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Action Plan for Faster Family Reunification: Parent and Grandparent program re-opening January 2, 2015

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Reuniting more families

Parent and Grandparent program re-opening January 2, 2015

Ottawa — Today, Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander announced that the parent and grandparent program (PGP) will re-open on January 2, 2015. 277 more words

Reflections on 2014

As is good practice for all ambitious organisations, GuideDotYou has taken the opportunity, at the end of the year to set itself goals for ambition and fast growth in 2015 and beyond. 600 more words

Performing Your Best

What is Social Enterprise Anyway? Dispelling Some Myths & An Early Christmas Present

Something great happened yesterday.

After early morning nausea, stepping into a puddle, forgetting my lunch and drowning in paperwork before having had the chance to make a cuppa, I received an early present. 1,194 more words

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Ottawa welcomes more than 1,100 new Canadians; 700 in Montreal

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Ottawa welcomes more than 1,100 new Canadians

OTTAWA— More than 1,100 individuals from 122 countries became Canadian citizens at 15 citizenship ceremonies in Ottawa this week, announced Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander recently. 697 more words

Express Entry: what it means for Canadian employers

In January 2015, Express Entry will change Canada’s economic immigration system, giving employers a role in selecting immigrants to meet labour market needs.

If employers are unable to find a qualified Canadian citizen or permanent resident for a particular job, … 416 more words

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What You Need to Know About Canada Express Entry...

Based on the daily traffic of my blog since I published Coming to Canada in 6 Months a few days ago, it can be said that there is really a big number of people around the globe who are interested in coming to Canada.   916 more words

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Mortlock lives extravagantly while members struggle financially

The New Zealand Herald reports,

$1.8m pricetag for pastors’ luxury pad

Value surprises follower, who says some in church are struggling.

City Impact Church founders Peter and Bev Mortlock are selling their Whangaparaoa mansion – and its pricetag has surprised one church member, who says some in the congregation are struggling to pay their bills after giving so much to the church. 357 more words