By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | Conference Board of Canada summit to explore business immigration in Canada
News October, 2018
By CIC News | A new website for immigrant job-seekers in Quebec is the focal point of a province-wide campaign launched this week to attract newcomers to regions outside the Montreal area.
By CBC News | Naz Deravian’s cookbook ‘Bottom of the Pot’ shares Persian recipes and stories about her journey as an immigrant from Iran to Rome, Vancouver and Los Angeles.
Scammers Impersonate Canadian Tax Authority, Threaten to Deport Recent Immigrant, Use Bitcoin ATM to Steal $62 500
By Crowfund Insider | Telephone scammers pretending to be representatives from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) recently used threats of deportation and a bitcoin ATM to defraud a recent immigrant in Charlottetown PEI out of $65 000, CBC reports.
By Daphne Bramham, Vancouver Sun | Women and visible minorities remain under-presented around council tables.
By Susan Lazarun, Vancouver Sun | The B.C. government is establishing a registry for migrant workers designed to protect them from exploitation by employers and recruiting agents.
By Canadian Immigrant Magazine| It’s Citizenship Week (October 8 to 14, 2018) and there are 72 special citizenship ceremonies happening across the country this week, including a special CN Tower ceremony in Toronto where six new citizens braved the EdgeWalk, the world’s highest hands-free walk, while taking the oath of citizenship — 116 storeys from … Continued
By Toronto Star | Refugee and immigrant youth are more likely to end up in the emergency room during a mental health crisis than their Canadian-born peers, a new medical study shows.
By Douglas Todd, Vancouver Sun | An internal immigration department document shows that, after 25 years in the country, a typical refugee is earning as much or more than the Canadian norm, which is about $45,000 a year.
This Canadian clan owes its extraordinary origin story to a shy Toronto teen, a crusading journalist and a Connecticut dad
By John Lorinc, Toronto Star | Through the sunny afternoon of July 12, 1968, Lina Preyra and the eldest of her eight children, ranging in age from 2 to 15, were busy packing trunks. So they’d be out of the way, the younger ones had been sent off with a few rupees to buy cane-sugar … Continued