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London population growth rate among fastest in Canada

'Western University sociology professor Michael Haan, who is the Canada research chair in migration and ethnic relations, says one big factor is that London is doing a better job of attracting immigrants.' https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/london/london-population-1.5464669

Where did Canada’s immigrants go in 2019?

'Ontario’s strength is further fuelled by the fact that nearly half of all immigrants to Canada in the year ending September 30, 2019 went to Ontario, StatsCan said. This amounted to approximately 209,200 newcomers, compared to the 89,400 that went to Quebec and the 65,000 that chose British...

Citizenship update and the ICCRC Exam

Ottawa attempting to change citizenship oath to include respect for Indigenous treaties: https://globalnews.ca/news/6562618/canadian-citizenship-oath-indigenous-treaties/ Here is our FREE ICCRC Exam Prep LESSON on citizenship: https://exampreparation.ca/free-lessons/citizenship-1/

Waterloo Region has fastest population growth in Canada

Statistics Canada says permanent and temporary immigration continues to drive growth in the nation's census metropolitan areas https://www.kitchenertoday.com/local-news/waterloo-region-has-fastest-population-growth-in-canada-2093690

Another day, another excited town getting ready for the RNIP!

The RNIP is a topic that can play a role in your upcoming ICCRC Exam and it is an area you might want to specialize in once you become an RCIC! https://lethbridgenewsnow.com/2020/02/18/thousands-of-profiles-made-for-claresholms-immigration-pilot-in-first-week/

RCICs and Refugees!

'Finally, a life': Canada comes to the rescue when a refugee family loses hope in Australia:   https://www.theguardian.com/australia-news/2020/feb/08/finally-a-life-canada-comes-to-the-rescue-when-a-refugee-family-loses-hope-in-australia

More localized immigration means more areas RCICs can specialize in!

More localized immigration means more areas RCICs can specialize in!   'Labour immigration will become even more important, he said. Last year, P.E.I. brought in about 1,500 foreign labour participants. Doyle said 88 per cent of all immigration on P.E.I. is now labour immigration.'  ...

RCICs and Refugees

If you are a new RCIC and you are thinking of working with Refugee Claimants, remember that this is a high-stakes area to work in and you will need to dedicate an incredible amount of time to making sure that you can become an expert in this field.   Here is a sad story about what can go wrong in a claim for protection:  ...

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