarians
  • Nurses
  • Dental Hygienists
  • Opticians
  • Midwives
  • Licensed Practical Nurses
  • Teachers and instructors
  • Social workers
  • Librarians
  • Insurance Agents
  • Supervisors and Contractors
  • Plumbers
  • Electricians
  • Carpenters

To find out more about this promising program, click here.


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The Canadian Age Structure: 1921 – 2011

As the population grows older and older with every passing decade, the need for more caregivers to take care of the ageing, and the need for professionals, skilled workers, and skilled tradespeople to take the place of retirees continue to grow. Immigration continues to be an integral factor in Canada’s economy and statistics affirms this fact.

Watch this interesting age distribution chart‘s transition over the last 90 years.



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Why Choose ALBERTA?

Do you have family members, relatives, friends working/living in Alberta, Canada? Are you qualified to apply for immigration under any of Canada’s economic immigrants’ options (FSWP, FSTPPNP)? Are you thinking of settling in Alberta too when you immigrate to Canada? Aside from Alberta’s stable economy and low taxes, why should you choose Alberta?

Canada’s 4th largest province not only has its economic advantages, but also boasts of a diverse landscape of natural beauty that will surely make every traveler and nature lover stay and never want to leave.  Alberta is famous for its wide open spaces, rolling prairies, lush forests and majestic mountains. Its dramatic landscape, with 600 lakes, 245 rivers and more than 2,300 hours of annual sunshine, makes Alberta the ultimate year-round playground.

Residents of Alberta enjoy some of the most spectacular natural landscapes in North America, including:

  • desert badlands with more dinosaur fossils than any other place on earth
  • the world’s only boreal forest songbird observatories
  • the largest collection of Aboriginal rock art on the North American Plains
  • awe-inspiring glaciers and towering mountains.

Alberta is home to 530 parks and protected areas – including 70 provincial parks, five National Parks and five UNESCO World Heritage Sites – more than any other province.

Its parklands provide a broad range of recreation opportunities, from highly developed campgrounds and beach areas to remote backcountry areas. (Lifted from

Click here to see more of beautiful Alberta.

And if you are a photo-enthusiast and an Instagram user/fan, click on the photo collage below to follow 7 of the world’s best Instagram users on an adventure to uncover the natural beauty of ALBERTA and the Canadian Rockies with their mobile phones.





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Making Immigration Work for Immigrants and Canadians

“Immigration is an integral part of Canada’s economic success. We want to remain highly competitive and attract the world’s best and brightest to Canada. As such, it is essential that our immigration system function in a highly efficient and effective manner. It must employ fair rules, ensure their consistent application, enhance economic prosperity and job growth, and offer newcomers the best possible chance of success in Canada. That is the reason for our transformational changes – we are creating a faster fairer and more flexible immigration system that will benefit immigrants and Canadians alike.”


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