By Government of Canada Newsroom | Migration Compact is the first, globally negotiated, cooperative framework to facilitate safe, orderly and regular migration
News December, 2018
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.
By Vancouver Sun | A Pakistani man will, once again, have to go before a refugee board and attempt to prove he’s bisexual as part of his quest to secure refugee status in Canada.
By Globe and Mail | More than three quarters of Canada’s domestic homicide victims were women, according to a new report released Thursday that said belonging to some specific demographic groups elevates the risk of a violent death even more.
By Globe News | Migrants tend to be healthier than the residents of wealthy countries they travel to, such as the United States, and often help fight diseases by becoming healthcare workers in those nations, according to a study published on Wednesday.
By Vancouver Sun | A new government program to bring foreign talent in more quickly is working, yet Canada continues to lose thousands of highly educated, skilled people to the United States each year.
By Vancouver Sun | Ask the leader of any technology company and they’ll tell you that hiring engineers, data scientists or mathematicians is one of their biggest challenges.
By Toronto Star | Men who graduated from Canadian universities between 2010 and 2014 made a median amount of almost $6,000 more than women two years after graduating, a new Statistics Canada study has found.
By SurreyLIP | In 2018, TRIEC conducted study to better understand the progress that was made in improving labour market outcomes for immigrants in Toronto. The study was conducted in the summer and fall of 2018, with a primary focus on the GTA.
By SurreyLIP | In 2014, when the federal government repatriated the transfer of settlement funds from the provincial Government of BC to the national settlement program, there was a shift in the way that organizations serving immigrants and refugees interacted with the provincial government.