The Mission and Purpose of NIICA
Our mission is to assist people in the specialized process of immigration into Canada and help them to
resettle comfortably in their new country. Our vision and purpose is to screen and direct qualified
immigrants and skilled workers, thus enabling them to have a better life in their destination country, and to help them develop their careers or find applicable, new career paths to enhance the economy of Canada.
… And so it goes, that life constantly moves onward and outward for people in the NIICA
network. Most of our immigration clients are
busy working and blending into the welcoming
society in their new places of settlement in
Canada. We continue to follow up their progress and watch them grow as contributing members of their new society. We take pride in seeing
how all concerned are raising their standards of
living. Likewise, benefits are brought to the
employers of NIICA-directed Caregivers and other skilled workers who make their Canadian immigration
moves through NIICA.
2 Cooks (Full time) 5622 Signal Hill Center, Calgary
2 cooks( 11654S arceeT rail NW, Calgary)
2 cooks( 100,2 555-32ndN E, Catgary)
3 cooks ( 2030 sherwood Drive, sherwood parko Edm)
2 cooks (4916130 Avenue SE Unit 400, Calgary )
3 cooks (3816 lTth St, Edmonton)
3 cooks (10220 GA Macdonald AvenueoEdmonton)
3 cooks (10 445 St Albert Road, Edmonton)
2 cooks (ll2 Crowfoot Terrace, Calgary )
3 cooks( 1720-99 Street,Edmonton)
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Prepare and cook full course meals. Prepare and cook individual dishes and foods. Prepare and cook
special meals as instructed by dietitian or chief, Plans menus. Prepare dishes for customers with food
allergies or tolerances Inspect kitchens and food services area. Work with specialized cooking
equipments (deep fryer, etc..). Clean kitchen and work areas and wash dishes.
Cook Trade Certificate. At least two(2) years experience or more. Speaks and write English and bondable. Salary Range: From$ 30-35,00 annually.
News Release—An Immigration Plan
that works for Canada: More
immgrants who are already working in Canada to be admitted through
Canadian Experience Class
Ottawa, October 31, 2012—The Government of Canada will maintain record levels of immi-gration to support economic growth in 2013, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism
Minister Jason Kenney announced today.
“Our Government’s number one priority remains economic and job growth,” said Minister Kenney. “New-comers bring their skills and talents, contribute to our economy and help renew our workforce so that
Canada remains competitive on the world stage.”
According to Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC)’s 2012 Annual Report to Parliament on Immigration tabled today, CIC plans to admit a total of 240,000 to 265,000 new permanent residents in 2013, for the
seventh straight year. This represents the highest sustained level of immigration in Canadian history. More