By Richard Hutton Niagara This Week | Numbers weren’t on the side of participants who had planned to take part in an anti-immigration rally in the city Saturday, one of several staged across Canada by Quebec-based Storm Alliance.
News September, 2017
By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | In this Canadian Immigrant series, we will look at the most in-demand soft skills, and how you can show them off. We started off with communication skills, business etiquette and teamwork; our fourth important skill is adaptability. Soft skill no. 4: Adaptability
By Kevin Yarr, CBC News | With about 50 per cent more immigrants landing on Prince Edward Island in the last two years, as compared to the previous two, the P.E.I. Association for Newcomers to Canada is finding itself short on resources. Executive director Craig Mackie says about two thirds of the association’s funding comes … Continued
By Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun | If you think you’re hearing a lot of French, Irish, Korean and German accents when you buy coffee and restaurant food these days in Metro Vancouver, it’s because you are.
By Stephanie Levitz, Huffington Post | The federal Liberals are working on an apology for the Canadian government’s decision in 1939 to turn away a boat of German Jews hoping to seek asylum in Canada, The Canadian Press has learned.
By Ivy Chiu, Huffington Post |
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By Janis Cleugh / Tri City News | Cathy van Poorten’s job is to connect the dots. New to Coquitlam? Van Poorten has a long list of service providers she can tap into — and an even longer list of city employees who can speak more than 30 languages — to help residents settle in … Continued
By Terry Haig, RCI | Much of the world saw the photos last summer of Haitian people seeking asylum in Canada being “housed” at Montreal’s Olympic Stadium. The last left last weekend, but Canadian officials are bracing–and preparing–for more claimants between now and the end of the year as the number of those seeking refuge … Continued
By CBC News | People living abroad who are hoping to establish a foothold in Canada are getting an opportunity to hunt for work and connect with potential employers before they even arrive, thanks to a virtual job fair being held in Ottawa.