News October, 2017

Quebec to Welcome a Diverse Range of Immigrants in 2018

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.

Immigration to B.C. down, homeownership stable, Aboriginal population growing

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

Key highlights from latest release of 2016 census data

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

21.9% of Canadians are immigrants, the highest share in 85 years: StatsCan

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.