By CKNW | According to a new study, people are “whitening” their résumés. Dr. Sonia Kang with the University of Toronto-Mississauga says visual minorities are noticing that they are in fact being discriminated against when it comes to landing a job.
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By Matt Robison, Vancouver Sun | Vancouver residents fearing detention or deportation will be free to access municipal services without concern of being reported, if city councillors approve the idea next week.
By Stephanie Levitz, Toronto Star | The Liberals are committing to finding new ways to get Syrian refugees to Canada and into other countries as the United Nations seeks nearly half a million spaces for Syrians by the end of 2018.
Date: By April 30, 2016Venue: #240 – 7525 King George Blvd Learn more
By Sean Silcoff, Globe and Mail | After winning a big concession in the budget on taxing stock options, Canada’s tech startup sector is braced for its next battle: urging Ottawa to fix immigration rules that limit its ability to hire top foreign talent.
By Alia Dharssi, Calgary Herald | When Banff’s Rimrock Resort faced a shortage of about 30 workers last summer, its general manager, Trevor Long, stepped in to change bed linens and work in the dining room. Some of his staff worked seven days a week.
By Digital Journal | Canadian Immigrant magazine has kicked off the online voting for the eighth annual RBC Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards. The awards program recognizes and celebrates the inspiring stories of Canadian immigrants who have made a significant contribution to Canada. The program has a national presence and is proudly supported by title … Continued
Date: April 20, 2016Venue: Surrey City Centre Library Learn more
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