Category Archives: Nova Scotia Nominee Program

Nova Scotia Premier to Press for End to Diplomat Strike Citing Visa Delays

Nova Scotia Premier Darrell Dexter says the strike by Canadian foreign service officers is hurting Canadian provinces by delaying the processing of student visas. International students studying in Canada provide a significant economic boost to communities across the country, including … Continue reading

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Nova Scotia Looking to Increase Immigration to Province

Nova Scotia, one of Canada’s Maritime provinces, is seeking to increase the number of skilled immigrants that settle in the province, according to a new provincial strategy announced earlier this year. The Maritimes region of Canada, which includes Nova Scotia, … Continue reading

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Federal Gov of Canada Increases Nova Scotia’s Immigration Nominee Quota

Nova Scotia’s provincial government announced yesterday that the federal government has increased the province’s immigrant nominee cap by 200, to 700 nominations in 2012. “It will help us address existing and expected labour shortages,” said Marilyn More, the provincial minister … Continue reading

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