By Nick Eagland, Vancouver Sun | A representative for migrants struggling to get health coverage for their B.C.-born children is “in a bit of shock” after the Ministry of Health called her organization this week with a pledge to fix the problem.
News November, 2016
By Peter O’Neil, Vancouver Sun | The “critical” problem B.C. companies face in trying to lure skilled foreign workers to sectors like high tech and film may have been resolved with a new federal policy on hiring short-term overseas help.
By Kathleen Harris, CBC News | Immigration Minister John McCallum boosts base target to 300,000 immigrants and refugees The Liberal government is boosting the base number of immigrants allowed into Canada next year to 300,000, to help drive economic growth as the country grapples with an aging demographic.
By Munir Sheikh, Globe and Mail |
By Canadian Immigration News | In a move that has been eagerly anticipated by Canadian citizens, permanent residents, and potential applicants to Canadian immigration programs around the world, the government of Canada has announced that it plans to raise the maximum age of dependent children who may be included on an application to less than … Continued