Ugandan Asians mourn the passing of a community titan, as they prepare to mark the 50th anniversary of their arrival in Canada.
Two immigration advocacy groups in British Columbia are calling on the provincial government to create an immigration ministry to ensure better planning
Visible minorities make up 48.9 per cent of British Columbia's population. The province has experienced a surge in racist incidents before and
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada acknowledges gaps in employment during COVID-19, allowing newcomers an easier way to resettle in rural communities by
Four-time MLA Mable Elmore, the only Filipino-Canadian member of the B.C. legislative assembly, given a parliamentary secretary position instead.