Marketing Coordinator JOB DESCRIPTION
Markets products by developing and implementing marketing and advertising campaigns.
Tracks sales data, maintains promotional materials inventory, plans meetings and trade shows, maintains databases, and prepares report.
Implements marketing and advertising campaigns by assembling and analyzing sales forecasts; preparing marketing and advertising strategies, plans, and objectives; planning and organizing promotional presentations; and updating calendars.
Tracks product line sales and costs by analyzing and entering sales, expense, and new business data.
Prepares marketing reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing sales data.
Keeps promotional materials ready by coordinating requirements with graphics department, inventorying stock, placing orders, and verifying receipt.
Supports sales staff by providing sales data, market trends, forecasts, account analyses, and new product information.
Researches competitive products by identifying and evaluating product characteristics, market share, pricing, and advertising; maintaining research databases.
Research International Wholesale distribution lines between China and Atlantic Canada. LANGUAGES
English, Mandarin SKILLS
Two Ontario Employer Job Offer streams open and close on same day
On March 3, the OINP released a statement opening up applications to the International Student Stream. Intake was quickly paused due to “technical issues,” according to the OINP webpage.
It was later re-opened along with the Foreign Worker Stream, but shortly after applications to both streams had reached their intake limits and were closed.
The OINP said they received 1,322 successful registrations during the application intake window. Those who were successfully registered and received a file number have 14 days to submit an application, which takes about three hours on the OINP web portal.
Canada Agri-Food Immigration Pilot
Canada’s Agriculture and Agri-Food industry is a vital component of the Canadian economy and contributes more than $110 billion annually to the country’s gross domestic product.
In order to attract and retain the workers needed to sustain and grow this output, the Government of Canada introduced the three-year Agri-Food Immigration Pilot to provide eligible temporary foreign workers in the sector with a pathway to Canadian permanent residence.
IRCC has confirmed that the following individuals are among those who can still come to Canada between now and June 30. IRCC has asked that exempted individuals continue to monitor the federal government’s website before they book their return travel to Canada:
Immediate family of Canadian citizens and permanent residents
Permanent resident applicants who had been approved for permanent residence prior to March 16 and who had not yet travelled to Canada
Temporary foreign workers
International students who held a valid study permit or had been approved for one as of March 18
What is the definition of immediate family?
According to IRCC, immediate family means:
Spouse or common-law partner
Parent or step-parent
Guardian or tutor
Canadian immigration processing fees increase April 30
Canada’s immigration department is increasing processing fees at the end of the month for foreign nationals who wish to become permanent residents.
Permanent resident processing fees for economic class applicants are generally being increased by 50 per cent as follows:
Principal applicants of the Economic business class (self-employed, start-up visa, Quebec investor, Quebec entrepreneur, and Quebec self-employed) will increase from $1,050 to $1,575;
Principal applicants in the economic non-business class will go up from $550 to $825. This increase will not apply to principal applicants and their families in the Caregivers programs, which will remain unchanged;
Fees for spouses or common-law partners of all economic classes will go up from $550 to $825;
Fees for dependent children of all economic classes will go up from $150 to $225;
The right of permanent resident fee will increase from $490 to $500, which is an increase of two per cent.