Canada’s immigration program for migrant caregivers under review
Immigration Canada says caregivers who have not accrued the required two years of employment by Nov. 29, 2019 need not apply.
Ontario has nine public holidays:
- New Year’s Day
- Family Day
- Good Friday
- Victoria Day
- Canada Day
- Labour Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Day
- Boxing Day (December 26)
Most employees who qualify are entitled to take these days off work and be paid public holiday pay. Click here for more info https://www.ontario.ca/document/your-guide-employment-standards-act-0/public-holidays
Here are some great brain stimulating activities for seniors & caregivers to do together:
a) Word Games like Crossword Puzzles
c) Board Games like Chess, Checkers, Puzzles or Card Games
d) Social Stimulation: Get together with friends, family, grandchildren
e) Cooking & Baking- Follow a recipe together
f) Exercise – Swimming, Biking, Walking
g) Reading- Newspapers, Novels, Magazines
Ottawa is cutting the LMIA fee for many!
The new regulations apply to those who earn less than $150,000 a year and want to hire someone from abroad to look after their children. Those seeking to hire a caregiver for people with a physical or mental illness will also be exempt from the fee
Wilma has been caring for Fay for the last 3 years. She does the night shift as well as the weekend shift. Wilma loves Fay and they have become good friends. Wilma is part of the family. Another successful match made by TheNannyPages.ca! At TheNannyPages, we know how important it is to find the perfect senior caregiver that will take the best care of your loved ones. It is not just about hiring the help you need. It’s about finding a caregiver that will give you absolute peace of mind knowing that your loved ones are getting the best care possible. Care does not only refer to taking care of physical needs. A good caregiver takes care of the seniors emotional well being and makes the senior feel loved and cared for. They are your loved ones new companion and friend. Thank you Wilma!
Hi, What is the going rate is for a part time Nanny or Housekeeper in Toronto? I used to pay $12 an hour but I was told by a friend that I am way off base.
Most recently, the cost of hiring a Nanny, Housekeeper or Elder Care in Toronto seems to be on the rise. While $12.00 an hour was acceptable a few years ago, it is no longer the going rate in the Toronto area. I would say that the minimum you can expect to pay hourly is $15 an hour. While the rate will vary, nannies and housekeepers in Toronto will typically charge anywhere between $15 to $20 an hour.
All the best,