By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | From veteran directors to first-time feature filmmakers, immigrants continued to tell compelling stories at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) that was held from September 5-15, 2019. Canadian Immigrant spotlights a few these talented voices who brought their own newcomer experiences to the big screen this year.
News October, 2019
By Canadian Immigration Newsletter Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick have experienced a nearly fourfold increase in immigration over last 20 years
By Toronto Star | Black households in Canada are almost twice as likely as white households to have trouble putting food on the table due to lack of money, according to groundbreaking new research based on Statistics Canada’s community health survey.
By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | Immigrant restaurateur and entrepreneur Mohamed Fakih, CEO of Paramount Fine Foods, speaks from his experience and offers advice to newcomers to Canada.
By Mondaq | The Ontario government has introduced changes to the Ontario Immigration Act, 2015 to include a new immigration stream for transport truck drivers, in which individuals intending to work in this occupation and live in Ontario may now qualify to apply to the province for support in obtaining permanent residence status in Canada. … Continued
By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | Novelist and playwright Anosh Irani comes from a family of Iranian descent in Mumbai, India, and moved to Vancouver in 1998 as a student to pursue his Master’s degree in Creative Writing. He has published critically acclaimed and award-winning novels including: The Cripple and His Talismans, The Song of Kahunsha, Dahanu Road and The Parcel.
By Canadian HR Reporter | Today is World Mental Health Day, when global efforts are made to raise awareness about mental health issues in all areas of life. Our workplaces have a major impact on our mental wellbeing, and for immigrants who may be in Canada without a strong social support system, experiences at work … Continued
By Vancouver Sun | Twenty years ago, refugee claimant families who moved from Kinbrace could afford to rent in East Vancouver. In the last two years these families have been moving as far as Port Moody, Richmond, Coquitlam, and Aldergrove.
By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | The fourth annual DIVERSEcity Entrepreneur & Small Business Fair is being held during Small Business Week, on Wednesday evening, October 23 at Surrey City Hall, BC. This is a great starting point for not only newcomers, but any emerging or new entrepreneur looking for information and inspiration to succeed.
By Globe and Mail | While a scaling tech company needs a great product and money to grow, it won’t get far without access to great talent. In particular, Canadian tech companies are struggling to find senior talent in almost every role. People who have experience in starting and scaling companies. People who have the … Continued