If you just landed on this site and are looking for PR related information, then be sure to go through this post which will take you through a typical PR journey and help you get to the info you need, faster. This page will be updated continuously so that you always have a single source or cheat sheet to refer to.Continue reading “Everything you need to know about Canadian PR in a single post”
Almost every prospective immigrant wants to know what life after PR looks like. There is no real answer to that, considering how everyone’s situation, skills, goals are different. But if I were to give some sort of narrative on the day-to-day life in Canada, then this is what it would look like.Continue reading “How immigrating to Canada can be a life changer”
In continuation to my previous post Searching for a job in Canada, here are some additional points I have put together that you’ll find helpful in your job search.Continue reading “What it takes to succeed in your job search”
For newcomers who just landed in Canada, and have realized that Amazon.ca is running a two day Prime event, here are some deals that you will absolutely love, and some you’ll probably need.
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Tucked away on the east side of Sunnybrook, this Haven of greenery and botanical wonders is the perfect place to plan a picnic with the family or a romantic date. Because it does not compete with Niagara or the CN Tower, its existence is a well kept secret.Continue reading “Edwards Gardens, May 2019”
I can’t even count the number of times I have been asked this from a prospective immigrant – “What’s the scope of XYZ in Canada?”. I have always maintained this – if you are in IT and Digital, then Canada is a great place to be. And now, I have numbers from StatCan to support this.
Post your ITA, one of the documents that you may find challenging to arrange is a reference letter from your employer. The most popular reason being that some companies have a template that they will not change even at the cost of a cosmic collapse. In other cases, the employer has either shut shop, is hard to reach, or simply refuses to give you one. Fear not, there are always workarounds.Continue reading “Getting A Reference Letter When Your Employer Won’t Give You One”