- Kenyans can travel to Canada for job opportunities – CS
Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Alfred Mutua has called on Kenyans to apply for jobs in Canada.
Mutua said during his official visit to Canada, he held a meeting with the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship of Canada Sean Fraser.
He said they agreed on the various migration opportunity pathways for Kenyans ...
- Toronto’s Vacant Home Tax is Coming, Forcing Homeowners to Declare Occupancy Status
With the goal of increasing available housing supply in the City, Toronto’s Vacant Home Tax will kick in on January 1. This means homeowners are required to declare their property’s 2022 occupancy status by February 2, 2023… and there’s a penalty for not doing so.
According to the City of Toronto’s ...
- Clearing the backlog: Upcoming measures to reduce processing times
A consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic has been increased processing times at Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). Until recently these processing times appeared to only be worsening, as IRCC each day seemed to receive more applications than it could process.
After several years of unfulfilled promises that processing times would ...
- People planning to attend AIDS conference in Montreal still attempting to get visas
International AIDS organizations say people from Africa, South America and Asia who are planning to attend a major AIDS conference in Montreal are still struggling to get visas from the Canadian government.
The groups say a growing number of activists — including some who were scheduled to speak at the conference ...
- ‘Super visa’ allows some people to stay in Canada for up to 7 years, here’s who is eligible to apply
Super visa’ allows some people to stay in Canada for up to 7 years, here’s who is eligible to apply
Parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents can now stay in the country for up to seven consecutive years.
On Tuesday, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada announced the change to ...