The federal government's proposed "startup visa” program for foreign entrepreneurs has captured some headlines overseas.
Both the Malaysian Star
and the English-language version of China's Xinhua
news agency reported on the efforts to create a program that would make it easier for entrepreneurs to immigrate to Canada and to match them up with potential investors.
"If it goes ahead, the program would run for five years, but be capped at 2,750 applications a year. If the five-year trial turns out successful, Citizenship and Immigration Canada could introduce it formally through regulatory changes."
Read the full stories here
Original Sources: Malaysian Star and Xinhua