By Vancouver Sun | It was one of the happiest days of his life, but Sharmarke Dubow says he was paralyzed with emotion the day he was sworn in as a member of Victoria city council.
News December, 2018
By Times of India | Immigrants with anglicized names are more likely to get help from other in crucial life-threatening situations, according to a study which showed that people are inherently biased against ethnic sounding names.
By Toronto Star | Joseph was broken; ditto for one of the wise men. Storage had been hard on the nativity scene.
By Global News | It’s been a long and exhausting three years since Ahmad Alzoubi was forced to leave his home in Syria and flee the country.
‘We are trying to balance both cultures’: 3 years on, refugee family from Syria applies for citizenship
By CBC News | The Armenian-Syrian family arrived in Canada three years ago, which means they can now apply for citizenship.
By The Economist | What would induce a software developer to quit a good job in Silicon Valley and trade California’s sunshine for Toronto’s wintry skies?
By Mondaq | On December 18, 2018, the maximum sentence possible for impaired driving (among other things) will increase as the result of amendments to Canada’s Criminal Code, introduced by Bill C-46. This tougher stance against impaired driving is welcome by many.
By CBC News | Muslim women and children fleeing abuse could soon have access to a specialized shelter catering to their cultural and religious needs.
By Government of Canada Newsroom | Migration Compact is the first, globally negotiated, cooperative framework to facilitate safe, orderly and regular migration
By CIC News | Invitations issued to Express Entry candidates with a provincial nomination for permanent residence are up this year, according to new data from the Government of Canada.