Canada's Start Up Visa

Canada’s Start Up Visa Program (CSUV)

Posted in 07/2020

Canada’s Start Up Visa program is a Permanent Resident program, whereby applicants will be issued PR to come to Canada, incorporate a company, and work on a start up concept in conjunction with a Canadian government approved incubator.

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Overview of New Brunswick’s Economy

Posted in 06/2020

As Canada’s only bilingual province, New Brunswick’s workforce is powerful, talented and committed. Its natural strategic location in Atlantic Canada makes New Brunswick a prime location for your expansion or location plans.

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Prince Edward Island economy

Posted in 06/2020

Prince Edward Island has a vibrant and growing business community. Island businesses continue to deliver the highest quality products and service to the marketplace.

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Healthcare in Nova Scotia, Canada

Posted in 06/2020

Canada has been rated one of the best places to live because of its health care program. All residents of Canada have access to medical care. This article will provide to investors more information about healthcare in Nova Scotia,Canada

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Overview of Nova Scotia’s economy, Canada

Posted in 06/2020

Nova Scotia has a diversified economy based on both land and sea resources. Traditional industries such as fishing, forestry, and mining are in decline, while tourism and other service industries are becoming much more significant components of the economy.

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Education in Nova Scotia, Canada

Posted in 06/2020

All children in Nova Scotia are legally required to attend school until age 16. Parents also have the option of performing home-schooling, but they must still follow specific guidelines and courses.

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Canada immigration: University in New Brunswick

Posted in 04/2020

New Brunswick’s provincial government has identified education as a key priority. New Brunswick Education is provided free to all Canadian citizens and permanent residents aged 18 years and under. As with the rest of Canada, education is a Provincial responsibility to administer.

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