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The path to Canadian immigration has gotten a bit bumpy with COVID-19

The pandemic is throwing up roadblocks to meeting Canada’s ambitious targets for new Canadians

The path to Canadian immigration has gotten a bit bumpy with COVID-19

For at least some would-be immigrants to Canada, there was a bit of good news announced in mid-February. The federal government said that it sent invitations to 27,300 candidates to apply for permanent resident status under the Canadian Experience Class category, giving them 90 days to apply.

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