News October, 2017

NYC to get huge immigration-themed exhibit by famed artist

By Metro News | NEW YORK — An enormous exhibition by the activist artist Ai Weiwei, designed to draw attention to the world’s refugee crisis, is going on view at some 300 sites around New York City. “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors,” presented by the Public Art Fund, will be open to the public from … Continued

What more immigrant workers could mean for Canada

By HRD Canada | What would immigrant workers mean for Canada’s economy? It’s a mixed bag, according to The Conference Board of Canada. Ahead of the government’s November 1 announcement of its 2018 immigration target, the board has released a report detailing the positive and negative factors that point to how 450,000 more immigrants would … Continued

Canada becoming an in-demand destination for foreign tech talent

By Jared Lindzon, Globe and Mail | Though he had co-founded two companies previously and worked at LinkedIn’s head office in Silicon Valley for six years, Vikram Rangnekar’s H-1B visa did not allow him to start a company of his own on American soil.