By Vancouver Sun | Migration continues to shape Canada, which brought in a record 350,000 immigrants in 2019, plus a larger-than-ever number of international students and guest workers.
News December, 2019
By Vancouver Sun | “If it wasn’t for (Safe Schools) I feel like I’d still be getting into trouble. They have helped me calm down. I was getting into too … Continued
By Burnaby Now | Employers in the Burnaby and Coquitlam area anticipate a “reasonable” hiring climate for the first three months of 2020, according to a recent survey.
By Vancouver Courier | When the family-friendly Hallmark Channel recently pulled, under pressure from a conservative group, a set of ads featuring a kiss between two happy brides at the … Continued
By Business in Vancouver | Starting this year, thousands of skilled labourers and tradespeople will be needed in B.C. for a handful of multibillion-dollar construction projects that will be underway … Continued
By CBC News | Running onto the basketball court, high-fiving fans — for a moment, a group of Milton youth are made to feel like basketball stars. But this isn’t … Continued
By North Delta Reporter | For Moe Mottaghi, he has two challenges when searching for a job: being a senior and being an immigrant.
These FREE employment programs offer valuable career training for newcomer and refugee women in Metro Vancouver
By Vancouver is Awsome | For those who are new to Canada, making the first steps into employment may seem like a daunting task. It’s not only about finding work, … Continued
By Vancouver Sun | Major companies including Ikea, Lego and Vodafone pledged to do more to help refugees get access to education and employment on Monday, ahead of a global … Continued
By Statistics Canada | Immigrants admitted to Canada in 2016 reported a median entry wage of $25,900 in 2017, the highest recorded among immigrants admitted since 1981. Although the entry wages of recent immigrants have … Continued