Federal Government Agrees To 42 Per Cent Increase in SINP Nominations and Reduce Duplication in Immigration Assessments

The federal government has agreed to reduce federal duplication in the processing of Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) nominations. IRCC has agreed to amend federal regulations and the Canada-Saskatchewan Immigration Agreement to give Saskatchewan the sole authority over assessing a candidate's ability to economically establish and their intent to reside within Saskatchewan. In addition, IRCC has agreed to increase the annual allocation of provincial nominees for 2023, as well as announcing increased notional allocations for 2024 and 2025. These decisions are positive steps toward further provincial autonomy over immigration. [...]

Cooling Economy and Rising Prices Result in Fewer Restaurant Visits in January

According to Restaurants Canada’s latest REACT Survey, the number of restaurant purchases made by Canadians continued to trend down in January 2023. Based on a monthly survey of 1500 Canadians, Restaurants Canada’s Consumer Dining Index is calculated as a weighted average of the number of times Canadians purchased a meal or snack from a restaurant in the past month, and then indexed to July 2022. [...]

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Industry Challenges Shaping Canada’s Restaurant and Foodservice Industry in 2023

RC Show shares food & beverage trends, industry challenges and the solutions shaping our dining experiences going forward. [...]


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