By Business in Vancouver | Six months ago, Vancouver City Council passed a unanimous motion to ask the provincial government to “make the necessary changes” that would allow permanent residents … Continued
News November, 2018
By Reuters | A Syrian man who spent seven months stranded in a Malaysian airport arrived in Canada this week, ending a months-long ordeal that highlighted asylum seekers’ often bizarre … Continued
By Huffington Post | A mother and daughter, seated across from each other at a dining table, rally questions back and forth. The intimate and candid conversation that unfolds is … Continued
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By CIC News | Pilot aims to spread the benefits of entrepreneur immigration to B.C.’s smaller communities British Columbia is opening a new immigration pilot program to attract foreign entrepreneurs … Continued
By CIC News | Canadian Federation of Independent Business says greatest shortages reported in B.C., Quebec and Ontario
‘A lot of people facing potential deportation’ under upcoming changes to DUI penalties: immigration lawyer
By CBC News | Impaired driving penalties could trigger deportation process for permanent, temporary residents
By Vancouver Sun | Khaled Alderwish last year was able to pay it forward by volunteering at the Surrey Christmas Bureau, which is partly funded by The Province Empty Stocking … Continued
CBC News | Immigrants could be one of the solutions to labour shortages in many fields across the province, particularly health care, says a Moncton group that works with immigrants.
By Canadian HR Reporter | Touting it as a central pillar of the country’s future economic success, the federal government unveiled its three-year immigration plan on Oct. 31.