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‘I’ve Seen the Good, the Bad and the Ugly as an International Student’

There are hundreds of thousands of international students in Canada, and they contribute a significant amount of money into Canada’s economy. Despite the large presence they have in this country, there isn’t the right infrastructure or support for international students.

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How Introverted Immigrants Navigate the Canadian Job Market

Canadian immigration experts believe that online networking is not enough to clinch a job. One has to step out to meet people and build connections. But how do you navigate the job market if language challenges or behavioural traits make it hard to network in person?

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Canadians in Hong Kong Review City’s Economic Future Amid Outbreak

After months of political protests and social turmoil brought Hong Kong to a near standstill, fears of the COVID-19 outbreak are disrupting the city again, compelling the Canadian community in Hong Kong to weigh the economic pros and cons of life in Asia’s financial hub.

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Coronavirus Evacuees Finally Heading Home to Vancouver

When Daniela Luo stepped off the plane, headed for quarantine, she was deeply impressed. Everyone was nice and welcoming. Their room was equipped with a microwave, TV and refrigerator, and disinfected each day. Meals are delivered to them by staff in protective clothing. They can get fresh air, too.

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