Some Canadian employers and their employees conspire against the country’s immigration program. “Paper jobs,” like the one detailed by CBC after a recent undercover investigation, are for sale with price tags typically ranging from $150,000 to $350,000.
The share of recent immigrants of prime working age who had employment reached a new high last year, even though Canada has been opening its doors to more newcomers than ever before, according to an internal federal analysis.
Canada remains one of the most popular expat destinations with over 650,000 Brits currently calling it home. With wide-open spaces and safe, affluent cities, the benefits of living in the Great White North are clear.