CARE Centre’s Pre-Arrival Supports and Services (PASS) Program, funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, serves internationally educated nurses (IENs) who are planning to immigrate to Canada. To help IENs achieve their goals of registration and meaningful employment in Canada, PASS not only provides guidance and encouragement but ensures that IENs are well-informed about the credentialing assessment process, the Canadian healthcare system, as well as the wide variety of available educational and employment opportunities. Since program inception in 2016, over 700 nurses have accessed services and supports through PASS, with destinations across Canada.
Canada’s cities are competing to attract more immigrants. In 2019, Charlottetown, Regina and Toronto welcomed the highest number of immigrants per capita. Ottawa was the latest city to join the exclusive one per cent club.
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The Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot provides pathways to permanent residency for skilled immigrants who want to live and work in smaller communities in Canada.
Understanding how recruiters assess and hire immigrant talent is essential for employment agencies and higher education institutions to help newcomers succeed in the Canadian labour market.
In this webinar, Canadian human resources (HR) professionals will provide insider tips and insights into their recruitment processes to support employment and career counsellors in preparing immigrants for job interviews.
If you are planning to move to Canada, Isha Zade’s journey may provide some insight into what your own will be like. We asked Isha about her experiences before and after she arrived in her new home country. Isha, who was born and raised in Pune, India, has lived in Canada for less than two years.