It has been rolled out with great fanfare, but $10-a-day daycare under the federal Liberal government’s national plan is not helping the
‘I wasn’t even aware’: Major immigration scam surfaces as Canada marks 10 years of Fraud Prevention Month
Federal organizations, including the College of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants and the RCMP, are conducting an international awareness campaign.
After thousands of dollars and years in Canada, international students face removal orders amid immigration scam
Based on hearing transcripts and a lawyer who represents 36 impacted students, NCM details the scam and how cases are being handled.
"It hurts when I'm still considered a foreigner just because of my East Asian physical features.”
Southwest Ontario clinic announces Indigenous child health program to provide holistic, trauma-informed care
Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre is starting a new program in June offering culturally safe, trauma-informed care.
"The Iranian community in Canada cannot be happy because people in Iran are not happy.”
The affordable housing crisis across the country is a trainwreck that could derail immigration targets, experts say
Geraldine Stafford, the first civilian manager of Waterloo Regional Police Service's Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Unit and a resident of Cambridge, aims
Updated: ‘Historic’ motion to address caste discrimination approved by Toronto District School Board
"There is an insidious form of casteism that exists but no one talks about," says Chinnaiah Jangam, a history professor and author.
New immigration operation centre in Philippines part of Canada’s bid to attract more skilled workers
“The quick fix has been, we'll just import some more health-care workers...and I think we've pushed it too far.”