By Vancouver Sun | Canada’s Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Ahmed Hussen came to Windsor Wednesday to celebrate the four decades of success of the country’s private refugee sponsorship program.
News February, 2019
By Vancouver Sun | Populism has arisen virtually everywhere in the West, but remains weak in English Canada.
By IKEA News | IKEA Canada is launching a coast-to-coast program that will support the company in hiring 250 refugees over the next three years.
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By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | It’s a devastating immigrant story. An internationally trained doctor arrives in Canada eager to start a new life, but after months of obstacles in relicensing and job searching, the doctor gets frustrated, depressed and ends up taking a survival job.
By TriCities News Discussions related to immigration in Canada have been dominated in recent months by two topics: refugee claimants and family reunification.
Fraser Health moves and expands ROSHNI CLINIC to better support people struggling with substance use
On February 7, 2019 Fraser Health has expanded the hours and services provided by the Roshni Clinic to better support people in South Asian communities who are struggling with substance use.
BC will need more than 14,600 additional construction and maintenance industry workers to meet peak labour demands by 2021
By Globe News Wire | The labour market in British Columbia’s construction and maintenance industry has already experienced shortages and will require at least 14,600 additional workers by peak market activity in 2021, according to the latest labour market forecast released today by BuildForce Canada.
By Vancouver Sun For people in the U.S. illegally, speaking up about missing wages can come at a big cost: deportation. Authorities and advocates say that since President Donald Trump’s 2016 election they’ve seen an increase in reports of dodgy bosses threatening to call federal immigration agents on workers.
By Daily Hive | Graduating class of 2019: how do you create impact with your professional career? Venture for Canada, a national non-profit connecting entrepreneurial grads to growing startups, is helping launch impactful careers in a big way.