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  1. As an employer, do you wish you could improve the English language skills of your workforce? Do you worry about hiring permanent residents when their English is a work in progress? If so, the Canada-Alberta Job Grant may be worth checking out. This program offers grants to offset some of the costs of training your workforce and these grants can be used towards ESL training for your workers. The catch is that workers being trained must already be citizens or permanent residents.
  2. Are you an employer who runs a fast food restaurant and is interested in applying for an LMIA? If so, you should know about the Frankie’s Burgers case. Fast food employers may be expected to include part-time options in job advertisements, especially for lower skilled positions.
  3. Want to know whether you’ll have trouble with the IELTS or CELPIP? Try this free language assessment tool.
  4.  Is your spouse a skilled worker or working on a bridging open work permit or a post-graduate work permit? If so, you may qualify for an open work permit, but only if your spouse is a skilled worker currently working in Canada. Make sure you submit proof of your spouse’s skilled employment, such as a letter from his or her employer when submitting your application for a work permit.
  5. Are you interested in sponsoring a parent or grandparent for permanent residence? If so, it’s never too soon to start planning. The next round of applications will be accepted by IRCC at the beginning of January 2017, but numbers are limited!

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