Immigrant wage gap costing Canada $50-billion a year in GDP: report

September 21, 2019

By Globe and Mail | The growing wage gap between immigrants and Canadian-born workers has hit a new high, with new Canadians earning 10 per cent less on average, says a new report....

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Chinese takeout, tacos or curry? Our multicultural marketplace turns cultures into fetishized objects

September 20, 2019

By The Conversation | Does your weekly dinner routine revolve around ethnic cuisines? Have you tried taco Tuesdays, pho Fridays or spaghetti Saturdays? When eating out or ordering in, do you choose ethnic restaurants that offer delicious dishes like dumplings, curry or sushi?...

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Few Sask. immigrants seeking office despite growing population

September 19, 2019

By Globe News | Despite immigration being the biggest contributor to Saskatchewan’s population growth, proportionally fewer people from the immigrant community are seeking public office....

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Burnaby job market rated as ‘cautiously optimistic’ for rest of 2019

September 13, 2019

By Burnaby Now ! According to the latest ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey, Burnaby-Coquitlam area employers expect a cautiously optimistic hiring climate for the fourth quarter of 2019....

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The open society, Canada’s best response to immigration

September 13, 2019

By Vancouver Sun | OPINION: The vast majority of immigrants will, at some point, pass a language test and successfully answer questions on Canadian history, culture and values, culminating in the oath of citizenship...

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Opinion: It’s time to face facts, diversity makes Canada stronger

September 11, 2019

By PrinceGeorgeMatters | A couple years ago I had the honour to give opening remarks at a ceremony at New Vista Society in Burnaby recognizing a $1.5-million contribution of a benefactor, Ms. Eunice Oh....

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