December 20, 2016


Manitoba Spotlight

THE CANADIAN MUSEUM FOR HUMAN RIGHTS Address: 85 Israel Asper Way, Downtow, near Forks park The Canadian Museum of Human Rights in Winnipeg is the first national museum outside the Canadian capital to honor Winnipeg's important role in the Canadian human rights movement. Designed by the famous Antioe Predock. This is Canada's newest and most eye-catching landmark, dominating Winnipeg, as if a skyline shone like a beacon. JOURNEY TO CHURCHILL AT ASSINIBOINE PARK ZOO Address:2595 Roblin Boulevard The spectacular 10-acre "Churchill Journeys" exhibition is open to the public in 2014 at the Assiniboine Park Zoo in Winnipeg. THE FORKS NATIONAL ...
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Manitoba Support Program

MPNP SWO-Manitoba Support Manitoba Nominee Program, which was suspended for eight months later and permanent to reopen on April 30, 2015, there was a major policy change made by the Manitoba immigration, it was divided into two categories- SWM (Skilled worker in Manitoba) and SWO (Skilled Worker Overseas) Applicants who are in China or overseas generally apply for SWO category (ie, relatives/ friends support); international student graduates in Manitoba generally apply under SWM category. Applicants who apply for SWO, must be able to prove that they have established the necessary connection with Manitoba, it can be from the immediate family ...
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Study, Work and Immigrate in Manitoba

”ONE STOP” service to study, work and immigrate in Manitoba Key features about the program: Our company provides assistance to students to find a full time job For all college/university graduates who work in Manitoba, they might be eligible for the income tax rebates for up to 60% of the tuition fees For high school graduates, provided that they have met all the education and work experience requirements, they might be able to obtain the permanent resident status at around the age of 21. If they wish to continue to study in Canada, they might be eligible to apply for ...
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