Canada Caregiver Program, Is it Worth the Risk?
by Sheila Atienza
With an aging population in Canada, it would seem that Canadians, who are needing care and support, find the live-in caregiver program the most viable avenue to respond to this so-called need.
This program under the category of temporary worker program of the Citizenship and Immigration Canada, [...]
Posted: March 1st, 2011 under caregiver, citizenship canada, immigration canada.
Tags: caregiver, citizenship, citizenship canada, employer, enter canada, immigrants, immigration canada, temporary resident, temporary visa, worker
New Presentation of “How to Prepare to Own a Home in Canada”
We have prepared our newest slide presentation for our book, “How to Prepare to Own a Home in Canada”, which comprises about fifteen frames using Google docs.
Our objective is to be able to send our message to our target readers: First-time Buyers, Immigrants, [...]
Have You Checked Out Your BC Library Lately?
Did you know that you can browse a copy of our book” How to Prepare to Own a Home in Canada: Recession-proof Lifestyle for Immigrants and First-time Buyers” at your local library?
Apparently, some public libraries in British Columbia, have copies of our book, such as: Richmond Public [...]