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How to immigrate to Canada under the Express Entry System

I’m excited to announce the launch of How to Immigrate to Canada under the Express Entry System my 46-lectures online Udemy course.



How to Immigrate to Canada under the Express Entry System” course has been developed to assist International trained professionals like you to learn how you can become eligible to apply for Canadian Permanent Residency via the Express Entry System under the different immigration programs available In Canada and what you will require in order to begin your application.

This course includes a basic overview of the Express Entry system, the different eligible immigration programs, the required language and acceptance tests.
 It also covers some resources design to assist professional immigrants to navigate the Canadian labor market and secure employment.
By the end of this course, you will know some of the strategies and resources used in your immigration journey, job search in Canada and how to integrate into the Canadian labor market and start your new life in the True North.
The course covers the following themes:

·       How to be eligible for the different Canadian Immigration programs.
·       How to apply using the Express Entry system
·       How to understand the accreditation procedure for your occupation in Canada.
·       How to integrate into the Canadian Labor Market and get a job.
·       How to use the Come to Canada Wizard.
·       How to evaluate your language knowledge.
·       How to get your educational credential assessment.
·       How to use the NOC Matrix.
·       How to understand the CRS.
·       Best strategies to improve your EE profile. 



This course is for internationally trained professionals with an intermediate level of English or French.
So take the course, tell your friends and send me some feedback, because I will be adding more material based on your feedback.

In celebration of the course’s launch, I’m offering up a limited time offer for the first 100 readers to enroll!
 Use the coupon code BONUS10 for a 70% discount on the original price.

 Not too shabby, right?!

This offer will only last till November 30th, 2018.

I’m looking forward to seeing how this goes, so don’t hesitate to holla back!

 And thank you in advance for your support and feedback!


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1,029 Nova Scotia employers request foreign workers

More than 1,000 companies in N.S. in almost all sectors of the economy have applied for permission to use foreign workers, CBC News has learned.
Documents show between January 2009 and the end of April 2012 there were 1,029 requests from Nova Scotia employers to bring in foreign workers. In each case they have to prove they can't find qualified people in the province.
"I knew it was high but I was really surprised it was that high," said Rick Clarke of the Nova Scotia Federation of Labour.
The list contains dozens of restaurants, universities, regional health authorities, day cares, long-term care facilities and some of the provinces biggest employers from Michelin Tires to Nova Scotia Power.
Clarke said he believes too many employers are using the program to get easy access to workers rather than investing in training Nova Scotians.
"They are taking the lazy way and to be quite honest not the real responsible way out of this," he said.
Premier Darrell Dexter said the program also costs Nova Scotians jobs in other ways.
"When cuts come to the workforce because they are required to give so many hours to temporary foreign workers it’s often local workers who end up without work while temporary foreign workers are being used," he said
Dexter says he believes the increased use of foreign workers is tied to cuts in employment insurance benefits. He said local seasonal workers are forced to head out west making it difficult for employers to get the workers they need
The number of people working in Nova Scotia has slightly increased according to Statistics Canada. About 400 hundred jobs were added over the last month.
Nationally, the unemployment rate is unchanged at 7.2 per cent.
Source: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/1-029-nova-scotia-employers-request-foreign-workers-1.1406897

List of Licensed Recruiters for Foreign Workers in Nova Scotia.

  • Recruiters of foreign workers must hold a recruiter licence from Labour Standards to provide recruitment services. Note: employers who do their own recruitment work do not need a recruiter licence, however they will need an employer registration certificate from Labour Standards.
  • Employers who want to use a foreign worker recruiter must use a licensed recruiter.
  • Recruiters and employers cannot charge a worker, directly or indirectly, fees for assisting in finding the worker employment. This rule applies to all workers (i.e., both foreign workers and workers who are not foreign workers).
  • Recruiters and employers must keep and maintain records relating to the recruitment of foreign workers for at least three years after the records are made.
Below is a list of licensed recruiters in Nova Scotia. These are the only recruiters who are allowed to recruit foreign workers for employers in Nova Scotia. Please contact Labour Standards if you have questions.
Bo Zhan, ICCRC
Panorama Immigration Service Limited
Phone: (902)492-0369

www.panoim.com
Expiration September 30, 2021
Blake Doyle
Confederation Capital/ Island Recruiting
www.ConfederationCapital.com
www.IslandRecruiting.com
License expires July 26, 2021
Conditions have been attached to this licence:
  • Before entering into a recruitment contract with any client, this recruiter must provide the Labour Standards Division with:
    • the name of the client,
    • the name of the client representative,
    • a list of the proposed recruitment services and associated fees that are to be performed and the names of each individual who will perform those services,
    • a list of all other activities that will be performed in association with the recruitment contract and the names of the employees or subcontractors who will perform those services;
    • If the client is an employer; the number of employees sought and the nature of the employment positions to be filled,
  • Before entering into a recruitment contract with any client, this recruiter must provide the client with a copy of their licence and conditions, and the Labour Standards Division with a statutory declaration indicating that a copy of their licence and licence conditions have been provided to the client;
  • All recruitment contracts with clients must be in writing.
Xu Bai (RCIC)
Golden Harvest Developments Ltd.
Phone: (506) 471-3465
Licence expires on August 26, 2021
Pawan Kumar Sharma (ICCRC)
Cansure Immigration & Educational Consultants Private Limited
Phone: 778-823-2834
WhatsApp: 001-778-792-6954

www.cansureimmigration.com
Licence expires on August 7, 2021
M. Anisur Rahaman (ICCRC)
INFO Immigration Centre for Application Inc./Centre pour Demande d'Immigration
(306) 999-5150

www.iica-cdii.ca
Licence expires on May 13, 2021
Ran Yi (ICCRC)
Easypass Immigration & Education Consulting Inc.
(902) 407-2885

www.easypass1000.com
Licence expires on May 09, 2021
Igor Yushchenko, Barrister and Solicitor
IY International Law Group Ltd.
(902) 818-7763

www.bacchuslawfirm.ca
Licence expires on May 09, 2021
Dennis Brazolot (ICCRC)
Brazolot Migration Group (B.M.G)
(450) 458-2186

www.brazolotgroup.com
Licence expires on June 14, 2021
Andrew VanSlyke, ICCRC
GV5 Immigration and Business Consulting

gv5consulting.ca
Licence expires on May 14, 2020
Conditions have been attached to this licence:
  • Before entering into a recruitment contract with any client, this recruiter must provide the Labour Standards Division with:
    • a list of the proposed recruitment services and associated fees that are to be performed and the names of each individual who will perform those services,
    • a list of all other activities that will be performed in association with the recruitment contract and the names of the employees or subcontractors who will perform those services;
  • Before entering into a recruitment contract with any client, this recruiter must provide the client with a copy of their licence and conditions, and the Labour Standards Division with a statutory declaration indicating that a copy of their licence and licence conditions have been provided to the client;
  • All recruitment contracts with clients must be in writing.
Marjorie Quintos, ICCRC
Mercan Recruit Ltd.
(514)282-9214

www.mercan.com
Licence expires on May 16, 2020
Conditions have been attached to this licence:
  • Before entering into a recruitment contract with any client, this recruiter must provide the Labour Standards Division with:
    • the name of the employer,
    • the name of the employer representative,
    • the number of employees sought and the nature of the employment positions to be filled,
    • a list of the proposed recruitment services that are to be performed and the names of each licensed recruiter who will perform those services,
    • a list of all other activities that will be performed in association with the recruitment contract and the names of the employees or subcontractors who will perform those services
  • Before entering into a recruitment contract with any employer, you must provide the employer with a copy of your licence and conditions, and the Labour Standards Division with a statutory declaration indicating that a copy of your licence and licence conditions have been provided to the employer;
  • all recruitment contracts with employers must be in writing; and
  • the corporation under which you provide recruitment services, Mercan Recruit Limited, must be registered to do business in Nova Scotia, pursuant to the Corporations Registration Act, and you must, at all times during the currency of your licence, maintain the registration of the corporation in good standing.
Paul Villeneuve, ICCRC
NewTown Immigration Inc.
(902) 292-4992

www.newtowncanada.com
Licence expires on July 25, 2019
Elizabeth Wozniak, Barrister and Solicitor
North Star Immigration Law Inc.
(902) 446-4747

www.nsimmigration.ca
Licence expires on 30 July 2019
Rosalie Sulit, ICCRC
Pro-Care Immigration Consulting Inc.
(905) 565-1908

www.procareimmigration.ca
Licence expires on January 10, 2020
Nicole E. Druckman, Barrister and Solicitor
Delehanty Rinzler Druckman
(506) 857-3031

www.immigrate2nb.com
Licence expires on January 10, 2020
Subhash Punia, ICCRC
Atlantic Jobs Limited
(902) 362-2202
Fax: (905) 362-2201

www.atlanticjobs.net
Licence expires on 4 June 2021
Effective June 1, 2016 conditions have been attached to this licence:
  • before entering into a recruitment contract with any employer, this recruiter must provide the Labour Standards Division with:
    • the name of the employer,
    • the name of the employer representative,
    • the number of employees sought and the nature of the employment positions to be filled,
    • a list of the proposed recruitment services that are to be performed and the names of each licensed recruiter who will perform those services,
    • a list of all other activities that will be performed in association with the recruitment contract and the names of the employees or subcontractors who will perform those services;
  • before entering into a recruitment contract with any employer, this recruiter must provide the employer with a copy of their licence and conditions, and the Labour Standards Division with a statutory declaration indicating that a copy of their licence and licence conditions have been provided to the employer;
  • all recruitment contracts with employers must be in writing; and
  • the corporation under which this recruiter provides recruitment services, Atlantic Jobs Limited, must be registered to do business in Nova Scotia, pursuant to the Corporations Registration Act, and this recruiter must, at all times during the currency of this licence, maintain the registration of the corporation in good standing.”;
Ethan Kim, Barrister and Solicitor
Kim & Lake Law
Suite 300, 5991 Spring Garden Road,
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 1Y6
Phone : (902) 407-4677
Fax : (902) 407-2699

www.ethankimlaw.com
Licence expires on 21 March 2019
Michael Wilson ICCRC
UK 2 Nova Scotia
01144 7719 008923 (UK)

Skype: canadaimmigrationsolutions
www.uk2novascotia.com
www.Canadaimmigrationsolutions.com
Licence expires on 7 April 2019
Daniel Billard, ICCRC
Gyre Immigration Limited
(902) 405 6544

http://www.gyreimmigration.ca
Licence expires on 18 June 2020
Galo Castillo
Workvantage International Workforce Solutions Inc.
(416) 800-0843

www.workvantage.ca
Licence expires on 30 November 2020
Conditions have been attached to this licence:
  • Before entering into a recruitment contract with any client, this recruiter must provide the Labour Standards Division with:
    • the name of the client,
    • the name of the client representative,
    • a list of the proposed recruitment services that are to be performed and the names of each licensed recruiter who will perform those services,
    • a list of all other activities that will be performed in association with the recruitment contract and the names of the employees or subcontractors who will perform those services;
    • If the client is an employer; the number of employees sought and the nature of the employment positions to be filled,
  • Before entering into a recruitment contract with any client, you must provide the client with a copy of their licence and conditions, and the Labour Standards Division with a statutory declaration indicating that a copy of their licence and licence conditions have been provided to the client;
All recruitment contracts with clients must be in writing;
Michael Lieffers, ICCRC
International Movement of People Consulting Inc. carrying on business as IMP Canada
(306) 651-5335

www.impcanada.ca
Licence expires on 18 June 2020
Pranav Kumar Shah
Parry Immigration Solutions Inc.
(647) 995-8040

www.parryimmigration.com
License expires on January 15, 2021
Tanzeela Hanif, ICCRC
Naco Immigration & Recruitment Services
(647) 865-3899

www.nacoconsultant.com
License expires on April 18, 2021
Conditions have been attached to this licence:
Before entering into a recruitment contract with any client, this recruiter must provide the Labour Standards Division with:
  • the name of the client,
  • the name of the client representative,
  • a list of the proposed recruitment services and associated fees that are to be performed and the names of each individual who will perform those services,
  • a list of all other activities that will be performed in association with the recruitment contract and the names of the employees or subcontractors who will perform those services;
  • If the client is an employer; the number of employees sought and the nature of the employment positions to be filled,
Before entering into a recruitment contract with any client, this recruiter must provide the client with a copy of their licence and conditions, and provide the Labour Standards Division with a statutory declaration indicating that a copy of their licence and licence conditions have been provided to the client;
All recruitment contracts with clients must be in writing; and
The corporation under which this recruiter provides recruitment services, Naco Immigration & Recruitment Services, must be registered to do business in Nova Scotia, pursuant to the Corporations Registration Act, and this recruiter must, at all times during the currency of this licence, maintain the registration of the corporation in good standing.

Jeff Johnston (ICCRC) 
Frontier Immigration Services (Canada)
(506) 875-1972

www.frontiercanada.ca
Licence expires on June 14, 2021
Sourabh Kohli (ICCRC)
Study Work & Immigrate Consultants Inc.
(905) 792 7449

www.swicimmigration.ca
Licence expires on June 14, 2021

Updated: October-05-18 

Labour Standards has the authority to suspend or cancel a recruiter licence so please consult this page regularly.
Source: https://novascotia.ca/lae/employmentrights/fw/licensedrecruiters.asp

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot -Designated Employers in Nova Scotia.

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is a creative approach to addressing our labour market challenges.
Employers in Nova Scotia can use the Pilot to hire foreign workers.
Individuals cannot apply for the pilot. We encourage individuals with an interest in the program to find a job offer. The employer may be designated or may choose to become designated when they find a foreign national they wish to hire.

ELIGIBILITY

Employers looking to fill labour gaps through the Pilot must first be approved for eligibility by being designated and then have their positions endorsed by the Province.
Once the employer’s positions are endorsed, candidate(s) identified by the employer can apply for permanent residency directly to Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.
The foreign worker can also access temporary pathways (i.e., obtain a work permit) while waiting for permanent residency.
  1. To become designated, an employer must:

  • Have a business operating in good standing
  • Provide information on labour needs
  • Commit to working with a service provider organization on settlement and retention
  1. To become endorsed, an employer must:

  • Demonstrate efforts to hire locally have not been successful
  • Recruit a foreign worker
  • Provide a valid, full-time, non-seasonal job offer co-signed with the foreign worker
  • Provide an individualized settlement plan co-signed with the foreign worker

HOW EMPLOYERS APPLY

  • Contact our Employer Support Team
  • Review the Designation Guide
  • Complete the application form and submit all required information and attachments

DESIGNATIONS LIST

https://novascotiaimmigration.com/wp-content/uploads/Designated_AIP_employers.pdf

Source: https://novascotiaimmigration.com/help-for-employers/atlantic-immigration-pilot/

5 TIPS TO HELP FIND AN AIP DESIGNATED EMPLOYER AND MOVE TO NOVA SCOTIA


Since the official launch of the Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP) Program in March of 2017, all eyes have been on the four Atlantic Provinces. Candidates from all across the globe are looking to explore the Atlantic Provinces through this innovative and aspirational new pathway.
The AIP has priority processing at the federal level with 2,000 more allocations for the four Atlantic Provinces. For Nova Scotia, that is almost 800 Principal Applicants (PA) plus their families in addition to the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP).
You might wonder, why?
Atlantic Canada – including Nova Scotia – has negative natural growth, which means there are typically more deaths than births. The Atlantic region is the only jurisdiction in Canada to have this unfortunate distinction. Due to population aging trends, there will be a wave of retiring baby boomers in the next several years which will result in a sharp decline in the region’s labour supply. As such, employers are now facing labour shortages or anticipating shortages in the near future. That is why the federal government, in collaboration with the four Atlantic Provinces, created an action plan called the Atlantic Growth Strategy, under which the AIP falls (Skilled Workforce and Immigration).
So how does it work? If you watch the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) videos or read a little about it, you will find out that Nova Scotia employers need to become approved by the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration (NSOI) before they can hire under the AIP. These approved employers are called “Designated Employers” and if you are wondering where to find that list of designated employers – you are not alone. Unfortunately, that list is not made public. Some employers are comfortable with publicizing their designation while others don’t and want it to remain that way.
So without further introduction, we have compiled for you 5 tips to increase your chances of finding a designated employer and moving to “Canada’s Ocean Playground”. Yes, we have that on our car plates in Nova Scotia:

1. Research the labour market and find out exactly where your skills are needed in Nova Scotia.

One of the benefits of the pilot, is that employers enjoy “Flexibility to focus on labour needs in each region (highly skilled, intermediate skilled and international graduates)”. To research the labour market, go to the most common job boards, look into Nova Scotia, and filter jobs that have been posted for 4 weeks or more (recurring postings). That means the employer is unable to fill that position and is more likely to take part in the AIP.

2. Add a paragraph in your cover letter referring the employer to the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration (NSOI) if they are interested in your employment.

Have something in your resume about the AIP and how it can work for you as well as the potential benefits for the employer. This will serve as evidence to the employer that you know what you are doing and that you are not just someone from across the globe shooting in the dark. For example: “If you deem my qualifications and experience suitable for your position, please note that you may be eligible to hire me under the Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP) Program. If you are facing labour shortages and having difficulties attracting or retaining talent, please consider the AIP and contact Nova Scotia Office of Immigration for support.” Leave a link for NSOI’s AIP page http://novascotiaimmigration.com/help-for-employers/atlantic-immigration-pilot/.

3. Apply for jobs in your field and make sure you meet the minimum eligibility criteria.

One eligibility criteria for the AIP is that the successful candidate must have at least 1 year of relevant paid work experience from the past 3 years. Demonstrate to the employer that you know about the eligibility criteria for the AIP. Do you meet the minimum High School requirement? Find out more about an Educational Credential Assessment. Do you meet the Canadian Language Benchmark level 5 or 4? Have you taken an official language test? Knowing those details gives an employer confidence in you as a candidate. An employer will be taking a leap of faith hiring someone they have never met, so prove you are worth it and do your homework.

4. Research the geographic areas that you are applying to, and prove to the employer you know what (and where) you are getting yourself into.

Nova Scotia is full of natural wonder and beauty, and there is a unique culture and lifestyle in its regions – more open spaces with room to live, grow and work. These regions tend to be family oriented as well, so make sure you do your homework on where you’re going and write the employer a little paragraph in your cover letter on why you would like to live in their community. Employers generally try not to hire someone who will leave them soon after, so this is an important consideration for you as a candidate and for the employer when it’s time to make a decision in employment.

5. Be committed, and remain committed.

If you are serious about immigrating and you have the skills the area needs, it’ll happen.
Nova Scotia is big and has a lot of potential and opportunity. Canada is actively seeking immigrants to make an economic impact, and you are one of them. Finding a job is really a job in itself, so finding a job in a foreign country with an employer in a culture you may have never been immersed into isn’t going to be easy. The time commitment to these job searches can be quiet daunting and you might want to give up after a few applications but fortune favours the bold. If you do your research, know which employers are looking for your skills, get your educational credential assessment done, take your official language test, refine and perfect your application; who knows, we may see you soon in Atlantic Canada.
PS: It also might be a good idea to include a portfolio with your application.

Source: https://capebretonpartnership.com/5-tips-to-help-find-an-aip-designated-employer-and-move-to-nova-scotia/


Atlantic Immigration Pilot - Designated Employers: the Prince Edward Island

Which employers are designated through the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program?

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) is an employer-driven federal immigration program designed to help employers fill permanent labour shortages and skill gaps by supporting foreign nationals for permanent residency.
Employers who wish to use AIPP must be designated by the Prince Edward Island Office of Immigration. The following is a list of Designated Employers under the AIPP.
This list does not indicate that these employers are hiring. To find current job vacancies, go to https://workpei.ca/(link is external).
101144 PEI Inc.
150 One Salon
3 Points Aviation Corporation
A & R Adventures Inc.
Abegweit Driving School Ltd.
Advantage Communications Inc.
Akar Foods Ltd., Jack's Pizza
AKL (PEI) Development Inc.
Alma Farm PEI
Andrews of Charlottetown Inc.:101888 PEI Inc.
Andrews of Park West Inc.
Andrews of Summerside Inc.
Anne in China INC
Arsenault Bros. Construction Ltd.
Asian First Sauce Inc.
Aspin Kemp & Associates Inc.
Atlantech Companies
Atlantic Aqua Farms Ltd.
Atlantic Beef Products Inc.
Atlantic Grown Organics Inc.
Auburn Acres
Ayoub Holdings: Dino's Pizza
B. Doyle Holdings 
Big Diesel Transport
Birkentree Holsteins Inc.
Bishop's Rest Ltd.
BKR Management Inc. Burger King
Brackley Beach Hostel Inc.
Brooklyn Holdings Inc.
Bulk Carriers (PEI) Ltd.
Canada-Ask Immigration & Investment Services Inc.
CareWorx Corp.
Carrefour de l'Isle Saint-Jean
Carruthers' Farms Ltd.
Carta Solutions Processing Services Corp.
Cedar Food (2010) Ltd., Cedar's Eatery
Centennial Auto Body Ltd.
Centre Éducatif Pomme & Rinette Inc.
Century 21 Northumberland
Charlotte-Tea
Charlottetown Fresh Casual Restaurants, Inc.: Swiss Chalet
Claddagh Holdings Inc.
Commission Scolaire de Langue Francaise
Compass Group Ltd. (Chartwells UPEI)
Confederation Cove Mussel Co Ltd
DH Real Estate
Dianne Bell Inc.
Domino's - 101996 PEI Inc.
Domino's - Ritchie Foods Inc.
Domino's (101487 PEI Inc.)
Doucette Bros. Plumbing & Heating Inc.
Dr. German A. Gomez Professional Corp.
Dr. John M Gillis Lodge Selkirk Enterprises
DRM Company Ltd. (Dairy Queen)
Dynasty Restaurant Inc.
Dyne Holdings Limited
Eastern Kings Early Learning Academy
Edward NewTech Ltd.
Elanco Canada Limited
Extondale Farms Ltd.
Fairholm Holdings Ltd.
Flooring Canada: 101626 PEI INC.
FMI Atlantic Inc. - KFC
FR Enterprises Inc.
G & M Holdings Inc.
G. E. Silliker & Sons Ltd.
Garden Home Inc.
Garden Isle Farms Ltd.
GD Construction: 101367 PEI Inc
Geneva Villa
Global Specialty Store Inc.
Go-For-Services Ltd.
Golden Touch Accounting Services
Grain Essence Garden Inc.
Grand Cloud Inc.
Greenisle Environmental
Groom Foods Inc. Brothers 2 Restaurant
Hammarlund & Lips Architects
HGS Canada Inc.
Himalayan Indian Cuisine (7332122 Canada Ltd.)
Hopyard Beer Bar Inc.
Howardvale Holsteins 
i2t2 (9545832 Canada Inc.)
Invesco Enterprise Services
IO Solutions Call Center Inc.
Island Abbey Food Science Ltd.
Island Retail Group Limited
Islandsand Holdings Inc. - Subway
J & C Ventures, Inc.
Jamieson Electric & Refrigeration Ltd.
Jeff Keough Professional Corp
John Lecky & Company Inc.
Kate the Spice Lady
Kensington Community Care Home
Kildare Fisheries Ltd.
King of Clubs Inc.
Kings BBQ Chinese Food
King's County Pork, Inc.
Kinkora Holdings 
La Coopérative Le Chez-Nous Ltée
Le Comité Acadien et Francophone de l'Est Ltée
Le Jardin des Étoiles 
Leaps and Bounds Childcare Centre Inc.
Le-ong Company Ltd.
Leonhard's Inc.
Linkletter's Welding Ltd.
Little Tree Inc.
Lotus Garden Restaurant
Lucky Zhang Fengqun, Inc. o/a Bamboo Garden Restaurant
MacDougall Steel Erectors, Inc.
MacLeod Group Health Services PEI Limited
Main Street Home Hardware Building Centre
Mango Fresh Market, Inc.
Maple Isle Homes PEI Inc.
Maritime Industrial Services, Ltd.
Maritime Mosquito Control Inc.
Maritime Pet Foods 
Maritime Precast Products (2011) Ltd.
Mary's Cornwall Bakery
Mason's Auctionary & International Trade, Ltd.
McCardle Bros.
Mellish Enterprises Inc.
MicroSintesis
Minh Wang Family Restaurant
Morley Annear Ltd.
Most Wanted PEI Inc
Mr. Sushi
MSM Restaurants - MacDonald's
Murphy Investments, Inc.
National Port Security Services Inc.
Neuron Communications Inc.
Nobra Holsteins 
Now N Zen Inc.
Ocean Heart Investment Inc.
Onset Communication Inc.
Options Financial Inc.
Outer Limit Sports Inc.
Outriders Cookhouse
P.E.I. Mussel King (1994) Inc.
Parker Developments & Arnold's Post Hole Digging: 101670 PEI Inc
Paul Davis Restoration PEI
Pauley Ventures Inc.
Peace Travel Company Ltd.
PEI Brick Co.
PEI Junior Badminton Training Centre
PEI Ocean View Resort, Inc.
PEI Photo Lab
Philippine and South Asian Food & Grocery Inc.
Pollard's Roofing Inc.
Prince Edward Aqua Farms Inc.
Prince Edward Island Preserve Co.
Prince Freight Lines Inc.
Protestant Old Ladies Homes
Pure Pork Farms Ltd.
Randy's Pizza
Rashed Enterprises Ltd. (Sam's Family Restaurant Cornwall)
Raspberry Point Oyster Co. Inc.
Real Potatoes Ltd.
Red Island Hospitality Group Inc.
Reliable Motors Ltd.
Retromedia Inc.
Ridgeline Construction Ltd
Robert's Holdings, Inc.
Rodd Management, Ltd.
Romy's Hair Studio
Royal LePage Prince Edward Realty
Royal Star Foods Ltd.
Royalty Hardwoods, Ltd.
RWL Holdings Ltd.: PEI Potato Solutions
Safe 1 Trucking
Safety & Compliance Compliance Consultant David K. Harris Training & Education 
Scott Dickieson Law Office
Seafood Express (PEI) Ltd.
Simmons Drainage & Supply Ltd.
Smith Farm
Somru Bioscience Inc.
South Shore Seafoods, Ltd.
Sporting Intentions (2007) Ltd.
SQF Team Inc.: Dutch Inn
Stanley Immigration Consulting
Stepping Stones Early Years Center
Stepscan Technologies Inc.
Study Abroad Canada Inc.
Summerside Seafood Supreme Inc.
T & J Construction, Ltd.
Taco Boys Inc.
Taco Boyz II Inc.
Ta-ke Sushi: 101775 PEI Inc
The Great Canadian Bagel - 101625 PEI Inc.
The Kettle Black
The Mount Continuing Care Community
The Noodle House Limited
The Old Triangle Alehouse PEI Inc.
Thomas-Martin Group Inc.
Timeless Medical Systems
Tiny Acres Holsteins 
Tip Top Hand Car Wash Inc.
Top Dog Manufacturing
Trout River Industries
TTEC Canada Solutions Inc. (Atelka)
Vector Aerospace Engine Services - Atlantic Inc.
West Highland Contractors Ltd.
Whisperwood Villa
Wintrust International
Zi Yan Ltd.

Published date: 
October 10, 2018

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