Date: July 31, 2015Venue: S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Surrey Service Centre, 206-10090 152nd Street, Surrey Learn more
News July, 2015
By Tara Carman, Vancouver Sun | Link to Article The man behind a campaign to get Metro Vancouver residents to warm up and say hello to one another says he is getting the cold shoulder from the City of Surrey.
By Joanna Seow, Opinion | Link to Article By the time thousands of foreign construction workers eat their lunch each day, it may be eight hours or more since the food was prepared. And the pre-packed meals in plastic bags or paper packets could have sat in the sun for five of those hours.
By Jenny Lee, Vancouver Sun | Link to Article Just two weeks ago, young cosmetics entrepreneur Kevin Liu, 25, was on the phone at 3 a.m. He was trying to get a crucial product shipment through U.S. Customs when his wife signalled him.
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By Falice Chin, CBC News | Link to Article A Nigerian couple who came to Calgary as skilled workers may be forced to leave because their baby was born in the U.S. while their immigration documents were being processed.
Information Session for professionals interested in careers as Finance advisors and Insurance advisors
Date: July 24, 2015Venue: 206-9525 201 St, Langley Learn more
By Canadian Immigrant | Link to Article
By Chuck Chiang, Vancouver Sun | Link to Article The sunlight may have been glaring at times, but despite the heat, Yik Fung Au-Yeung was all smiles on Sunday.
BMO New Canadians Study: More Than Half of Immigrant Parents Believe Their Children Will Be Better Off in Canada
By Life View | Link to Article