By North Island Gazette | A new study released by Statistics Canada has found that new immigrants to Canada are generally healthier than the Canadian-born population.
News April, 2019
By Vancouver Sun | “The question is: Why do we need immigration? Well, five million Canadians are set to retire by 2035. And we have fewer people working to support seniors and retirees,” Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen said recently, echoing the watchwords of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
By CBC News | Charles Aondo wants to help immigrants with his business idea — he’s setting up a clothing company and event business to help raise money for a special immigrant fund. Aondo is originally from Nigeria, but has lived on P.E.I. for about 10 years.
Sharmarke Dubow was elected six months ago. He wants to move on from being known as Victoria’s ‘refugee city councillor’
By Star Vancouver | At 35, Sharmarke Dubow has sworn more than his share of solemn oaths.
By CBC News | A man who is helping to recruit skilled workers to northern Ontario says efforts to attract immigrants from abroad are starting to pay off.
By North Delta Reporter | The British Columbia job market is the tightest in the nation and expected to remain hot for years to come, according to a major Canadian economic think tank.
By Globe News | The death of nine-year-old Syrian refugee Amal Alsheteiwi has sparked a new discussion on the mental wellbeing of newcomers to Canada. Alshteiwi took her own life after reporting several incidences of bullying at school.
By Richmond News | Immigrant women seen as a largely untapped source for technology talent in B.C.
By Richmond News | A business incubator has been launched to help immigrants set up businesses in Canada and to help Canadians to do business in China.
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