Moving to Canada, Work

Finding Work as an Immigrant in Canada: The Job Hunt

Hello! We know that this post is a few months overdue and we apologize for that. It's just that things have gotten really really busy and fast-paced the last few months and it was hard to find time to sit down and write. However, after finishing up some morning chores on this Saturday morning, we… Continue reading Finding Work as an Immigrant in Canada: The Job Hunt

British Columbia, Moving to Canada, Vancouver, Work

Finding Work as an Immigrant in Canada: Another Leap of Faith

It has now been a couple of months since we landed in Canada and we have been sharing with you guys most of the things that new immigrants go through when moving to Canada like getting your SIN and driver's license.¬†However, we haven't really touched on what arguably is the most important part of being… Continue reading Finding Work as an Immigrant in Canada: Another Leap of Faith

Banking, Landing, Moving to Canada, Prince Edward Island, SIN, Work

Moving to Canada: Touchdown, Charlottetown

After a smooth 2-hour flight from Toronto via Air Canada Rouge, we finally arrived in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. The Charlottetown Airport was quite small, having only one baggage conveyor and no immigration counters as it only serves domestic flights. But us Filipinos are used to that! We even have smaller airports in some provinces… Continue reading Moving to Canada: Touchdown, Charlottetown

Education, Moving to Canada, Open Work Permit, Permanent Resident, Post-Graduation Work Permit, Student Visa, Work

Moving to Canada: The Student’s Path

Coming from the changes made to the Comprehensive Ranking System for Canadian Express Entry, it seems that the popular consensus is that the best way to get invited for Permanent Residency is to get a Provincial Nomination from the many different provinces in Canada. This might be true for most people, but for those who… Continue reading Moving to Canada: The Student’s Path