Surrey asked to revive disbanded diversity advisory committee

July 17, 2020

By Vancouver Sun | Pauline Greaves, who ran for mayor in 2018, would like to see the diversity advisory committee revived, in light of the current focus on anti-racism. She was a member of the committee, which was merged with a parks and recreation committee early last year....

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B.C. invests $10M to establish Canada’s first Chinese Canadian museum

July 17, 2020

By CTV News | The British Columbia government is investing $10 million to build a museum to honour the contributions of Chinese Canadians to the province’s history....

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Many employers can’t find staff they need: Survey

July 17, 2020

By HR Reporter | Many employers are having a hard time rehiring or finding the workers they need to safely reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a survey by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB)....

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Canada’s Federal Skilled Worker Program at a glance

July 17, 2020

By CIC News | The Federal Skilled Worker Program is Canada’s leading and most popular immigration program. It has come a long way since launching in 1967....

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No biometrics needed for temporary residence applicants in Canada

July 17, 2020

By CIC News | The biometrics requirement has been temporarily scrapped by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for temporary resident applicants who are already in Canada....

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Canada will have to rely on immigration as global fertility rate plummets: study

July 15, 2020

By CTV News | Canada’s current openness to immigration must continue if the country wants to maintain one of the world’s largest economies for the rest of the century, according to a new study projecting global population and economic trends between now and 2100....

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