Photo of a student writing in a notebook in a park. In Quebec, students from developing countries face a lot of challenges.

Is Quebec Pushing Away Its International Students?

Is Quebec a less welcoming place for international students? In the second part of this two-part series, Christopher Chanco examines the situation for those caught between a pandemic and changes to provincial immigration policies.

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caregiver Hessed Torres and her daughter. Hessed Torres is also a migrants and womens advocate

The Legacy of Canada’s Caregiver Policies: Part II

The legacy of the Live-in Caregiver Program (LCP) is rife with complaints of abuse and exploitation, despite successive revisions to the original guidelines. This piece focuses on the changes in caregiver policies over the years—and the practices that continue to persist. This is part of a larger series profiling newcomers across Canada whose lives have been touched by Canada’s immigration policies.

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A joung woman carrying a textbook in a classroom.

Valentine’s Surprise for Migrant Workers and International Students

Facing plunging immigration levels, Canada is opening its doors wider to attract and retain skills and talent from around the world.

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Promise on Parent-Grandparent Sponsorships Unfulfilled

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) resumed receiving sponsorship applications for parents and grandparents (PGP) of Canadian citizens and permanent residents on Monday morning. The case processing centre in Mississauga, Ontario opened its window for…

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