How Businesses Can Help New Immigrants Boost Canada’s Economy After COVID-19

January 13, 2021

By Canada Immigration News | A senior figure at one of Canada’s top banks has urged governments and businesses to assist the seamless integration of newcomers, describing immigration as ‘a form of economic stimulus’....

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Petition calling for official anti-racism Black Shirt Day gaining traction in B.C.

January 13, 2021

By Kelowna Capital News | More than 5,300 people have signed a petition from Anti-Racism Coalition Vancouver, calling on B.C. Minister of Education Jennifer Whiteside to designate Jan.15 as Black Shirt Day in recognition of the struggle for human and civil rights for Black and racialized Canadians....

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Immigrants are a form of economic stimulus and businesses must help them succeed

January 12, 2021

By Globe and Mail | The COVID-19 pandemic over the past 10 months has brought into sharp relief issues that have hindered Canada’s economic competitiveness and left some communities at a disadvantage in trying to achieve their full potential. For Canada to prosper in a rapidly changing world, we must ensure everyone has the opportunity to contribute....

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Wanted: international students to work in Canada

January 11, 2021

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Refugees in Canada share recipes and tastes of home in new digital cookbook

January 10, 2021

By CBC News | For Aya Wadi, a Syrian refugee who has settled in Thunder Bay, Ont., cooking and sharing food is a way to remember the family she had to leave behind....

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Chinese consumers swiftly changing Vancouver, Toronto

January 9, 2021

By Vancouver Sun | Instead of relying on clichés about ethnic Chinese people, a giant survey provides details on their preferences for luxury products and online shopping....

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