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 another accolade that’s putting a spring into the step of residents: at just 4.4%, B.C. is home to the lowest unemployment rate in Canada – … 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 to Canada together with their family and provide a pathway to permanent residence.
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. What does this all mean? It means there will be many newcomers filing Canadian taxes for the very first time.
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 unemployment rate of 5.8%. In an earlier article (“Canada’s +67,000 January Jobs Number Launches Year on Fast Track”), there was discussion of industrial sub-sector jobs … 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 course, beer and wine. One recent morning, the store also featured novel fare: French lessons.
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, according to a new survey by Vancity in partnership with Angus Reid Global.