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Dental Technology Science Prepares International Student Grads to Work in the Dental Field

Dental technicians aren’t usually dreamed of by high school international students since it is not a common career. Families and friends are usually the ones who introduce them to the profession. For a very long time, dental technicians have been favored in the medical industry. According to the Job Bank of Canada, this position offers a median hourly wage of $23 per hour.

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Here is Why International Students Should Study in Manitoba

Manitoba is a popular choice for international students. Over 18,000 international students from 100 countries have been enrolled in Manitoba schools and post-secondary institutions since 2018. They have contributed more than $400 million to Manitoba’s gross domestic product. They have also supported over 4,250 jobs in the province. As well, the Province of Manitoba has established its own Provincial Nominee Program (PNP). Those working in Manitoba, including international students, can also take the Manitoba Work Experience Pathway!


4 Programs International Students must Consider at Georgian College in Canada

Georgian College was founded in 1967 and is located in Barrie, north of Toronto, Canada. It is about 40 minutes from Toronto International Airport to the campus. Thus, it is known as “Toronto’s Back Garden.” Georgian College is one of the oldest public colleges in Ontario, Canada. It has seven campuses and 13,000 full-time students, of which 4,500 international students come from 85 countries and regions.

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4 Top Reasons Why Mobile Phone Repair is the Future Career

Want to learn the trades of repairing technology? The technology industry is constantly evolving. Many people carry older devices as they may not feel the need to buy new ones. Yes, even here in Canada. Devices such as Mobile Phones, Tablets, and Laptops are frequently due for repairs. Many businesses in Canada have built their foundation in repairing devices.

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Why Do We Celebrate Labour Day in Canada?

Labour Day is celebrated annually on the first Monday of September. A holiday created to celebrate labourers, it is often recognised as the last holiday of the summer. Labour Day is a Statutory holiday in Canada, meaning a day-off of work for most people. It is also the last day before school starts, making it a great opportunity for an end of summer bash!


Returning to Post-Secondary Institutions in Fall 2021: Saskatchewan Polytechnic

Saskatchewan Polytechnic is working with the Ministry of Advanced Education and all post-secondary institutions in Saskatchewan to safely reopen campus to more international students in fall 2021. Please monitor pandemic related information directly from IRCC and Government of Canada about international students and travel to Canada.