What Happened to Population Growth in Canada’s Urban Centres in 2020?

Canadian Visa Expert: Population Growth

During the year 2020, the population growth in Canada’s urban centers has slowed down. This is mostly because of the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic had on immigration. There has also been a record number of people who have moved from urban centers, such as Toronto and Montreal, to surrounding areas of the metropolitans. Statistcs […]

Move to Victoria: The World’s #5 Best Small City!

Canadian Visa Expert: Victoria

Victoria, British Columbia, is one of the top “small cities” in the world A UK-based magazine that explores worldwide urban culture examined cities with less than 250,000 people to compile their Small Cities Index. The cities in the report are described as cities that are well-connected and offer excellent business opportunities, access to nature, and […]

Immigrate to Canada Where the People Are Friendly!

Canadian Visa Expert: Friendly

Gary Bath, a Canadian ranger who helps members of the military learn how to survive the Arctic, was at his home and saw an online post about a stranded American family in his area. After talking with his wife, he decided to step in and help. The Marchessault family made their way from Georgia to […]

Canadians Donated $17 Billion in 2020 to Charities

Canadian Visa Expert: Charity

The money Canadians donate to charities is allowed to be claimed for a tax credit for the year With claims of some charities not using the donated money as advertised, people are looking for the best charities in which to invest. A non-profit business, Charity Intelligence, rates charities to help people decide where to give […]

Employment in Canada is in Abundance

Canadian Visa Expert: Jobs

When you are issued a Canadian Permanent Resident Visa, you will have a legal right to live, work and study long-term in Canada. Among some of the most important decisions you will need to make as a new Canadian permanent resident include where to live and work in Canada. Luckely, there is plenty of opertunity […]

Suburban Lifestyle Attractive to Canadian Millennials

Canadian Visa Expert: Suburban Lifestyle

After becoming parents, Jasper Davis and his wife decided big city life with long commutes was not for them They began looking for jobs close to their home. Davis took a job at a business incubator for innovation and technology firms located in downtown Oshawa. He loves the sense of community in his town, where […]

Canada Is the World’s Top Preference for Relocation

Canadian Visa Expert: Relocation to Canada

A world map reveals where each region’s population dreams of beginning a new life The map uses Google search data to add country names to each spot people would consider moving to. Thirty countries’ residents chose Canada as their top choice for relocation. Britain, Mexico, and France were three of the countries that would like […]

Miniature Canada Is Being Built in Downtown Toronto

Canadian Visa Expert: Miniature

The words little and Canada are usually not found in the same sentence Canada is actually the second-largest country in the world, with close to 10 million square kilometers of land from all three coasts. The nation boasts the world’s longest coastline, reaching over 243,000 kilometers of rock, soil, and sand. Two men have taken […]

Canadian Immigration Support Grows Stronger During Pandemic

Canadian Visa Expert: Canadian Immigration

Canadians are becoming more accepting and open to refugees and immigrants, even with the uncertain times caused by the pandemic Over the past year, their views toward immigration have become more favorable than in the last forty years, according to a survey from the University of Ottawa. The poll showed 66 percent of Canadians reject […]

Canada Has Good Reputation for Supporting Diversity

Canadian Visa Expert: Diversity

The year 2020 started with a worldwide pandemic causing the biggest economic slowdown since the Great Depression Millions of Canadian workers were suddenly without a job, shut in their homes for several months, and at risk for a deadly virus. In this national crisis, it would be assumed Canadians would become protective and more wary […]