The Global Talent Stream was launched on June 12, 2017 as a two-year pilot program under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP). The Global Talent Stream was designed to help skilled foreign workers come to Canada in a timely fashion to support the Canadian workforce. The program works by matching innovative companies and employers with highly skilled workers to fill unique and specialized positions. This program is highly suitable for those employers who are seeking to find workers on the Global Talent Occupations List.Read More
Filtering by Category: Work
A number of situations may occur when an individual can perform work in Canada without needing to secure a Temporary Work Permit. An individual who is eligible to work without a work permit may still require a Temporary Resident Visa to enter Canada on a temporary basis.
The following scenarios have been identified as instances where foreign nationals may perform work in Canada without a work permit:Read More
The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) allows Canadian provincial and territorial governments to nominate individuals who wish to immigrate to Canada and are interested in settling in a particular province.Read More
The plan, which was fleshed out in the federal budget, is part of Ottawa’s Global Skills Strategy, an effort to help Canadian employers attract the world’s best and brightest. Today marks the start of a $7.8-million, two-year pilot run that will be a test case for whether the program should be made a mainstay of Canada’s immigration policy.Read More