By Michael Mui, Vancouver 24 Hours | Link to Article The employment gap between immigrants and those born in Canada is highest among those with university-level education, according to new BC Stats data.
News January, 2014
By Susan Mas, CBC News | Link to Article The federal government is looking to match skilled immigrants with unfilled jobs, in what it’s calling a new “fast and flexible system of economic immigration” it intends to have in place in January 2015.
By Matthew Robinson, Vancouver Sun | Link to Article Dozens of Lunar New Year events are scheduled across the Lower Mainland as the year of the snake yields to the oncoming horse. Here are eight of the many notable celebrations. Vancouver
By News Release, Government of Canada | Link to Article Ontario Language Training Certificates Now Accepted by Citizenship and Immigration Canada
By William Stodalka, Times Colonist | Link to Article The provincial government is looking at putting temporary foreign workers into the natural gas industry to fulfil immediate labour needs.
By Kevin Griffin, Vancouver Sun | Link to Article Surrey exhibition uses takeout food as metaphor for cultural exchange between China and Canada
By Catherine Solyom, Gazette Education Reporter | Link to Article Moving to Quebec is bad for your health — at least for high school students.
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By Bill Curry, the Globe and Mail | Link to Article
Government of Canada helps over 1 000 newcomers get their qualifications recognized and find jobs in Canada
By News Release, Government of Canada | Link to Article Foreign Credential Recognition loans help internationally trained workers put their skills to work faster January 18, 2014 – Vancouver, BC – Employment and Social Development Canada