By Canadian Immigrant News | Last month saw the Government of Canada more than double the number of invitations to apply for permanent residence that it issued to Express Entry candidates in October 2017, leaving it less than 12,000 invitations away from last year’s record-setting annual total.
News November, 2018
By Canadian Immigrant News | Ottawa companies concerned about access to skilled labour would benefit from tapping the city’s pool of highly educated immigrants, says a new survey by the Ottawa Board of Trade.
By Global News | A woman who shared a video of two Eritrean children reacting gleefully to their first Canadian snowfall says the overwhelmingly positive reaction to the clip is reaffirming her faith in the country as a welcoming place for newcomers.
By National Post | The U.S. economy relies on startups for much of America’s net job creation, and immigrants start many of those companies. A recent study from the National Foundation for American Policy finds that 55%, or 50 of 91, of the country’s $1 billion startup companies had at least one immigrant founder.
By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | Register before November 12th for your chance to win a year of pre-paid service with Public Mobile on Canada’s largest mobile network.
By Canadian Press | Survivors and families of 900 German Jews whose pleas for asylum Canada ignored during the Holocaust received an official federal apology Wednesday, as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau vowed more federal help to combat anti-Semitic acts.
By CBC News | Salam Saif, who as a child fled war torn Iraq, is one of the few people in Hamilton who could write a film like A Child of Babylon.
By CIC News | Canada is increasing its immigration targets for 2019 and 2020 and will extend its multi-year immigration levels plan through 2021, setting the stage for the arrival of 1.3 million new permanent residents between 2018 and 2021.
By CIC News | Two important changes have been introduced to the Alberta Opportunity Stream, including the removal of its minimum income requirement and an update to its minimum language requirements.
By Global News | A story that began two decades ago in a mall food court in Calgary is now bringing economic success to many new Canadians across the country.