19 May The high demand for sales professionals in Canada creates immigration opportunities for foreign nationals
The high demand for sales professionals in Canada creates immigration opportunities for foreign nationals
With the Canadian economy booming post-COVID-19, businesses are scrambling to find suitable sales candidates. This presents opportunities for foreign nationals seeking to immigrate through Express Entry. Post-pandemic remote work is becoming a natural privilege for industry professionals. Technology is a significant driver in sales and marketing, creating a growing demand for tech-savvy workers with experience and skills to leverage digital tools and platforms to track and improve performance. Canada’s Jobbank website predicts 149,200 new sales clerk jobs and 95,700 new sales supervisor jobs in Canada in the next ten years.
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Ontario proposes increased fines for Canadian employers who withhold the passports of temporary workers
Ontario lawmakers are finalizing the Working for Workers Act, 2023, which would impose the highest fines in Canada on business owners who withhold the passports of their temporary foreign workers. Proposed penalties for withholding a foreign national’s passport or work permit range from $100,000 to $200,000 for every worker whose rights are violated. Individuals found guilty of violating the proposed law may face a fine of up to $500,000, up to one year in prison, or both. In addition, corporations that are convicted may be fined up to $1 million.
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More and more candidates chose New Brunswick’s new Critical Worker Program
The New Brunswick Critical Worker Pilot program (NBCWP) has garnered considerable interest among skilled immigrants since its November 2022 launch. The program is a joint initiative between the New Brunswick provincial and federal governments to entice newcomers who can fill the province’s workforce gaps. It is an employer-driven stream of the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP), with six participating employers located across the province and spanning various industries and sectors. These employers include Cooke Aquaculture Inc., Groupe Savoie Inc., Groupe Westco, Imperial Manufacturing, J.D. Irving Ltd., and McCain Foods.
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Canada’s immigration numbers expected to break records in 2023
According to the latest immigration levels plan for 2023-2025, Canada is set to welcome an even higher number of permanent residents than originally targeted. In November 2022, the target was 465,000 new permanent residents for 2023, 485,000 for 2024, and 500,000 for 2025. However, in just the first quarter of 2023, Canada welcomed 145,330 new permanent residents, a significant increase compared to the same period in 2022, where only 113,800 were welcomed. This suggests that Canada is on track to exceed their original targets and could welcome over 580,000 new immigrants, shattering previous records.