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New Brunswickers Keep Close Eye on Family Back Home in Lebanon

“The hardship they’re having since the explosion until this date is worse than what they lived in the 20 years of the Lebanese civil war.” Lebanon has gone from bad to worse, according to New Brunswickers with family still there, as the country marked the grim anniversary of the port explosion last week.

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Understanding Immigrant Women and Domestic Violence

Many immigrant women who are experiencing domestic violence require culturally sensitive support services. A new project on Canada’s east coast aims to ensure these types of services are made available. The New Brunswick Multicultural Council…

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Williamson Tweets Apology for ‘Offensive and Inappropriate’ Language on TFW Program

Conservative MP and former PMO director of communications John Williamson is apologizing for controversial comments he made Saturday about Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker program. Williamson’s apology comes after he told delegates at the Manning Networking…

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Immigrant-owned Businesses Leverage Exports

Immigration Business Network ib2ib applauds the findings of a recent study done by the Conference Board of Canada that clearly shows immigrant entrepreneurs advance Canada’s export agenda outside of the U.S. more than non-immigrant Canadian…

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