Three months since the IRCC launched a one-year pilot program to relieve employment pressures from international students, some experts are still worried.
“Canadian leaders have shown that they believe that the lives of these people matter and must be protected."
Internationally trained dentists call on examination board to expedite re-certification process as Canada faces a shortage in dentistry professionals by 2028.
Centering Black voices, stories of triumph in Canada’s K-12 school curriculums beyond Black History Month.
Waiving eligibility requirements for nearly half a million visitor visas will erode public confidence in the integrity of Canada’s immigration system and
Grassroots organizers say more police on Toronto’s streets will have negative impact on already-suffering social services.
Canada appears to be losing its value of multiculturalism as 68 per cent of poll respondents say minorities should do more to
A study revealed that on average, newcomers seeking a rental home face 11 times as much discrimination as non-newcomers
Diaspora advocates push for Canada's leaders to assist those displaced by mass killings and genocide in North-East Africa.
On the third anniversary of the plane catastrophe, the Iranian diaspora still hold out hope to find justice.