How the NOC Puts International Graduates in Vulnerable Positions

The National Occupational Classification (NOC) system categorizes jobs based on skill level and occupation. But requiring specific NOC jobs for work permits and permanent residency is making it difficult for new graduates and their partners to stay.

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business women are opening new business ventures despite risks

Undaunted by COVID-19, These Women Entrepreneurs Are Thriving

Canada has more than 1.1 million small and mid-sized businesses, and 28 per cent of the country’s entrepreneurs are women. Even as COVID-19 continues to cause massive disruptions across all sectors, some women are daring to open new businesses despite the risks.

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New Study Reveals Systemic Racism in Creative Industries

Do BIPOC professionals in creative industries feel included and accepted in the Canadian workplace? Abhijeet Ray, ethnic media specialist, reports on the findings of a ground-breaking study by People of Colour in Advertising and Marketing (POCAM).

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