B.C. needs a comprehensive strategy, to address the staggering number of job openings expected over the next ten years, states a new
Provinces are expanding programs and creating pathways for out-of-status migrants to ease crippling labour shortages.
Experts believe that newcomers and refugees are handling the historically high inflation in a precarious way, compared to settled immigrants.
Expanded programs must be followed with timely processing of applications to get workers to Canada, say immigration advocates and employers.
Migrant Workers Alliance for Change claims partial success, wants to see permanent removal to protect international students excluded from today’s deadline
New initiative looks at how some of Canada's biggest employers can play a key role in expediting refugees' integration.
B.C. to spend millions to make it easier for internationally educated nurses to enter the province’s health system.
A new study calls on Immigration Canada to introduce special visas and a "nomad strategy" to attract global tech talent.
From survival jobs to staged marriages, New Canadian Media’s Javier Ortega-Araiza delves into the experiences of three highly educated professionals as they