By CIC News | Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has named Marco Mendicino as Canada’s next Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship. A descendant of Italian immigrants to Canada, Mendicino represents the riding of Eglinton-Lawrence in Toronto, Ontario. The 46 year old has an extensive background in law and worked for nearly 10 years as a … Continued
News November, 2019
By Vancouver Sun | A Vancouver suburb that boasts the largest proportion of immigrants anywhere in Canada has unveiled the final draft of its “cultural harmony” strategy, which officials hope will bring together residents and ease social tensions.
By CIC News | It’s common knowledge that immigrants who are highly proficient in English and/or French have stronger odds of integrating into Canada’s labour force and society.
By Canadian Immigrant Magazine | I have always had a passion for writing. When I was young, my mother encouraged me. So did my junior high teacher. When my first piece appeared in China Daily (overseas edition), I was thrilled, even though it was just the size of tofu. After that, I was hungry for more. I experienced the … Continued
By CTV News | Thousands of young refugees could be hearing a version of “Could you tell me how to get to Sesame Street?” in Arabic next year.
By Surrey Now-Leader | More than 100 newcomer families in Surrey registered for a winter clothing campaign with DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society.
By CBC News | Last January, Renmart Buhay, a student at Simon Fraser University joined students from different faculties in an interdisciplinary program called Health Change Lab, which is aimed at addressing a social or environmental problem in Surrey.
By CIC News | The children of immigrants are helping increase the general level of education in Canada, a new study shows.
By National Post | A Vancouver suburb that boasts the largest proportion of immigrants anywhere in Canada has unveiled the final draft of its “cultural harmony” strategy, which officials hope will bring together residents and ease social tensions.
By Toronto Star | Immigrants may have made progress reaching the first rung on their career ladder in Canada, but they are getting nowhere near the C-suites, a new report says. Among the leading Greater Toronto Area employers across the public, private and non-profit sectors, only 6 per cent of executives — those at the … Continued