in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
A skating club in Charlottetown on the verge of closing is revived by the enthusiastic participation of the Chinese community.
in Halifax, Nova Scotia
Ulrike Bahr-Gedalia immigrated to Canada from Israel in 2002. She has since become an integral part of Nova Scotia’s effort to bolster the ranks of women in tech jobs.
in Chatham-Kent, ON
This is a historical example of how Canada was built on immigration. In 1853, Abraham D. Shadd moved to Canada, where his success and influence led to opportunities for many other Black Canadians.
in Prince Albert, SK
Dr. Lalita Malhotra, originally from India, has delivered more than 10,000 babies in Canada. She has established such deep connections with the local Indigenous community over the years that it has named her their “Angel of the North”.
in Victoria, BC
Hissein Idriss found a way to potentially touch almost any Canadian in need of help: by launching a charity dedicated to helping other Canadian charities succeed.
in St. Andrews, NB
A Swiss chef, inspired by the abundance of local ingredients in St. Andrews, has brought the world to a historic inn while helping the aquaculture industry.
#ImmigrationMatters across Canada
in Montréal, QC
Once a foreign student in these halls, leading businesswoman Gina Cody has left her mark… and her name… on Concordia’s Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science with a $15 million endowment.
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Canada is stronger when we welcome immigrants into our communities.
Canada’s immigration track record
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Canada’s immigration system
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“Canada has an opportunity to be a country where the best talent from around the world can move here and do their life’s work as never before”.
Alexandra Clark, Chief of Staff to the CEO, Shopify