By Stephen Lake, Globe and Mail | What comes to mind when you hear the term temporary foreign worker? You probably think of low-paid labourers brought here by evil profit-mongering corporations to undercut our salaries and displace Canadians from their jobs. At least that’s the direction your thoughts might turn if you have followed the … Continued
News September, 2015
By Emirates 24|7 The Canadian province of Saskatchewan has announced that the International Skilled Worker – Occupations In-Demand sub-category of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP) has reopened with immediate effect.
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By Canadian HR Reporter | While youth unemployment is a prevalent issue, only 25 per cent of Canadians say their place of employment offers intern or apprenticeship programs to help youth gain entry-level experience, according to a survey by Nestlé Canada.
By Gillian Shaw, Vancouver Sun | Changes to Canada’s temporary foreign workers rules are worsening the shortage of technology talent in B.C., delegates to a conference in Vancouver heard Thursday.
By Sunny Dhillow, Globe and Mail | The Immigrant Services Society of B.C. says it was promised $5-million by the province for its new refugee and immigrant welcome centre – but has received only $1-million.
By Sunny Dhillow, Globe and Mail | An Iraqi teen who has been without her mother for more than a year. A woman from Yemen who was forced to leave her newborn behind and has not seen him in six years. A man from Uganda whose last glimpse of his two sons was a decade … Continued