By Charlie Smith, Straight News | Vancouver Community College’s school of health sciences has a hands-on, 30-week program to train students to become licensed pharmacy technicians.
News August, 2018
By Canada Immigration Newsletter | A new targeted draw through Ontario’s Human Capital Priorities Stream on August 9 issued 947 invitations to Express Entry candidates with Comprehensive Ranking System scores as low as 350.
By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | Are you geared up and ready for your exciting move to Canada? A new life, home, friends and culture eagerly await your arrival. However, we know that a milestone this big comes with a huge amount of planning too; from accommodation to work, and everything in between. That is why … Continued
By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | Wildlife safety tips in Canada
By CBC News | The Surrey Refugee Youth Team is made up of young immigrants with refugee status or experience. They’re helping new refugee youth form meaningful connections in the community.
By News Wire | Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has taken great strides towards improving its clients’ service experience. A reduction in backlogs and processing times is a cornerstone of that work.
By Michael Tutton, Globe and Mail | A second federal probe is underway in Prince Edward Island alleging hundreds of people gained permanent residency in Canada by using local addresses where they didn’t live, under a provincial business immigration system that’s faced criticism for loose oversight.
By Adrian Humphreys, Montreal Gazette | The inability of an interpreter at a refugee hearing to precisely translate the medical term for a part of the female anatomy almost had serious repercussions for an Iranian woman claiming asylum.
By Vancouver Sun | SAN LUIS, Ariz. — The 3-year-old boy with a bowl haircut and striped shirt silently clung to his father in the back of a U.S. Border Patrol truck. Their shoes still muddy from crossing the border, the father and son had just been apprehended at a canal near a border fence … Continued
By CBC News | Last weekend in St. John’s, École des Grands-Vents was buzzing with a hive of languages. Greetings were exchanged in a plethora of languages, including Arabic, English, French, Hausa and Swahili.