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member of provincial parliament


An individual, elected by the people, in a particular electoral district or constituency to represent them in the provincial parliament. Ontario’s provincial parliament is located in Toronto.
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provincial nominee


A person nominated by a province or territory to come to Canada. Provincial nominees are selected according to the economic needs of the province that nominates them. For example, Manitoba may recruit nominees who are tool and die makers, while Alberta may seek to bring nurses to the province. Nominees must meet federal admissibility requirements, [..]
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subsidized housing


All types of government-assisted housing where the amount of rent paid is determined by the tenant's income and not by the size or type of accommodation. Sometimes referred to as social housing.
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accreditation


Approval to an institution by an official review board after the institution has met specific requirements.
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adoption


Formally receiving custody of a child.
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applicant


A person who applies to immigrate to Canada.
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apprenticeships


Apprenticeship training is a combination of on-the-job learning and in-class instruction leading to a Certificate of Qualification in a skilled trade. Apprentices are employees and earn a salary for the work they do, while they develop their skills under the direction of more experienced workers.
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assessment tools


Tests that have been developed for determining the English or French proficiency of an individual normally in the four basic skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening or may be an assessment test to ensure they can enter a particular program (bridge training) or an academic or professional program.
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background check


A procedure to prevent criminals and security threats from entering Canada. Everyone who applies to become a permanent resident of Canada who is 18 years of age or older must undergo a background check. During a background check, immigration officers review the permanent residence application, security, intelligence and criminal conviction records, [..]
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bridging projects for internationally trained professionals and tradespeople


Intended to help qualified internationally trained individuals move quickly into the labour market by assessing their existing skills and competencies and providing training and Canadian workplace experience without duplicating what they have already learned.
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