By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | Immigration is an important driver in a fast-changing world — that idea is the foundation of this year’s Conference Board of Canada’s Canadian Immigration Summit … Continued
News March, 2019
By Globel News | Canada’s health program for refugees and asylum seekers is getting a $283 million boost over the next two years.
By Vancouver Sun | The adult children of immigrants are proving adept at moving into high-skilled careers in Canada.
By CBC News | For two young refugee women living in Vancouver, food is a way to connect with their new home and share the rich culture of the home … Continued
By Vancouver Sun | The increase in international migration has helped fuel a surge in employment — even amid sluggish indicators in other parts of the economy
By Vancouver Sun | The recent terror attack in New Zealand has left some taking a temperature reading on hate in B.C. and questioning what can be done to help … Continued
By CIC News | Applicants approved for permanent residence under Canada’s Interim Pathway for Caregivers can also apply for a Canadian open work permit.
By CBC News | Nesreen Nassleh will be speaking about her experience raising 4 children in a multicultural community
By Globe and Mail | Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada remains welcoming to newcomers even as his government takes steps to curb the influx of asylum seekers coming into … Continued
By Radio Canada International | Canadians have the highest proportion of people favourable to immigrants when compared with the world’s top migrant destinations, reports the Washington-based Pew Research Centre.