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Tag: immigration

26 Mar 2014

Canadian Immigrant Integration Program

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Canada understands that as new immigrants it can be an exciting but challenging experience. To make this transition effortless for newcomers, the Government of Canada in partnership with the Association of Canadian…

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7 Feb 2014

New Fees for the Temporary Resident Program

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Posted by: Diandra Farquharson Canada hosts more than 35 million visitors every year. Starting February 6th 2014, visitors to Canada will automatically be considered for multiple entry- visas. This will allow qualified…

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30 Jan 2014

Expression of Interest – Canada as the Matchmaker

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A few weeks in advance of St. Valentine’s Day, Canada is discussing a proposed new Expression of Interest immigration system through the use of matchmaking metaphor. Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander suggests that a new database connecting prospective skilled immigrants to Canadian employers would work similarly to “a dating site”.

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15 Jan 2014

You’re Invited to the Cosmopolis Toronto Photography Exhibit!

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Have you ever stopped to consider the personal and family stories of Toronto’s nearly 3 million inhabitants? Or the diverse paths that brought us all together? Cosmopolis Toronto is a portrait photography exhibit featuring works by Colin Boyd Shafer and curated by Vanessa Tamburro. The project is on-going and aims to capture the faces and personal stories of people from every country in the world who now make the City of Toronto their home.

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8 Jan 2014

Overcoming Barriers: Afghan girl with Cerebral Palsy celebrates PR in Canada

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Tahera Hussain Karimi is a teenage girl in Regina Saskatchewan receiving nationwide media attention this week as one of Canada’s most high profile immigration success stories. Tahera travelled to Canada 6 years ago to receive surgery that would drastically improve her quality of life. She is diagnosed with cerebral palsy and required surgery to help her be able to walk. Growing up in Afghanistan, her condition meant that she was never allowed to attend school.

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