Nicholas Keung, The Star | Link to Article
Rafiqul Islam paid his landlord $8,600 of rent upfront for a bachelor apartment in Mississauga.
Unaware of tenants’ rights under Ontario law, new immigrants like Islam are being asked by landlords to pay as much as a full year of rentRead more.
By Brian Morton, the Vancouver Sun | Link to Article
Lunar New Year is a big, big deal for Metro Vancouver’s Chinese business community, now ramping up the 15-day celebration that kicked off MondayRead more.
By Jeremy Deutsch, Kamloops | Link to Article
For the second time in a week, a federal cabinet minister stopped by the Tournament Capital, but the latest visit didn't involve a major controversial issue facing the community, such as the proposed Ajax mine.Read more.
By Clara Ho, the Calgary Herald | Link to Article
CALGARY — Canada's immigration minister is calling for minimum language proficiency standards, which could help minimize immigration fraud casesRead more.
By Joe Friesen and Bill Curry, Globe and Mail | Link to Article
After five years of minority governments, StephenRead more.
By CBC News | Link to Article
The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) is a national strategy meant to help skilled workers and entrepreneurs from other countries gain permanent resident status in Canada more quickly.
The program is runRead more.
By Nicholas Keung, the Star | Link to Article
Ontario is lagging behind in reaping the benefits of a program that brings in skilled immigrants more quickly and more successfully, a new government report shows.
A review of the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), which allowsRead more.
By Louise Elliott, CBC News | Link to Article
The federal government is set to clarify how it will deal with applications for investor-class immigration to Canada from Iran, CBC News has learned.
Canada imposed sanctions last November, freezing allRead more.