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Canada proves land of opportunity for famous immigrant inventors

December 6, 2018

By Vancouver Sun | Ask the leader of any technology company and they’ll tell you that hiring engineers, data scientists or mathematicians is one of their biggest challenges....

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Women still make less than men two years after graduation

December 4, 2018

By Toronto Star | Men who graduated from Canadian universities between 2010 and 2014 made a median amount of almost $6,000 more than women two years after graduating, a new Statistics Canada study has found....

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TRIEC Report: State of Immigrant Inclusion

December 1, 2018

By SurreyLIP | In 2018, TRIEC conducted study to better understand the progress that was made in improving labour market outcomes for immigrants in Toronto. The study was conducted in the summer and fall of 2018, with a primary focus on the GTA....

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AMSSA: Provincial Engagement Strategy and Call for Action

December 1, 2018

By SurreyLIP | In 2014, when the federal government repatriated the transfer of settlement funds from the provincial Government of BC to the national settlement program, there was a shift in the way that organizations serving immigrants and refugees interacted with the provincial government....

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Most Vancouverites support extending municipal voting rights to permanent residents

November 28, 2018

By Business in Vancouver | Six months ago, Vancouver City Council passed a unanimous motion to ask the provincial government to “make the necessary changes” that would allow permanent residents to cast ballots in municipal elections....

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Syrian refugee, stranded seven months in Malaysia airport, lands in Canada

November 28, 2018

By Reuters | A Syrian man who spent seven months stranded in a Malaysian airport arrived in Canada this week, ending a months-long ordeal that highlighted asylum seekers’ often bizarre quest for refuge....

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