Global travel is depressed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but despite this Canada has remained an attractive destination for those hoping to start a new life in a new country.View More Interest in Immigrating to Canada High Despite Pandemic, Report Finds
Having temporary or multiple jobs used to be common for new immigrants who needed to gain the so-called “Canadian experience” and wait until their academic papers are credited, or study for a new career. But…View More Gig Economy Continues to Push Immigrants into Unstable Jobs
Reaching out to people of colour requires some creativity because immigrant students are often trying to survive in a new countryView More POC in Tech industry: What makes applicants look at job postings and decide they don’t fit?
Bridging programs are giving newcomers an opportunity to gain new skills and integrate more easily into the Canadian job market. Kamo Mailyan studied public administration, worked in hospitality and promoted civic participation in his native…View More Bridging Programs Speed Up Entry to Job Market
An editor’s open letter following her firing by a Chinese-language newspaper over the Michael Chan affair has re-opened the conversation among “ethnic” journalists about professional standards and the future of the industry. In her open…View More Editor’s Open Letter Unsettles Chinese Media
Forty-two-year-old Hoda Yasir is considered one of the most trusted and punctual house-cleaning ladies in the west part of Mississauga. Still, the Syrian-born refugee doesn’t get much work because she has no personal transportation to…View More Successful Integration for Syrian Refugees
The 15th National Conference of Metropolis, held in Ottawa from March 14 to 16, saw a large gathering of individuals involved with immigration, including academics, policy-makers, researchers, and immigrant-settlement workers. Over the three days, the…View More Cherry-picking the best and the brightest for Canada