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What an Inclusive Recovery from the COVID-19 “Economic Firestorm” Could Look Like

This fourth edition of our special project, “Bridging the Mainstream-Ethnic Digital Divide in COVID-19 Literacy,” focuses on the economic impacts of the pandemic on immigrants and visible minorities, as covered in ethnic media in comparison to mainstream media.

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Border Services lists “X-Factors” Driving Irregular Migration

Current curbs on international travel, economic crises, the targeting of minority groups, organized crime and inhumane practices like female genital mutilation (FGM) in faraway places are among the factors that will continue to force migrants to put their lives at risk to reach Canadian shores.

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Canada Must Double Down on Efforts to Attract More Skilled Immigrants: Business Council

Canada needs to build on the success of its immigration system to make the country an even more powerful magnet for international talent, urges a new report by the Business Council of Canada

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Canadian Software Company in China Re-Opens Amid Fears of ‘Second Wave’

With the coronavirus appearing to now be under control in the country where it started, China is firing up its economic engine. But as one Canadian entrepreneur found, rejuvenating business will require focusing on new opportunities.

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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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