Ackah said as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, prospective immigrants are contacting her from China and India. They're interested in buying and running businesses in Canada. Those job creators are who the province should be attracting. Although business prospects are rough right now, Calgary lawyer Evelyn Ackah said they will bounce back. When they do, they're going to need immigrants to do the jobs Canadians just won't do.
On the 3 Questions Webcast with Wayne Baxter, Senior Executive Manager at Wealth Management with One Capital Management, Wayne asks Calgary immigration lawyer Evelyn Ackah 3 questions ...Read More
Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) has announced the Emerging Innovators Challenge, a $40 million program to support small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Alberta to develop ...Read More
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Recent changes to Canada's director residency requirements make it easier for international businesses to expand into Canada, and create jobs for Canadians. Canada is a popular ...Read More
Many foreign business owners who want to expand into Canada have questions about the director residency requirements for incorporating a business in Canada. In the past, at least ...Read More