Bingjun Wang first dreamed of coming to Canada as an international student when he was 18-years old. But when the Shanghai native was unable to get a study permit, his hopes were dashed.
Now Wang is getting a second chance, as the first person to settle in Yellowknife through the business stream of the GNWT's nominee program for immigrants.
"It's a big decision," he said through a translator about his move to the city this August with his 14-yearold daughter.
Wang said he wanted a shift in lifestyle, retirement security and better education for his children – things he believes cialis pas cher Canada can offer. His wife and five-month-old son will also be moving from China to join the family in Yellowknife around Christmas.
The aim of the nominee program is to attract business expertise and investment to the territory while helping people like Wang make a home in Canada. It is run in provinces and territories across the country with the help of Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
Read the full story here: The Yellowknifer (page 10)