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2023-07-02 21:08:55Immigration News Canada High Demand Jobs In British Columbia That Pay Over $40/hour
https://immigrationnewscanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/High-Demand-Jobs-In-British-Columbia.jpg Last Updated On 2 July 2023, 10:55 AM EDT (Toronto Time) This article enlists high demand jobs in British Columbia that pay more than $40 per hour to help our readers plan their career wisely.
According to official data, these occupations are anticipated to experience greater demand and pay more than others over the next decade.
This list considered 7 economic regions in British Columbia which includes the islands and coast of Vancouver, Thompson-Okanagan, the Northeast, the North Coast and Nechako, the Mainland and Southwest, Kootenay, and Cariboo. Jump To These high demand jobs in British Columbia are selected based on 4 selection criteria as listed below:
* Available job vacancies as well as the employment growth. * Anticipated labour market tightness. * Most recent unemployment and unemployment insurance figures. * Current prevailing wage rates.
Full List of In-Demand Jobs In British Columbia | Pay More Than $40 Per Hour
You can click on each occupation (blue highlighted) link to get more information on these occupations and available jobs hiring now in British Columbia.
* Previously published similar articles that you may also like: * In-Demand Jobs In British Columbia That Pay $30-$40 Per Hour * 20 High Demand Jobs In Calgary For 2023 In-Demand Jobs In British Columbia That Pay $30-$40 Per Hour https://immigrationnewscanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/pexels-photo-16419513.jpeg How much is the British Columbia minimum wage in 2023? Minimum wage in British Columbia was hiked on June 1, 2023 to $16.75 per hour which is one of the highest among the major Canadian provinces. How is the job market is British Columbia over next 10 years? Between 2022 and 2032, there will be 1,017,000 job openings in British Columbia, according to the 2022 BC Labour Market Outlook.
Approximately 3.5% of total employment will be unfilled annually.
As the population and labour force continue to age, employers will be required to replace retirees.
There will be approximately 636,000 replacement job openings.
The remaining 381,000 job opportunities are owing to expansion. These are jobs that will be created as a consequence of economic expansion. high demand jobs in british columbia, in demand jobs in british columbia, british columbia jobs market outlook, jobs in B.C., The post High Demand Jobs In British Columbia That Pay Over $40/hour appeared first on Immigration News Canada.
2023-07-02 15:33:47CIC News Everything you need to know about STEM occupations for Express Entry category-based draws
On May 31st, Immigration Minister Sean Fraser announced the launch of category-based selection draws for Express Entry candidates. Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has confirmed the first round of category-based draws for STEM professions will take place this week. Last week, IRCC held the first-ever round of category-based Express Entry draws, inviting healthcare workers. […]
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Immigration News Canada Know About Canada Day & PM Trudeau’s Message To Canadians https://immigrationnewscanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/justin-trudeau-july-1.jpg Last Updated On 1 July 2023, 10:41 AM EDT (Toronto Time) What is Canada Day? Canada Day is…
2023-07-01 19:58:53Immigration News Canada New IEC 2023 Round of Invitations Invites 1,500 Applicants
https://immigrationnewscanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2023/01/IEC-2023-Second-Round-Of-Invitations.jpeg Last Updated On 1 July 2023, 11:26 AM EDT (Toronto Time) Last International Experience Canada – IEC 2023 round of invitations of June 2023 sent out around 1,500 invitations to apply (ITAs) for work permits.
Most of the invitations, 1,369 went to applicants from eligible countries, under Working Holiday visa category offering them open work permits.
Under the Working Holiday Category, around 85,000 invitations to apply for open work permits have already been sent so far in 2023.
Around 152 applicants were invited under the Young Professionals category, and more than 17 people were invited to the International Co-op (internship) category.
According to the most recent IRCC processing time update, the current IEC season is taking 9 weeks for processing.
Below is a list of all the eligible countries with the number of invites sent this week, the total number of invitations sent so far in 2023, the number of open seats, and the applications in the pool.
International Experience Canada – Eligibility & How To Apply
IEC 2023 Working HolidayInvitations – June 30 IEC 2023 Young ProfessionalsInvitations – June 30
International Co-op (Internships)invitations – June 30
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2023-07-01 19:58:53Immigration News Canada Know About Canada Day & PM Trudeau’s Message To Canadians
https://immigrationnewscanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/justin-trudeau-july-1.jpg Last Updated On 1 July 2023, 10:41 AM EDT (Toronto Time) What is Canada Day? Canada Day is celebrated on July 1st of every year and is informally referred to as “Canada’s birthday.”
However, Canada day is celebrated as anniversary of Canada’s full sovereignty. Canada Day HistoryHistory dates back to July 1, 1867 with formation of Canadian confederation under the British North America Act of 1867.
This act resulted in Federal Dominion of Canada with joining of Canada colonies (Ontario & Quebec) with Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
* Year 1867 – Canada got independence from Britain. * Year 1879 – Federal law made July 1 as a statutory holiday, later named as Dominion Day. * October 27, 1982 – Dominion day officially became Canada Day * 2017 – Canada celebrated 150 years of independence. * 2023 – Canada celebrated 155 years of independence. The enactment of British North America Act on July 1, 1867 was celebrated with the ringing of the bells at the Cathedral Church of St. James in Toronto.
And “bonfires, fireworks and illuminations, excursions, military displays and musical and other entertainments.”
July 1 was then celebrated every year as anniversary of Canadian confederation.
However, July 1 was named as “The Dominion Day” on May 15, 1879 and established as statutory holiday, but it was not dominant in the national calendar.
In 1946, Philéas Côté, introduced a private member’s bill in the House of Commons to rename Dominion Day as Canada Day.
But, Senate returned the bill with recommendation to rename it as The National Holiday of Canada. As a result bill was not passed.
On July 9, 1982 the holiday was officially renamed after a private member’s bill was passed 2 years after its first reading.
Followed by which Senate showed strong resistance, but eventually bill was passed. As a result, on October 27, 1982 holiday was officially named as The Canada Day after the granting of Royal Assent. Canada Population 2023 Just Crossed 40 Million Due To Immigration Canadian PM Message On Canada DayToday (July 1), we all Canadians celebrate Canada day. Prime Minister Trudeau shared below message for all Canadians Coast-To-Coast. “No matter where you are, July 1 is an opportunity for us all to celebrate the country we call home, the people we share it with, and the future we’re building together.
“We can – and we should – take pride in all those things. After all, Canada is the envy of the world: people fleeing violence and persecution dream of a life here, businesses open headquarters in our cities and manufacturing plants in our towns, and world leaders look to us for leadership in times of crisis.
“Wherever our flag flies, it’s recognized as a symbol of democracy, of freedom, and of hope. It represents the values we all hold dear. And it is a promise. A promise of a country where newcomers are welcomed with open arms, where differences are celebrated and diversity is embraced, a country where you’re free to be who you are and love whom you love, where everyone has a real and fair chance at success, and a country where we acknowledge historical wrongs and learn from the past in order to build a better future – for everyone.
“Canada has withstood incredible challenges throughout our history, and we’ve always made it through by working hard together and staying true to our values. We did it when our grandparents stood up to fascism on the beaches of Normandy and across Europe. We’re doing it now when we step up to help those affected by wildfires. And we do it every day when we take a stand against hatred and discrimination.
“We are from far and wide, but united we are 40 million strong – and there is no challenge we cannot overcome together. So today, let’s celebrate each other, an[...]
2023-07-01 19:31:09CIC News British Columbia, Alberta, Quebec, Manitoba, and PEI invite candidates in this week’s PNP results
Five of Canada’s provinces have nominated candidates through provincial immigration programs this week. Immigration is a shared responsibility between federal and provincial governments. The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) exists to allow provincial governments to select economic immigration candidates who are best suited to economically establish within the nominating province. This could be because the candidate […]
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2023-07-01 15:30:54CIC News Canada Day: A kick off to summer festivals across the country
Canada Day is statutory holiday celebrated on July 1st by all those who call Canada home. Discover if You Are Eligible for Canadian Immigration The day commemorates the anniversary of the Constitution Act. The Act, signed in 1867, consolidated three new territories who agreed to come together to join Canada’s wider confederation. Canada Day is […]
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2023-07-01 00:07:55Immigration News Canada Ontario Capping Rent Increase At 2.5% For 2024
https://immigrationnewscanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/Toronto.jpg Last Updated On 30 June 2023, 3:09 PM EDT (Toronto Time) Ontario is keeping the rent increase guideline at 2.5% for 2024 which is significantly lower than the 5.9% average inflation rate.
The maximum annual rent increase that a landlord may impose on the majority of tenants without receiving permission from the Landlord and Tenant Board is set in the rent increase guideline.
The recommended practice is based on Statistics Canada’s calculation of the Consumer Price Index for Ontario, which accounts for inflation and reflects economic circumstances during the previous year.
To assist safeguard renters from increasing interest rates that might result in increased rent, the Residential Tenancies Act caps the guideline at 2.5%.
Without the restriction, the current inflation rate would have caused a rise of 5.9% in 2024. Here Is How International Students Can Find Rentals In Canada
“Our government knows the cost of living continues to be a challenge for many Ontarians, including renters, which is why we are holding the rent increase guideline at 2.5 percent,” said Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing.
He further added, “This choice illustrates our dedication to assisting renters throughout the province and builds on the historic tenant safeguards outlined in our recent Helping Homebuyers, Protecting renters strategy.”
The province of Ontario broke construction record on the most purpose-built rentals ever in 2022—nearly 15,000—a 7.5% increase from 2021.
More than 8,500 new rental units have been started in the province so far this year, a 77% increase over January to May of 2022.
The overwhelming majority of rental families covered by the Residential Tenancies Act—roughly 1.4 million—are subject to the rent increase guideline. https://immigrationnewscanada.ca/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/pexels-photo-8963081.jpeg Rental units inhabited for the first time after November 15, 2018, unoccupied residences, communal housing, long-term care facilities, and commercial buildings are not covered by it. Rent increases are not inescapable or required. Only after giving renters the required amount of written notice—at least 90 days—can a landlord increase rent.
The latest rent increase or the beginning day of the tenancy must have occurred at least 12 months ago.
A tenant may petition to the Landlord and Tenant Board to obtain a correction if they feel they have received an improper rent increase.
In most circumstances, the rent increase cannot exceed the guideline for rent increases.
Under certain conditions, such as after qualified capital work has been paid for and completed, landlords may submit an application to the Landlord and Tenant Board for rent increases that are higher than the recommended amount. The maximum penalty for violations of residential tenancy are the highest in Ontario. The maximum penalty for violations of the Residential Tenancies Act (such unfair evictions) are being doubled by the province to $100,000 for people and $500,000 for businesses.