Posted on - Feb 17, 2018

Catherine Sas, Q.C. is currently in Amritsar, India seeing clients. After meeting with students in Chandigarh at the university of the Fraser Valley on Monday and Tuesday, she will be off to Delhi for the CIBC business summit with Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada. In addition, as president of the BC-India Business Network, Ms Sas will attend a Dinner Reception with His Excellency Nadir Patel, High Commissioner for Canada to India and Prime Minister Trudeau at Canada House, the residence of the High Commissioner of Canada, on Thursday, February 22, 2018. Stay tuned for more updates.

Catherine Sas, Q.C. at the Golden Temple with Avtar SainiCatherine Sas, Q.C. visiting the Golden Temple-Amritsar.
Share this article:

Related Topics: ,

Related Posts

Investor Immigration Program to be back in Business! The past few years have been tough ones for business persons seeking to access Canada's Business Immigration program. On July 1, 2011 the Entrepreneur category was suspended and on July 1, 2012 so was the Investor program. On February 11, 2014 the Governm...
The Trump Effect: Turning to Canada’s Immigration program Ironically, the above quote is featured on the Statue of Liberty at Liberty Island in the New York City harbour where America welcomed hundreds of thousands of new immigrants to the United States. It might just as well be featured at Canadian ports of ent...
Are you eligible for Express Entry? Certainty takes advance preparation! We are frequently consulted by prospective immigrants who want to know IF THEY qualify for permanent residence to Canada under the Express Entry program. Express Entry is Canada's immigration selection system for the majority of economic immigrants and it...
New Travel Requirement to Canada in Effect March 15, 2016: Understanding the eTA! Beginning on March 15, 2016, foreign nationals from visa-exempt countries who are entering Canada by air will need to obtain an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to travel to Canada.
Employer Alert! Service Canada’s Job Match Service Finally Comes into Effect: What Employers Need t... Employers have long been required to demonstrate that they are unable to recruit qualified Canadian permanent residents or citizens (“Canadian Applicants”) to fill positions before hiring foreign workers.
Keeping it Simple: A Quick Overview of Express Entry Patience. In today’s digitally dependent society, patience seems like a lost art. We are easily frustrated when a website takes longer than a minute to load, or when someone fails to return a text message in a split second.