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 2019.
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 they left behind in Syria.
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 prevent its rise.
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 the country at unofficial entry points.
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.