More than 8 Million Canadians Know Other Language than English or French

According to Statistics Canada, as of 2016, more than 8 million citizens of Canada admit that they speak fluently another language than English or French. Do you know other languages? Now you can use the assistance of BecomeACanadian and fulfill your destiny. Source: Statistics Canada

Only in Canada – Drivers Asked Not to Let Moose Lick Cars!

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While driving through the Alberta town of Jasper, you may see a sign that asks you not to allow the moose to lick your car.  There are not many places in the world you will ever see such a sign. Jasper National Park is a place where people like to park their vehicles alongside the … Read more

Canada Reports Record Quarterly GDP Growth

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The Canadian economy has experienced a record three-month growth streak.  A senior economist for CIBC said the next year’s focus needs to be on returning Canadian citizens to a more normal lifestyle they are accustomed to. As life returns to normal, the Canadian economy will also return to normal. How the next quarters play out … Read more

Canadian Visa Criteria

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  Each Canadian immigration program has its own unique eligibility requirements, but there are also several Canadian visa criteria shared in common. Common Canadian visa criteria include the following: You must be at least 18-years-old to apply You must have good health, a medical exam may be required You must be a person of good … 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

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