Canadian Jobs in Healthcare Are Available in Alberta

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Become A Canadian could confirm that Canadian jobs are available in Alberta. According to Muhammad Yaseen, Alberta’s minister of immigration and multiculturalism, the province of Alberta is targeting high-level professionals in healthcare.  In his words: “Our targets include physicians, registered nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, psychologists, and clinical social workers. The ministry … Read more

Canada Unveils Digital Nomad Strategy for Global Tech Talent

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The federal government announced a new program to accommodate thousands of foreign technology workers from across the globe. Become A Canadian could establish that the new initiative tagged “Digital Nomad Strategy” targets tech talent interested in staying and working in Canada. The program is an opportunity to poach talent from abroad, Sean Fraser, the former … Read more

Foreign Firms Created 4,700 Jobs in Montreal This Year


Foreign Firms Created 4,700 Jobs in Montreal This Year Montreal continues to deal with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic even this year. Thankfully for the region, it continues to enjoy investments from Canadian and international companies.  Become a Canadian reported that despite the projection of factors that could reduce the rate at which companies … Read more

High-Tech Worker? Which City in Canada Is Best for You?

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Parul Khanna has studied in Montreal, Canada. He now shares his experience, what are the five best cities for IT Jobs in Canada. You can watch his ranking here: If you are interested in studying and working in Canada, we recommend contacting the Canadian Visa Expert team to get the necessary initial information and … Read more

More Tech Jobs Created in Toronto Than 3 U.S. Cities Combined

The tech scene in Toronto, Ontario, is so on fire, that the area created more positions than the San Francisco Bay area, Washington D.C., and Seattle combined, and is getting ahead of New York, according to a report on “talent markets.” CBRE Group Inc.’s annual survey, that was recently released, showed Toronto as the fastest-rising … Read more

Canada Facing Shortage of 48,000 Truck Drivers by 2024

A recent study by the Canadian Trucking Alliance shows the trucking sector will be short over 48,000 drivers by 2024. The study also suggests the average age of truck drivers in Canada is 48 years old. One trucking company, Westchester Logistics, had a contract to transport ice-cream in central Ontario, but they didn’t have enough … Read more