By Immigrantion.ca International migration saw the biggest increase in Canada’s history in the last 12 months, fuelling the biggest population rise in 60 years, Statistics Canada says.
News September, 2018
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By Global News A new report is warning about the federal government’s interest in using artificial intelligence to screen and process immigrant files, saying it could create discrimination, as well as privacy and human rights breaches.
‘I didn’t come here to live this kind of life’: Skilled immigrants on desperate hunt for jobs in Quebec
By CBC News | Instead of sparring over how many immigrants Quebec should accept, Abdul Waheed wishes provincial politicians were talking about how to help skilled workers like him get jobs in their field so they could integrate into Quebec society.
By Gordon McIntype, Vancouver Sun | Sham Singh, orphaned as a young boy after plague killed his mother and brothers, left Punjab as a teen and took a circuitous route that involved a pistol being drawn to arrive in B.C. in 1906.
By Susan Lazaruk, Vancouver Sun | Parents Ivy Choy and Kelvin Yang look forward to their weekly literacy classes at Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House for more than just the chance to improve their English skills.
BioTalent Canada is excited to announce its new wage subsidy program entitled The BioReady™ Paid Internship Program, specifically designed for newcomers. For more details, please see the press release. The BioReady™ Paid Internship Program, is a pilot project funded in part by the Government of Canada’s Foreign Credentials Recognition Program (FCRP), to facilitate the hiring … Continued
By CTV News Prince Edward Island is scrapping a controversial business immigration program which prompted federal investigations alleging hundreds of applicants never settled on the Island.
Number of irregular migrant claims increased slightly in August but is still far below record summer spike
By Vancouver Sun | The number of irregular border crossers seeking asylum in Canada increased slightly in August, but were far below the record spikes seen last summer.
By Vancouver Sun | Canada began to experience an influx of irregular migrants in early 2017, when people began crossing into the country through unofficial pathways. Here are some key statistics about how this year’s numbers compare with last year: