By CBC News | The drowning deaths of two newcomers to Canada last week has an immigrant from Somalia worried about his own family’s safety around the water.
News July, 2018
By Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun | I’ve been covering ethnic, religious, sexual orientation and other so-called diversity issues most of my newspaper career. I’ve always been curious about different people, world views and cultures, aiming to report on them with fairness, balance and respect; embracing pluralism, while also probing for that elusive journalistic objective known … Continued
By WelcomeBC | The B.C. technology sector is a major driver of economic growth in the province, with tech employment at its highest level ever recorded. The demand for talent in B.C.’s tech sector is increasing faster than the supply.
By Canadian News Bulletin | Globe and Mail newspaper says refusal rate reached 26% in 2017, up from 18% in 2012
By Globe and Mail | The U.S. government must rapidly reunite 63 children under the age of five who were separated by immigration officials after crossing into the United States from Mexico, or face penalties, a judge said on Tuesday.
By Bryan Yu, Business in Vancouver | B.C. population growth remained solid during the first quarter despite continued sluggishness in net interprovincial migration.
By Borden Lander Gervais | The stated goal of the new regime is to make legitimate travel to Canada easier while protecting national security, preventing identity fraud and increasing information sharing.
By Vancouver Sun | WestJet says it is reviewing its baggage policy after a customer complained that it discriminated against travellers from certain countries.