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Express Entry Round
Date: September 19, 2018
Minimum Score: 441
Invitations Received: 3,500
Total in the pool: 90,076
Comment: 2 weeks since the last invitation. We're back to 441. Competition will continue to go up with people concentrating on their language levels, which is what separates most applicants from each other. We still don't expect the minimum threshold to go below 440 considering the number of people in the 431-440 range and the increase competition. With Quebec and Saskatchewan changing to Expression of Interest (EOI), this could be a new viable avenue for skilled workers with lower scores, who want to immigrate without a job offer.
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The popular Quebec Investor Program is officially open. There are 1750 spots available. This is an extremely popular program, where thousands of potential applicants are seeking to be one of 1750 applicants that Quebec accepts each round. In order to qualify, you must have at least $2 million in assets and be willing to invest either $1.2 million in the province of Quebec and receive it back in five (5) years without interest, OR finance it through one of the accepted banks for $350,000. You need to show management experience and/or ownership experience as well.

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Interesting fact about Quebec: Ever heard of the Magdalen Islands archipelago? It’s a sun-kissed paradise where salty winds from the sea sing a melody that makes time stop. It’s a foodie heaven where artsy locals welcome you large grins and open arms.

📍 Located in the middle of the Gulf of St Lawrence the archipelago is only accessible by ✈️ and by 🛥️ from Prince Edward Island.

Local tip 📝: If you make it to this little piece of heaven on earth, we recommend you indulge in a slice of “Pied-De-Vent” cheese drizzled with “Miel en Mer” honey, two local specialties you might have to take home with you!

via: 📷 : janikrobichaud (Instagram)
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Express Entry Round
Date: September 5, 2018
Minimum Score: 440
Invitations Received: 3,900
Total in the pool: 89,137
Comment: 2 weeks since the last invitation. We have seen an increase in the number of invitations, however, we still don't expect the minimum threshold to go below 440 considering the number of people in the 431-440 range. With Quebec and Saskatchewan changing to EOI, this could be a new viable avenue for skilled workers with lower scores, who want to immigrate without a job offer.
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Express Entry Round
Date: August 22, 2018
Minimum Score: 440
Invitations Received: 3,750
Total in the pool: 88,215

Comment: 13 days since the last invitation. We don't expect the minimum threshold to go below 440. With Quebec and Saskatchewan changing to EOI, this could be a new viable avenue for skilled worker who want to immigrate without a job offer.
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Proud Halifax locals (known as Haligonians), many of whom have come from other parts of Nova Scotia, have a great quality of life: sea breezes keep the air clean; leafy, manicured parks and gardens nestle between heritage buildings; there's a thriving arts, theater and culinary scene; and the numerous pubs, with their craft-brew culture and love for bands, quite simply, go off.
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Canoe believe this? 😸
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Express Entry Round
Date: August 9, 2018
Minimum Score: 440
Invitations Received: 3,750
Total in the pool: 87,573

Comment: 2 weeks since the last invitation and only a 1 point change in the minimum threshold. We don't expect the minimum threshold to go below 440 as there are over 8,380 people in the 431-440 points range. With Quebec and Saskatchewan changing to EOI, this could be a new viable avenue for skilled worker who want to immigrate without a job offer.
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Québec City is the only city remaining today in North America that has a stone barrier surrounding it. It is fascinating to catch a glimpse of a history that has been so totally preserved. The picturesque old cobblestone streets are sprinkled with historic buildings, churches and shops, with the magnificent St. Lawrence River as the backdrop. Surrounding this setting are the stone walls or fortifications which the French built hundreds of years ago to protect the city from being attacked. Though one could see the influence of French settlers here and there, the resemblance with Edinburgh's architecture is sometimes stunning, and reflects the period of time when the English were dominant.

Le Petit Champlain is one of the most charming areas in Quebec City.

📷: Emmanuel Coveney Photographe - Artiste Numérique
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The Quebec Immigrant Investor Program will open from September 10, 2018, to March 15, 2019, to 1,500 applications.

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As research has shown, many who use this program to immigrate to Canada, end up leaving for cities like Toronto and Vancouver after becoming permanent residents. Here is a reminder why Montreal, Quebec is one of the most vibrant and culturally diverse cities in Canada.
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In Canada, this is pretty much a normal summer day for us. Stunning lakes surrounded by mountains, and spent with good friends. This is a secret lake located near Chilliwack, BC, Canada
📷: Taylor Burk Photography
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