About 100 demonstrators from various cultural and ethnic backgrounds blockaded a train on the CN railways in Toronto on Nov. 21 in
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees has a huge backlog of applications. Requiring privately-sponsored Afghan refugees to first be approved by
The government is planning on finally recognizing foreign credentials of internationally-trained immigrants in Ontario. This would mean that newcomers would be able
Immigration advocates are criticizing the government’s “strategic” decision to allow failed refugee claimants to apply for permanent residence, calling the requirements “nitpicky”
Canadians have voted. And after a $600-million election, we are right back to a minority Liberal government, virtually the same as the
Community leaders and new immigrants see hope for working with a minority Liberal government – but the work had to start yesterday,
With the federal election on Monday, NCM summarizes top, must-read stories from this week: on vaccine passports, Alberta’s COVID-19 crisis and more.
While public and privately-led community and volunteer efforts to help Afghan refugees have been swift, some critics note the striking similarities in