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Stakeholders Call on B.C. Government to Reinstate Province’s Immigration Ministry

Two immigration advocacy groups in British Columbia are calling on the provincial government to create an immigration ministry to ensure better planning and successful integration of newcomers in the face of increased immigration quotas for the coming years.

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Visa Processing Times for Foreign Workers “Are Absolutely Ridiculous”

New report calls for “Trusted Employer Program” to address growing foreign worker visa backlog

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How Canadian Immigration Law Created a Crisis for the Dutch Royal Family

78 years ago, Princess Margriet was born in Ottawa. However, Canadian immigration law was a great source of anxiety for her family leading up to her birth. The Canadian government had to step in to ensure that the line of succession remained untouched by Canada’s laws.

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Nova Scotia’s Long Population Decline Might be Ending, and Immigration Could be Why

Nova Scotia is buzzing with optimism. For decades, the province was experiencing an alarming population stagnation which threatened to shrink the economy. But now, thanks to sound immigration policy, that trend has reversed.

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Ontario Silent on Whether Provincial Immigration Ministry will Return

As the federal government increases immigration levels, questions hang in the air about whether it was wise for the new Ford government in Ontario to abandon the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration in 2018. The organization had originally been responsible for the province’s policy on citizenship and immigration issues. 

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How Will President Biden Affect Canadian Immigration? Only Time Will Tell

Canada’s approach to immigrants are likely to be viewed more favourably for some time to come, even as a new administration under Joe Biden and Kamala Harris look set to unwind years of unfriendly policies beginning Jan. 20.

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Helping Rural Communities Recover from the Last Recession

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada acknowledges gaps in employment during COVID-19, allowing newcomers an easier way to resettle in rural communities by relaxing the rules around work experience.

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