News releases from Immigration (Page 2)

Immigration Staff Meeting With U.K. Doctors This Week

Immigration

Staff from the Office of Immigration are headed back to London this week to reconnect with doctors they met during last fall’s job fair in England.

Another Big Year for Immigration

Immigration

This year, Nova Scotia welcomed more than 4,000 newcomers and nominated its highest number of immigrants ever through the Provincial Nominee Program.

Des possibilités à l’étranger pour aider à accroître la population francophone en Nouvelle-Écosse

Immigration

L’Office de l’immigration de la Nouvelle-Écosse, l’Office des affaires acadiennes et de la francophonie, le Conseil de développement économique de la Nouvelle-Écosse (CDENE) et des employeurs de la Nouvelle-Écosse sont en France et en Belgique cette semaine pour trouver des travailleurs qualifiés et aider à accroître la population francophone de la province.

International Opportunity to Help Grow Francophone Population in Nova Scotia

Immigration

The Nova Scotia Office of Immigration, the Office of Acadian Affairs and Francophonie, Le Conseil de développement économique de la Nouvelle-Écosse (CDÉNÉ) and Nova Scotia employers are in France and Belgium this week to find skilled workers and help grow Nova Scotia’s francophone population.

Health Authority Teams Up With Immigration to Recruit Doctors

Immigration

For the first time, Nova Scotia Immigration staff will join the Nova Scotia Health Authority at an international job fair to help recruit physicians to work and live in Nova Scotia.

Immigration Leaders Focused on Collaboration

Immigration

Immigration Leaders Focused on Collaboration

Government Signs Agreements to Help Attract More Immigrants, Fill Labour Shortages

Immigration

Government has signed two-year agreements with the Cape Breton Partnership and Western Regional Enterprise Network to help employers attract immigrants to fill skilled labour shortages.

Province, Halifax Partnership Working to Support Employers Fill Labour Gaps

Immigration

The province and Halifax Partnership are working together to help employers attract more immigrants and fill skilled labour shortages.

Le gouvernement provincial connaît du succès avec le nouveau Programme pilote

Immigration

Les employeurs de la Nouvelle-Écosse ont saisi l'occasion de participer au nouveau Programme pilote d'immigration au Canada atlantique.

Province Finds Success with New Pilot Program

Immigration

Employers in Nova Scotia are seizing the opportunity to participate in the new Atlantic Immigration Pilot.

L'accent sur l'immigration se poursuit et s'accroît

Immigration

La combinaison du Programme des candidats de la province et d'un nouveau projet pilote fédéral est un indicateur d'une autre année solide en ce qui a trait à l'attraction d'immigrants qualifiés en Nouvelle-Écosse en 2017.

Provincial Focus on Immigration Continues and Grows

Immigration

The combination of the Provincial Nominee Program and a new federal pilot project points to another strong year for attracting skilled immigrants to Nova Scotia in 2017.

Immigration at 10-Year High

Immigration

More immigrants made Nova Scotia their home in the first six months of 2016 than in all of last year or in any of the past 10 years.

Immigrant Settlement Service Expands in Cape Breton

Immigration

Cape Breton now has two new, full-time immigrant settlement workers to support new Nova Scotians settling on the island.

Immigrant Settlement Service Expands in Port Hawkesbury

Immigration

Port Hawkesbury now has a new, full-time immigrant settlement worker to support new Nova Scotians.

Immigrant Settlement Service Expands in Annapolis Valley

Immigration

The Annapolis Valley now has a new, full-time immigrant settlement worker to support new Nova Scotians.

Funding Expands English-language Training for South Shore Newcomers

Immigration

English as an Additional Language training for newcomers on the South Shore is expanding with funding announced as part of Budget 2016-2017.

Ministers Unveil New Products in Arabic for Emergency Preparedness Week

Emergency Management Office / Immigration

Arabic-speaking immigrants are getting help preparing emergency plans and emergency kits during Emergency Preparedness Week.

Fund Launched to Help Local Groups Integrate Refugees

Immigration

As part of Budget 2016-2017 the province is creating a fund to assist community and sponsor groups that are helping refugees integrate into Nova Scotia communities.

Nova Scotia's New Business Immigration Streams Launched

Immigration

Government officially launched its two new business immigration streams Jan. 1.