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New Start-Up Visa opens for applications on April 1
Ottawa, March 28, 2013 â€” The worldâ€™s best and brightest entrepreneurs from around the world, with ideas for new business ventures and financial backing from Canadian investors, can apply to the brand-new Start-Up Visa Program as of April 1, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced today.
Itâ€™s a question that comes up at some point in the life of most small businesses: Should I spring for membership in the local board of trade?
The answer: In most cases, itâ€™s good to be a joiner.
â€śBoards of trade offer small businesses the opportunity to tap into experienced resources,â€ť says Peter Constantinou, a Toronto accountant who has worked with many small- and medium-sized enterprises.
Ottawa, March 6, 2013 â€” More than 15,000 Parent and Grandparent Super Visas have been issued since the programâ€™s launch in December 2011,' Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced today.
â€śThe Parent and Grandparent Super Visa provides families with flexibility, and it is clearly growing in popularity,â€ť said Minister Kenney. â€śOur government is committed to family reunification. I am pleased to see that more and more parents and grandparents are getting the opportunity to spend longer periods of time with their loved ones in Canada.â€ť
Ottawa, February 27, 2013 â€” For the seventh consecutive year, Canada continued the highest sustained level of immigration in Canadian history, according to preliminary 2012 data released today by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
Canada welcomed 257,515 permanent residents in 2012, well within the Governmentâ€™s planning range of 240,000 to 265,000 new permanent residents for the year. Each year since 2006, Canada has admitted an average of about a quarter of a million immigrants.
Welcome letter from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Canada
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Interview with the CCCH President in the Hungarian Television
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