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By admin2 on Tuesday, November 29, 2016
On November 19, changes will be made to Express Entry that are intended to support the Global Skills Strategy, contribute to Canada's economic growth and assists employers in meeting labour market needs. These changes are part of a number of improvements the Government to address emerging needs and ensure long-term economic growth for the middle class.
By admin2 on Tuesday, November 29, 2016
On the eve of potential cuts to city programs and services, a new report has found that Toronto has the highest percentage of children living in low-income families of any large urban area in Canada. The report also reveals huge disparities in family access to housing, food, transit, childcare, and recreation.
By admin2 on Thursday, November 17, 2016
Among measures to control costs, Legal Aid Ontario has come up with a country list to determine which asylum hearing costs will be covered. This has sparked fear among lawyers and advocates that coverage and representation of refugees in asylum hearings could be compromised.
By admin2 on Thursday, November 17, 2016

Newly released statistics show Canada's citizenship and immigration website experienced a huge spike in web traffic from the U.S. just before it crashed on Tuesday, as results from the American presidential election were rolling in. A number of U.S. citizens have said they may consider applying to move to Canada if Trump follows through on proposed policies such as mass deportations of illegal immigrants or the reopening of international trade agreements.

By admin2 on Thursday, November 17, 2016
On November 7th, the family of Ned Livingston Peart is bringing forth legal action at Ontario's Superior Court with the hope of ending their 16 year quest for justice. In 2002, Peart a migrant farm worker from Jamaica was killed in a workplace accident near Brantford, Ontario.
By admin2 on Thursday, November 10, 2016
Despite voting, having children, and working in Canada, adult residents face deportation stemming from immigration errors made during their childhood while wards of Canadian state institutions.
By admin2 on Thursday, November 10, 2016
Article arguing for continued mass immigration to Canada as a means of furthering the prosperity and opportunity that immigration provides as well as continuing a decades-long trend of Canada’s openness to immigrant arrival.
By admin2 on Thursday, November 10, 2016
New helpline assists Canadian Sikhs overcome language, cultural and financial barriers that hinder access to established social services and institutions.
By admin2 on Thursday, November 10, 2016
Toronto caregiver risks being deported because of immigration technicalities despite 4 years of providing close and culturally specific care of elderly individual and assistance to her family.
By admin2 on Thursday, November 10, 2016
After surprise announcement restating the government’s commitment to offering protection to at-risk Yazidis, the community and its supporters are still waiting for details of Canada’s resettlement plan.