Canada is a favoured destination for employment opportunities due to increasing salaries and specialized sectors that depend on temporary foreign workers. In Canada, a work permit (or in some cases authority to work without a permit) is required in order for a foreign national to be allowed to work in Canada. Specifically, we will be […]
Do Canadian graduates qualify for an open work permit? The Post-Graduation Work Permit Program (PGWPP) is a program in Canada that allows recent student graduates to obtain an open work permit to gain valuable Canadian work experience. The benefit of the post graduate work permit is that it is exempt from the Labour Market Impact […]
Under the NAFTA program, business people who are citizens of the USA or Mexico have temporary entry to sell, provide goods and services or take part in investment activities in Canada. The agreement seeks to soften trade between Canada, USA and Mexico — resulting in a reciprocal trade relationship amongst all three countries. One of […]
The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) is a free trade agreement that allows temporary entry of certain business persons to work in Canada.
Canada remains dedicated to ensuring skilled workers continue to contribute to economic growth. With the ability to apply for a bridging open work permit – it’s possible to work uninterrupted until you’re a Canadian resident