News November, 2016

Immigrant snapshots: Meet some newcomers to Canada

By CBC News | A trade show for new immigrants that has been making stops across Canada arrived in Vancouver on Wednesday. Newcomers to the country milled around the Career, Education and Settlement Immigrant Fair a the Vancouver Convention Centre, stopping at booths, learning about opportunities and networking with other attendees.

Toronto has highest child-poverty rate of Canadian cities: report

By Globe and Mail | A new report says Toronto has the highest percentage of children living in poverty of any large city in Canada. The report, titled “Divided City: Life in Canada’s Child Poverty Capital,” says 133,000 children in Toronto – 27 per cent – were living in low-income families in 2014, the year … Continued

Toronto police investigating racist, anti-immigrant posters

By CTV News | Toronto police are investigating more than a dozen posters found in an east-end neighbourhood that read “Hey, white person,” and list a number of racist and anti-immigrant sentiments, along with links to websites that promote white nationalism and Donald Trump.

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