By Jennifer Moreau, Burnaby Now Maybe you’ve seen the thousands of people streaming through the borders in Europe, hair catching on razor wire, people pushing others in wheelchairs for days. Perhaps you heard how Aylan Kurdi, a three-year-old child who drowned at sea was supposed to come to Vancouver with his family.
News September, 2015
6th annual Surrey Coalition Against Domestic Abuse Conference: “Through the Media Lens: Impacts on Domestic Abuse”
Date: November 16, 2015Venue: Surrey Arts Centre 13750 88th Ave., Surrey Learn more
Date: September 16, 2015Venue: Surrey City Centre Library, Room 402 Learn more
Date: September 25, 2015Venue: City Centre Plaza (near Surrey City Hall) Learn more
Date: Friday September 11th, 11 AM – 3 PMVenue: Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre, 6688 Southoaks Crescent, Burnaby Download a Line Pass by pre-registering at burnabyjobfair.eventbrite.ca Learn more
By Tara Carman, Vancouver Sun Canada has become a country that favours temporary over permanent residents, exploits would-be immigrants for cheap labour and draws international criticism for its treatment of refugees under the current federal government, charged a report released Tuesday.
By Neal Hall, Metro News Canadian citizenship is harder to obtain and easier to lose under immigration laws introduced over the last nine years by the government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper, says a new report.
By Nicholas Keung, Toronto Star Is living in Canada bad for your heart? A groundbreaking new study has found that recent immigrants have a 30 per cent lower rate of major heart problems, such as heart attacks and strokes, than long-term residents, but that gap shrinks the longer they spend in Canada.
By CBC News British Columbia’s latest education experiment starts this fall with the launch of a new curriculum that will be phased in over the next three years. The curriculum has Aboriginal perspectives integrated at all grade levels, and includes the history and legacy of the residential school system.