By Vancouver Sun | Mimi Nguyen is part of Bao Ve Collective, a Vancouver group she started with two friends that has been translating information about pandemic-related financial aid into Vietnamese.
News May, 2020
By Peace Arch News | While Semiahmoo Peninsula residents join people worldwide hoping for immunity from COVID-19, there are indications that we are not entirely immune to the virus of hatred.
By Daily Hive | Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced 45,000 summer jobs are available for Canadian youth, starting Wednesday.
By Vancouver Is Awesome | Vancouver ranks in the middle of a list of the top 100 cities in the world for managing the post COVID-19 economy.
By CBC News | Premier Jason Kenney says changes are coming to Alberta’s immigration practices as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
By Cowichan Valley Citizen | The owners of a Parksville business vandalized twice, just days apart are deeply moved by the overwhelming support the community has shown.
By Global News | Amid a surge in cases of anti-Asian racism, a new grassroots group of Canadians has launched a campaign to fight back.
By HR Reporter |
By CTV News | In the worst employment market in decades, job hunters need to prepare for what will inevitably be a video interview, say employers and job market experts who suggest there are opportunities out there.
By Gov Canada | The Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB) provides financial support to post-secondary students, and recent post-secondary and high school graduates who are unable to find work due to COVID-19.