Provincial officials decided just two weeks before a popular program was supposed to die that they might not kill it after all. Alberta will continue to take applications to the Post-Graduate Worker Category indefinitely.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada has removed bad information about the impact of traveling after graduation. The inaccurate information affected more than 50,000 international students who apply for a Post-Graduation Work Permit in Canada each year.
Important advice about the Post-Graduation Work Permit is wrong on the federal government website. Recent graduates won’t lose their ability to work if they leave the country after applying for a Post-Graduation Work Permit and then return.
International students in Atlantic Canada should get better and longer work permits than students in the rest of Canada as part of a strategy to boost immigration to the region. (Members only until Nov. 13)