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 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 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 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 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 Joe Friesen and Bill Curry, Globe and Mail | Link to Article
After five years of minority governments, StephenRead 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 Betty Ann Adam, the Vancouver Sun | Link to Article
Removing obstacles that prevent internationally trained health-care professionals from working in Saskatchewan is the goal of $5 million in newRead more.