In September, Statistics Canada and Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) unveiled NOC 2021. IRCC will incorporate the changes in fall 2022.
- Canadian immigration is making major changes to NOC in 2022
In recent years, more international migrants have chosen to settle in Canada’s small and mid-sized cities than in the 4 largest urban centers (Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal and Calgary) combined.
With the supportive policies of the Canadian government and COVID vaccination plans that are in place, we foresee a return to normalcy in student enrolments and in-person learning in 2022.
Canada announces New Travel updates and opening of borders for international students & extended family members
Immigration minister announces further strengthening of the public health presence at the border and processes to support enhanced family reunification & entry of international students