The most recent graduates from the Atlantic Canada Study and Stay program have received diplomas and the majority of them have already secured jobs in New Brunswick. International students who want to live and work in Atlantic Canada can apply for the program, funded by the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency and the Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour. Through the Study and Stay program, graduates have been provided with the skills, resources, connections, and essential support to launch successful careers in New Brunswick.
- International students still struggle to get permanent residency
- Workers of the Canadian Border Service Agency voted in favour of strike action
- Canada will invite a record number of immigrants this year
- Ministers discussed the importance of long-term planning in the immigration system
- British Columbia held a new draw in the BCPNP Tech
- Manitoba conducted MPNP draw #122