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 to cast ballots in municipal elections.
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 quest for refuge.
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 punctuated by raucous moments of laughter and touching moments of discovery.
By Canadian Immigrant Magazine |
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 to smaller communities around the province.
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 Fund, translating for Syrian families that needed the same kind of help.
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.