By CBC News | Munia Mohamed’s face lights up when she talks about Montreal. “She’s a refugee and she wants to live here because she is comfortable and in security here,” said Asma Benaziz, an outreach worker at Bienvenue à NDG, an immigration welcome centre in the city’s west end.
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By CBC Radio | Canada’s immigration minister says Canada will welcome at least as many immigrants next year as it is in 2017. The government’s plan for annual immigration levels, which was set at 300,000 for this year, is expected to be tabled in the House of Commons next week.
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By Canadian Immigration Newsletter | The Canadian province of Quebec has released its Immigration Plan for 2018, with strategies in place to continue welcoming a wide range of skilled workers, businesspeople, family members of Quebec residents, and refugees.
By George Abraham, CBC News | Much of the mainstream media is simply out of its depth when it comes to how to cover “ethnic” leaders, often ignoring or being too timid to address the ways their backgrounds inform and influence their political positions. It’s an obvious blind spot.
By Stephanie Ip, Vancouver Sun | The latest set of data from the 2016 Census has been released. Topics covered by the Wednesday release include immigration and ethnocultural diversity, housing, and Aboriginal Peoples. Here are a few quick highlights from the most recent Statistics Canada information. Nearly record percentage of landed immigrants
By CBC News | Statistics Canada released the latest findings from the 2016 census Tuesday, this time focusing on Indigenous Peoples, immigration and housing. Some selected highlights: Canada’s Foreign-Born Population
By CBC News | The share of immigrants in Canada has reached its highest level in almost a century, according to 2016 census figures released Wednesday. The Statistics Canada data also shows the Indigenous population is growing at more than four times the rate of the non-Indigenous population, reaching nearly 1.7 million in 2016.
By CBC News | Migration has always been linked to the development of Western societies, but stories of people seeking to leave one country for another have been especially relevant in the past few years.
By CTV News | New census data is revealing how the ethnic and cultural makeup of Manitoba is changing. Prairie cities, like Winnipeg, are receiving a higher share of Canada’s newcomers.