These Jobs Now Qualify For Quebec’s Expands Facilitated LMIA Process

These Jobs Now Qualify For Quebec’s Expands Facilitated LMIA Process

Quebec has greatly expanded its list of jobs in high demand for which employers do not need to demonstrate they have tried to hire suitably-qualified Canadians. The Ministry of Immigration, Francisation and Integration (MIFI) updates its list of occupations that qualify for Quebec’s  facilitated Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) process through the Temporary Foreign Worker Program…

Latest Canada Jobs Numbers Show Massive Labour Shortages

Latest Canada Jobs Numbers Show Massive Labour Shortages

Canada has massive labour shortages, offering opportunities for economic immigration, with employers still in hiring mode as they rebuild in the wake of the COVID-19 global pandemic.  “There were 896,100 job vacancies in Canada at the start of December, 2.5 per cent or 21,400, higher than at the beginning of November,” notes Statistics Canada. Read…

Quebec Recruiting Nurses From Francophone Countries In Bid To Solve Labour Shortage

Quebec Recruiting Nurses From Francophone Countries In Bid To Solve Labour Shortage

Quebec is aiming to recruit 1,000 foreign-trained nurses from francophone countries over the next two years with a new $65 million initiative, says provincial Immigration Minister Jean Boulet. “I am very proud to announce this project to recruit nurses which is part of our action plan to recognize the foreign credentials of immigrants,” said Boulet.…