The Canadian province of Alberta recently launched “The Year of the Ukrainian-Canadian,” celebrating 125 years of Ukrainian immigration to Canada. Located around 50 kilometers east of Edmonton, the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village held celebrations with traditional folk dancers from Ukraine while enjoying ethnic Ukrainian foods.
Statistics Canada released a report in September 2016 showing 320,932 people immigrated to Canada from June 2015 to June 2016. This is the highest number since 1971 when comparable records began. The 33.3 percent growth over the last year is the most rapid increase in almost 30 years. The diversity of nationalities represented in Canada … Read more Over 320,000 Immigrants Move to Canada
On November 24, 2016, twenty people were recognized as new Canadian citizens. The oath-taking ceremony took place at the Government House in Regina, Saskatchewan. Included in this group was Shaira Oyando and her family, natives of The Philippines. Moving to Canada five years ago, they were recognized as permanent residents. To become citizens, the Oyando … Read more Philippine Immigrant Family Became Canadian Citizens
At BecomeACanadian, we have helped many people with the procedure to immigrate to Canada. While this may seem like a difficult process, with the help of BecomeACanadian and our experts, we can make it easier for you. In fact, we plan to do the hard work and allow you to ask questions while we offer support to you along the way.
Many of the provinces and territories within Canada have a program called the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). This unique program works with the Canadian national government to enable skilled and qualified foreign nationals to get moved to Canada. This program is for specific areas of Canada including British Columbia, New Brunswick, Northwest Territories, Ontario, Saskatchewan, Yukon, Alberta, Manitoba, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island.