Canada to welcome up to 390,000 immigrants in 2022

Credit to Author: Kareem El-Assal| Date: Thu, 12 Mar 2020 14:33:26 +0000

Canada will welcome more than one million new permanent residents in the next three years. This was unveiled today in the federal government’s 2020-2022 Immigration Levels Plan. Canada continues its approach to gradually increase immigration levels. This is likely to give stakeholders time to adequately plan to support a larger population. Whereas Canada welcomed 320,000 […]

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Canada welcomed more than 400,000 new international students in 2019

Credit to Author: Kareem El-Assal| Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2020 17:53:48 +0000

Canada had yet another major year in international student recruitment as it approved 404,000 new study permits in 2019. A study permit is a document issued by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) that allows foreign nationals to study at a designated learning institution in Canada. The number of study permits issued is a different […]

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Sotto sees no need to rush proposed shift to federal gov’t

Senate President Vicente Sotto III said there is no need to rush the proposed shift to a federal government as the Bangsamoro Organic Law has yet to be enforced.

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Congress can’t extend terms by resetting polls—lawyer

Election lawyer Romulo Macalintal on Friday said the 2019 midterm elections could not be postponed, whether through the passage of a law or through a people’s initiative.

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No to another Duterte term under new draft Charter – Koko

Senator Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III thumbed down on Friday the proposal of the Consultative Committee (Con-Com) to allow President Rodrigo Duterte to seek another term should a federal government system be finalized.

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