While the government's recently introduced measures to increase oversight and enforcement of the consultancy industry were a long time coming, some experts
While Canada is taking steps to sharing knowledge of Indigenous history with newcomers, including through an updated citizenship oath, critics say more
Activists worry about a “secretive policy shift” that may explain an unprecedented rate of rejections of PR applications on Humanitarian & Compassionate
Migrant advocates argue that the first-come, first-serve nature of the government’s program is “unfair” and exclusionary due to language, technological and financial
In 2020, the Parents and Grandparents Program (PGP) only accepted 10,000 applications, a relatively low number. On Tuesday, Immigration Minister Mendicino announced
Thousands of expired Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) holders remain in limbo because of previous travel restrictions that stopped them from "landing"
“How are classroom teachers integrating Indigenous content into their teachings?” Local Journalism Initiative reporter Daniela Cohen looks into how classroom teaching