What Do Canadians Prefer to Watch on TV?

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What TV shows do Canadian citizens like to watch? A survey conducted by Statistics Canada shows that the bulk of Canada’s production spending is on news programs (over C $ 750 million a year). Also, the production costs of reality shows stand at over C $ 240 million while game shows with C $ 57 million. In … Read more

Canadian Immigration Success Story of Twins from Nigeria

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Twin brothers from Nigeria relocated to Ontario less than seven years ago and recently made their debut on a 21-meter billboard in Toronto. Whak and Mo, identical twins, started doing photo shoots after moving to Canada. A top modeling agency in the country signed on the twins and they have appeared in Vogue Italia.  They … 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: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRLLmrs_ODM&ab_channel=ParulTV 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

Salaries Keep Going Up for People Working in Canada

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While shopping at the Fredericton mall, Hannah McLeod saw a sign at Journeys saying they were hiring. McLeod didn’t think she would earn enough to make up for what she was receiving at her job at the potato-processing plant. She had no real experience in retail, but after her interview, she was offered the assistant … Read more

What are the Most Common Natural Resources in Canada?

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Canada’s natural resource wealth was $550 billion in 2020, down 32.7 percent from $818 billion the previous year. The natural wealth estimates reported in this publication by Statistics Canada reflect the value of known and probable reserves for chosen minerals, established active accounts for energy, and physically accessible and harvestable timber stocks.

Canadian Professor Proves Immigrants Don’t Take Away Jobs

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A University of California economics professor, originally from Guelph, Ontario, recently was awarded the Nobel Prize in economics for research about minimum wage and how immigration affects the labor force. His research found that the increasing of minimum wage doesn’t impact employment numbers. In another study he found that immigration doesn’t impact the employment for … Read more

How Much Money Does a Household in Canada Make?

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According to Statistics Canada, in 2019, just under one-third of Canadian families, 30.2 percent, were debt-free. They made an interesting infographic about Canadian families’ assets, debts and net worth. You can check it out below. BecomeaCanadian helps you and your family get started on the path to obtaining your visas to become permanent residents of … Read more

Why Should You Immigrate to Canada?

BecomeACanadian: Why Should You Immigrate to Canada?

Approximately 340,000 people from around the world come to Canada each year as Canadian permanent residents, which makes this amazing country one of the top immigration destinations on the planet. Although people who immigrate to Canada come from various countries and diverse cultures, BecomeACanadian has found that most of them share at least one common … Read more

Immigrant from Syria Happy to Vote as New Canadian Citizen

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Tareq Hadhad, a Syrian refugee, found success in Nova Scotia by rebuilding his chocolate company in Antifonish a few weeks after relocating to Canada. His factory in Syria was destroyed by bombs, so he and his family moved to Canada in 2016 and opened “Peace by Chocolate.” His company hires newcomers to the country and … Read more

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