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By admin2 on Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Since Donald Trump became president and announced his immigration and refugee policies, thousands have been finding their way to Roxham Road in Champlain, New York to cross into Canada.  Even in frigid weather, the stream of people hasn’t stopped.  Volunteers on both sides of the border are offering help and reassurance.
By admin2 on Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Less than half the foreign nationals forced to leave Canada last year did so voluntarily and paid their own way home, according to data from the border services agency.
By admin2 on Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Immigration and tax specialists are pressing Ottawa to adopt numerous proposals they believe would put an end to widespread illegitimate migration schemes, such as those employed by two rich families, whose tactics were exposed this month in B.C. Supreme Court
By admin2 on Wednesday, January 24, 2018
A study of census data examines the ethnic differences in after-tax incomes across first, second and third generations of immigrants by ethnicity.
By admin2 on Wednesday, January 24, 2018

After years of development and discussion, a University of Winnipeg professor has created a new guide that aims to help refugee students thrive in the classroom. Bridging Two Worlds: Supporting Newcomer and Refugee Youth, explores topics identified during interviews with teachers, students and parents over a span of three years.

By admin2 on Wednesday, January 24, 2018
A one-cent increase in social spending for every dollar spent on health care increases life expectancy and cuts premature death, study shows.
By admin2 on Wednesday, January 24, 2018
The insecurity felt by many of Quebec City's roughly 10,000 Muslims is made worse by the growing number of far-right groups active in the area.
By admin2 on Wednesday, January 24, 2018
Albert Nsabiyumva has been in Canada with is wife and four children since 2007. He escaped from Burundi after fearing for his safety in his homeland. After four and a half years in Canada, he and his family were finally given refugee status. Meanwhile, back in Burundi his sister and her family hoped Burundi would change for the better, but it only got worse.
By admin2 on Wednesday, January 24, 2018
For The Accent Effect — a CBC Toronto series looking at attitudes about accents — we spoke to three people who have navigated life in Toronto speaking with an accent. They talk candidly about the unsolicited observations, prying questions and memorable interactions.
By admin2 on Friday, January 19, 2018
Canada is seen as a global beacon on immigration. But Justin Trudeau would be wise to look for the warning signs that Britain ignored before Brexit.
By admin2 on Friday, January 19, 2018
The federal government's streamlined spousal-sponsorship program was supposed to fast-track the immigration process for the foreign-born husbands and wives of Canadians. But for a Swedish woman living in Ottawa, the process has been anything but smooth, with her application being sent back not once, but twice. Her immigration lawyer blames government error. Each time, Alexandra Dickenson's application went back to the bottom of the pile.
By admin2 on Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Four migrant workers from India faced harsh living conditions and were drastically underpaid as sculptors on a Hindu temple in Toronto, according to two of the workers who spoke exclusively to CBC Toronto.
By admin2 on Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Immigrants from countries the president doesn’t like are much higher skilled, on average, than Canadians who have been here for generations.
By admin2 on Wednesday, January 17, 2018
A shocking B.C. Supreme Court case that pitted two rich families from China against each other provides grim revelations about the kind of migration, tax, and real-estate scams regularly occurring in Metro Vancouver and beyond.
By admin2 on Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Imagine living your entire life as a Canadian, then suddenly finding out you’re not actually a citizen. Consider what it would be like to grow up in Canada with Canadian parents, but then have a baby in another country and discover your child is not entitled to Canadian citizenship. It's happened to many people over the past few decades, as Canada has changed its citizenship laws. 
By admin2 on Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Francisco Rico, co-founder of FCJ, says up to 30 young people come through the centre every week. At a weekly youth group, they form friendships and share fears about their uncertain future. Two years ago, he approached York University to discuss the possibility of a pilot project for those young people.
By admin2 on Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Not being able to speak the same language as their new peers. Exposure to violence in their country of origin. Being separated from family members. These are just some of the unique factors faced by children who are new to Canada — particularly by refugees — that could put them at risk for mental health issues, according to the Canadian Paediatric Society's (CPS) guide for health professionals who work with immigrant and refugee children and youth.
By admin2 on Wednesday, January 17, 2018
When Arline Geronimus was a student at Princeton University in the late 1970s, she worked a part-time job at a school for pregnant teenagers in Trenton, N.J. She quickly noticed that the teenagers at that part-time job were suffering from chronic health conditions that her whiter, better-off Princeton classmates rarely experienced. Geronimus began to wonder: how much of the health problems that the young mothers in Trenton experienced were caused by the stresses of their environment?
By admin2 on Wednesday, January 17, 2018
The Federal Court has slammed an immigration tribunal adjudicator for acting as “moral police” in denying an HIV-positive man permission to reunite with his daughters in Canada, blaming him for contracting the virus from an affair.
By admin2 on Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Canada is sending a Spanish-speaking lawmaker to California to dissuade potential migrants from illegally crossing the border following Washington’s decision to end the temporary protected status of some 200,000 Salvadorans.
By admin2 on Thursday, January 11, 2018

Hundreds of thousands of immigrants in the U.S. may face violence and murder in their home countries. What happens when they are forced to return?

By admin2 on Thursday, January 11, 2018
The Liberal government has a contingency plan for a potential flood of Salvadoran asylum seekers, but it is not expecting a sudden surge of people crossing the border from the United States.
By admin2 on Thursday, January 11, 2018
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau admitted the system failed a former child refugee facing deportation to Somalia, during a town hall in the Halifax area on Tuesday.
By admin2 on Thursday, January 11, 2018
The precious finds were discovered in 2015 by Infrastructure Ontario when it led a complex excavation and archeological dig to build a new Toronto courthouse, once a public parking lot, just steps from today’s city hall.
By admin2 on Thursday, January 11, 2018

An anonymous donor has made a staggering $100-million gift to Toronto’s Centre for Addiction and Mental Health. The donation was given to support research into mental illnesses, which affect some 6.7 million Canadians and are the leading cause of disability on earth.