B.C. sees spike in number of Indian visitors

November 8, 2019

By Business in Vancouver | The country whose nationals’ visits to B.C. are increasing the most is by far India, according to Destination British Columbia data for the first eight months of the year....

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B.C. adds 15,300 jobs in October, reversing months of losses

November 8, 2019

By Business in Vancouver | What happened: B.C.’s unemployment rate fell as the province added thousands of new jobs in October. Why it matters: The West Coast piled up four consecutive months of losses....

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These FREE employment programs offer valuable career training for newcomer and refugee women in Metro Vancouver

November 5, 2019

By Vancouver is Awesome | 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, it’s also about finding a career that is a good match to their skills, experience and expectations....

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Most Canadians support immigration of STEM workers from Asia: report

November 2, 2019

By Vancouver Sun | Many Canadians want the government to develop public policies to promote the immigration of skilled and talented workers from Asia....

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B.C. experts weigh in on ‘speak English’ racist rant in Burnaby drugstore

November 2, 2019

By Vancouver Sun | The rant was unacceptable, most say. If it was about bad customer service, complaining to management is the proper approach...

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Community activists launch Stop Racism Alliance in response to recent incidents

November 2, 2019

By Vancouver Sun | The new alliance wants to raise awareness about racist behaviour that goes unseen, but also to work with police to establish policies for investigating charges of racism....

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