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By admin2 on Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Global think tank's ranking bumps Canada lower over deteriorating access to family reunification and citizenship.

By admin2 on Monday, May 25, 2015

Part-time. Temporary. Self-employed. This is the new norm for millions of Ontario workers, the so-called “precariously employed” struggling in the absence of regulations to protect them. As the province launches a review of its antiquated Employment Standards Act, the Star brings you their stories, and ways to fix it.

By admin2 on Monday, May 25, 2015

Learn to Camp Program introduces immigrant families to the joys of connecting with nature. The Camp mission is to help reverse the affects of 'nature deficit disorder' - the negative health impact when people disconnect from nature.

By admin2 on Monday, May 25, 2015

Up to 6,000 immigrants every year discover they can’t come back and may lose their permanent status because of an expired document.

By admin2 on Thursday, May 21, 2015
The three-page training guide, titled “Evidence of Relationship,” lists clues officers should look for in assessing a spousal sponsorship application. Ostensible warning signs that it’s a sham marriage include: couples who are not depicted kissing on the lips in their wedding photos; university-educated Chinese nationals who marry non-Chinese; a small wedding reception in a restaurant; a Canadian sponsor who is relatively uneducated, with a low-paying job or on welfare.