Articles from "November, 2011"

Indian/Pakistani Halal Restaurant

Saturday, November 19, 2011   Business For Sale    

Located in Scarborough, Canada – Ontario Asking price is $ 68,000 Bright & Spacious Fully Equipped Restaurant Located At Prime Intersection In Scarborough! Over 7 Years Established With Excellent Exposure On Busy Ellesmere! Specializing In Halal Indian & Pakistani Foods! Could Easily Be Converted To Any Type Of Cuisine Like Sri Lankan, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Etc! Don’t Miss This Exciting Opportunity! Sales $26,000-$30,000/Month! Nets $75K According To Vendor! Rent $3700/Month Includes T.M.I. & G.S.T.; Lease 5 Years + 5 Years Option To Renew! Capacity For [...]

Immigration Lawyer Toronto

Saturday, November 19, 2011   Immigration Consultants    

  Chaudhary Law Office provides full legal service in all facets of Canadian Immigration, including refused, delayed, and complex cases. Some of these cases often result in appearances at the Federal Court of Canada and the Immigration Refugee Board. We provide legal expertise in refusals or delays in processing of federal skilled workers, businesspersons, investors, sponsorship of parents, spouses, medical inadmissibility and criminal admissibility of the foregoing, loss of permanent resident status, loss of citizenship, passport privileges, acquiring permanent residence while in Canada, and preventing [...]

8 Ways the Government of Ontario Is Helping Immigrants in the Province

Friday, November 18, 2011   Immigration Tips    

The government of Canada has some programs and monies in place to help people who have immigrated to Canada. This information can be useful for those who have already immigrated to Canada as well as the people who are thinking of immigrating to Canada as they will know what to expect.     The federal government has agreed to issue an extra $920 million for five years in order to give additional training in English or French to those who have immigrated to Canada. In [...]

6 Canadian Immigration Categories

Friday, November 18, 2011   Immigration Tips    

A lot of people want to immigrate to Canada, as they feel this is a safe country where there are many jobs and business opportunity. In fact, many will come to Canada to get a post secondary education on a student visa, and eventually become landed immigrant. In order to have a better understanding of the immigration options in Canada, it is important to know about the 6 categories that exist. Skilled Workers and Professionals In order to be eligible to become a skilled worker [...]

Canada As a Prosperous Economic Nation For Immigration

Friday, November 18, 2011   Immigration Tips    
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Canada has long enjoyed popularity as a great tourist destination. Immensely beautiful countryside and a vast array of outdoor activities, has always attracted tourists from different parts of the world. Cities such as Quebec and Montreal rich in tradition and also Toronto, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver with exemplary architecture are all worth the journey. Canada has a large domestic and foreign tourism industry. This second largest country in the world everything to lure globe trotters, from nature lovers, shopping buffs to adventure seekers. Canada belongs [...]

Travel To Canada: Basics

Friday, November 18, 2011   Immigration Tips    

Canada is a popular holiday destination, and offers visitors a mix of urban sophistication and outdoor pleasures. Visitors’ facilities are generally excellent. Accommodations and restaurants are of international standard, public transportation is efficient, and tourist information centers are found nearly everywhere. Entry Requirements All visitors to Canada should have a passport valid for longer than the intended period of stay. Travelers from the UK, US, EU, and all British Commonwealth countries do not require a special visa to visit Canada. Tourists are issued with a [...]

Top 5 Common Mistakes Made When Applying for Immigration in Canada

Friday, November 18, 2011   Immigration Tips    

As those who have already gone through this process will be able to tell you, applying to become a permanent resident can sometimes be an overwhelming task as there is a lot of paperwork that comes with it and it can sometimes be easy to make a mistake. In order to help you make this process a little easier, the following article will give the five common mistakes that are made during the application process. 1. Not Calculating the Points Properly In order to become [...]

What Makes Canada the Country to Immigrate To?

Friday, November 18, 2011   Immigration Tips    

When it comes to deciding upon a country to immigrate, nothing can beat Canada. It is one of those few nations in the world that actually considers its immigrants an asset. When compared to the immigration process followed by other developed nations, Canada is more flexible and an easier destination to immigrate to and settle down. Canada has been accepting a high number of new immigrants year after year. This year, the country would see around two hundred and sixty five thousand fresh immigrants seeking [...]

4 Things You Must Know to Work Temporarily in Canada

Friday, November 18, 2011   Immigration Tips    

Working temporarily in Canada can be a gateway to becoming a permanent resident or simply a way to come make a little bit more money or to do something different. 150,000 workers from other countries come to Canada every year to compensate for skill shortages or even to work as caregivers. 1. Employer to Determine Eligibility The person who wishes to hire you will need to make sure that he is able to have someone from outside of Canada perform the duties that he wants [...]

3 Must-Know Facts About Canadian Immigration

Friday, November 18, 2011   Immigration Tips    

There are some misconceptions when it comes to immigrating to Canada, and although some may try to make you believe that the following facts are not true have been misinformed. These facts need to be known by anyone who is interested in immigrating to Canada. 1. Everyone Entering Canada Will be Screened for Security Risks Whenever someone enters the country, they must be screened to make sure they are not a security risk. The reason for this is to ensure the safety of everyone in [...]

Immigrating in Canada As an Investor

Friday, November 18, 2011   Immigration Tips    

 Today Immigration has become one of the sources for ameliorating the economy of the country. With the steady inflow of immigrants, the countries have started to look at it as one of the generators of long time profit. Out of the whole group of immigrants the category of the investors are such who have the power of making an immediate constructive contribution to the nation as they arrive. Considering this fact the countries have started broadening their measures so as to increase the inflow of [...]

Moving expenses

Saturday, November 12, 2011   Tax Matters    

Generally, you can deduct moving expenses you paid in 2011 if both of the following apply: You moved to work or run a business or to study full-time at an educational institution that offers post-secondary courses. You moved at least 40 kilometres closer to your new work or school. Notes If you moved before 2011 but could not claim all your expenses on your return for that year or later, you may be able to claim the remaining expenses on your return for 2011. In [...]

5 Tips to Finding Clients in the New Economy

Saturday, November 12, 2011   Marketing And Sales    

Every business owner knows that locating new clients is an important part of maintaining a profitable business. We expend a great deal of money and effort to propel our company name and product into the consciousness of potential customers in order to get them to come through the door, ring the phone and ensure we keep the doors open with their hard earned purchases. The irony of conducting business in the New Economy is that although our advertising dollars have decreased along with our customers’ [...]

Financing Small Business

Saturday, November 12, 2011   Business Articles, Business Financing    

The primary reason most people do not follow through on a great idea or business plan is because they think the funds necessary to bring it to fruition are unavailable to them. There are various financing options open to new or expanding small businesses. The beginning entrepreneur has many potential backers for a good idea. Aside from any personal resources, the budding small business can enlist the financial support of venture capitalists, “angel” investors and traditional banks. In addition to these, there are many government [...]

Canadian Government Offers Millions for Small Businesses

Wednesday, November 9, 2011   Business Articles, Business Financing    

For years, the Canadian government has distributed millions of dollars in grants in an effort to strengthen local economies. The intention is to invest in the development of businesses of various sizes and sectors, contributing to the economic growth of the nation. Many departments within the Canadian government accept relevant proposals for free grants. When a proposal is submitted to the appropriate department, basic eligibility requirements are checked and the proposal is evaluated based on the feasibility, sustainability and community impact of the project. Free [...]