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Business Leaders Want Action

March 11, 2012: Canadian business leaders were asked to rank a number of key issues that should be addressed in the upcoming federal budget. Their responses clearly show that the gap between available jobs and the skill set of available workers is of key concern. As reported by BNN, the Gandalf Group’s most recent C-Suite reportshows that…

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Detailed Valuations for Household Goods, Trend or Anomaly?

February 28, 2012: Recently we have seen an increase in the incidences of employees being asked for additional information when crossing the border in advance of their household goods shipment. When transporting household goods into Canada from the United States the employee is required to provide a listing of goods accompanying them as well as…

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UK Announces New Independent Border Agency

February 24, 2012: In response to a report from the Independent Chief Inspector for the UK Border Agency, the UKBA has announced that it will be establishing an independent agency, the UK Border Force. The new agency will be created in early March 2012 and will be responsible for border controls and inspection services. View…

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The US has New L-1 Visa Rule

February 16, 2012: As reported by Fragomen, the US Department of State announced a new rule that allows L-1 visas to be issued for up to five years. View the full Fragomen report.

Canada’s Rental Vacancy Rate Decreases

February 6, 2012: As reported by CMHC the average rental apartment vacancy rate in 35 of Canada’s major centres showed a slight year over year decrease. Their Rental Market Survey shows that the vacancy rate dipped to 2.2 per cent in October 2011, from 2.6 per cent in October 2010. The report also reveals an…

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Canada’s Housing Market

January 12, 2012: Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) has released its Housing Market Outlook. CMHC notes that employment levels will be pushed higher this year and next, which in conjunction with relatively low mortgage rates, will continue to support demand for new homes. As a result, growth in the average MLS price is expected…

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