By Mila Suokonautio, CBC News| There is no doubt the people of Nova Scotia are friendly, but are they truly welcoming?
News March, 2016
By Reis Pagtakhan, CBC News | The Canadian government will soon set out the types of immigrants the country wants to attract and how large that number will be.
By Diane Jermyn, Globe and Mail |
By Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun | Sophia Cheng says virtually all of her Canadian-born Chinese female friends went to university.
By Tara Carman Vancouver Sun | For the Ktifan family, 2016 has been a year of new beginnings. A new country, a new home and, now, two tiny new people in their lives. Amjad and Wadaa Ktifan, Syrian refugees who arrived in Vancouver Jan. 7, welcomed twins — a boy and a girl — at … Continued
By Wendy Stueck, Globe and Mail | At the back of a classroom in a low-rise Surrey office complex, Nada Alkhamis, 13, is learning to write her name in English.
By Brian Kreissl, Canadian HR Reporter | I have read quite a few articles lately relating to anonymous recruitment policies in organizations. The idea is employers should remove names from job applications and resumés in order to mask the identity of applicants and reduce bias.
By Market Wired |
By Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun | Lawyer Zahra Jenab often comes face to face with couples embroiled in acidic disputes over a small fortune in gold.
By Peter O’Neil, Vancouver Sun | The federal Liberals are about to remove one of the major components of the previous government’s campaign against marriage fraud that typically involved immigration applicants from China and India.