Victoria Gallery Opens Vietnamese-Canadian Exhibit

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In 2017, artist Chrystal Phan worked at the Royal B.C. Museum in Victoria. During this time, she detected something that got her disappointed. She stated that her disappointment came when she realized that her fellow Vietnamese-Canadians were not represented in the museum’s exhibit on families that year. Last year, Phan decided to do a solo […]

Survey Says 45% of Canadian Employers to Raise Salaries 8.1%

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The continuing labour shortage in Canada has resulted in an increase in wages for many workers. While there is hope that the talent shortage will ease shortly, employers across the country are projecting future salary bumps into their budgets. According to a survey of over 17,000 businesses across the country, 45% of the businesses expect […]

Widespread Consensus in Support of Immigration to Canada

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The large number of immigrants entering Canada in the last two years can be attributed to the great consensus supporting immigration. This positive attitude towards Canadian immigration is evident in that all three major political parties in the country support it. At the same time, they put actions in place to minimize the bureaucratic processes […]

Watch: What are the largest Immigrant Groups in Canada?

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If you click on the play button below, you can watch the changes in the immigrant groups in Canada through the years in the clip made by Animated Stats. For example, you can learn that in 2008, there were 588,423 immigrants from China. Furthermore, ten years later, India was number 1 – about 700,000 immigrants […]

Aging Demographics Drive Demand for Canadian Immigration

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Marco Mendicino, Canada’s federal Minister of Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship, has announced a plan to fight against Canada’s demographic dilemma. More than nine million baby boomers will be at retirement age over the next ten years, which will create a labor shortage. If the challenges are not considered, healthcare costs could rise, pension payments will […]

Watch: More South Asian Immigrants Working in Canada as Truck Drivers

Over one-third of Canada’s 181,000 truck drivers are immigrants, and the majority of them are from India and speak Punjabi, according to Statistics Canada’s National Household Survey. A new organization, North American Punjabi Trucking Association, is proof of the group’s growing heft. Based in California, NAPTA trains new members on new technology and regulations, and […]

More People Work in Canada’s Clean Energy Sector

The clean-energy field in Canada is expanding more quickly than the economy in its entirety. Other well-known industries are feeling the pressure of finding skilled workers due to the growth. A think-tank at Simon Fraser University, Clean Energy Canada, released a study showing a picture of the industry that people do not know much about. […]

Canadian Universities Among World’s Top 100 for 2019

Once again, several universities in Canada ranked high on the list as the best universities in the world. The University of Toronto, noted as the birthplace of stem cell and insulin research, was ranked 21st on the list. It is commonly listed in several publications as the number one Canadian university. The second Canadian institution […]

Canadians Get Financial Help from Philanthropists to Sponsor Refugees

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Jennifer Basu wanted to sponsor a refugee, but knew it would take several years to make it happen. She was happy to hear about money being donated for the cause, and within two months she was able to bring a refugee from the Middle East to Canada. Basu, along with a group of friends welcomed […]