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Federal Government Opens Pathways to Immigrants from Hong Kong

Due to rising political tensions in China, Canada creates a three-year open work permit for Hong Kong residents. The open work permit will be available to those who have graduated from post-secondary institutions in Canada or abroad within the last five years.

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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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Tory Candidates Make Joint Pitch to Chinese Voters

Seven Conservative candidates representing Greater Toronto Area (GTA) ridings with a significant presence of ethnic Chinese voters came together on Tuesday to promote their party platform. The Chinese Canadian Conservative Association (CCCA) organized the event…

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Richmond Residents Divided on Immigration

If Joseph Martinez was given the option, he would “export half of the population of Richmond back to China.” Owner of Little Paws Animal Clinic and resident of the newly created federal riding of Steveston…

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