HR Reporter | Quebec Superior Court has issued a temporary injunction ordering the provincial government to resume processing more than 18,000 immigration applications.
News February, 2019
By News Wire | British Columbia residents are long accustomed to rankings that rate the province’s quality-of-life and scenery as among the best in the world. These days, however, there’s … Continued
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By IRCC Caregivers will soon have access to 2 new 5-year caregiver immigration pilots that will replace expiring and ineffective pilot programs. The new pilots will allow caregivers to come … Continued
By Revelstoke Review | Renowned Vancouver-based author and architect David Wong will discuss racism and diversity at two Mar. 5/6 presentations in Revelstoke.
By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | Canada welcomed as many as 310,000 new immigrants to Canada in 2018. Their new plan is to gradually increase that number to 350,000 by 2021. … Continued
By Daily Commercial News | The latest labour market statistics served up by Statistics Canada indicate a number-of-jobs increase year over year, in January 2019, of +1.8% and a nation-wide … Continued
By Globe and Mail | Wang Weidong’s shop in Chinatown offers the typical bounty of the Montreal dépanneur − lottery tickets, toothpaste, fireworks, an entire wall of snacks and, of … Continued
By North Shore News | It starts with a meal and ends with an education.
SURVEY: Half of B.C. immigrants say they do not find jobs matching their training, skills and experience
By Globe News Wire | Newcomers with professional and trades skills feel welcomed in B.C. but most say their workplace credentials are undervalued, leading to economic difficulties and employment exclusion, … Continued