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Supporting Visible Minority Newcomer Women in Edmonton

| Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada | news releases

The Government of Canada is committed to ensuring that newcomers have the support and services they need to make the most of their talents and experience in order to fully integrate and contribute to the Canadian economy and to their communities.


Supporting Visible Minority Newcomer Women in Etobicoke

| Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada | news releases

December 19, 2018—Etobicoke—The Government of Canada is committed to ensuring that newcomers have the support and services they need to make the most of their talents and experience in order to fully integrate and contribute to the Canadian economy and to their communities.


Supporting Visible Minority Newcomer Women in Windsor

| Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada | news releases

December 18, 2018—Windsor—The Government of Canada is committed to ensuring that newcomers have the support and services they need to make the most of their talents and experience in order to fully integrate and contribute to the Canadian economy and to their communities. Newcomer women who are members of a visible minority group may face multiple barriers to success, including gender- and race-based discrimination, precarious or low income employment, lack of affordable childcare and weak social supports.


Supporting Visible Minority Newcomer Women in St. John’s

| Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada | news releases

December 18, 2018—St. John’s, NL—The Government of Canada is committed to ensuring that newcomers have the support and services they need to make the most of their talents and experience in order to fully integrate and contribute to the Canadian economy and to their communities.


Supporting Visible Minority Newcomer Women in Victoria

| Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada | news releases

December 17, 2018—Victoria—The Government of Canada is committed to ensuring that newcomers have the support and services they need to make the most of their talents and experience in order to fully integrate and contribute to the Canadian economy and to their communities. Newcomer women who are members of a visible minority group may face multiple barriers to success, including gender- and race-based discrimination, precarious or low income employment, lack of affordable childcare and weak social supports.


Minister Hussen concludes successful trip to Morocco

| Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada | news releases

December 14, 2018 – Ottawa, ON – The Honourable Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, today concluded his week-long visit to Morocco, where he led the Canadian delegation to the Intergovernmental Conference to adopt the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM). The GCM is the first globally negotiated framework covering all aspects of migration.


Canada adopts historic agreement to address migration

| Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada | news releases

December 10, 2018—Marrakech, Morocco – Canada believes that effective international cooperation is essential in order to address common challenges as well as harness the benefits of global migration. Today, Canada announced it adopted the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM), the first global framework on all aspects of international migration.


Supporting Visible Minority Newcomer Women

| Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada | news releases

December 5, 2018—Toronto, ON—Visible minority newcomer women integrating into Canadian society can face many barriers to employment. To address these challenges, today the Honourable Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, announced the launch of a 3-year Visible Minority Newcomer Women Pilot.


Canada and Portugal Youth Mobility Arrangement Now in Effect

| Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada | news releases

Ottawa, ON – Portugal is the newest country to have an agreement with Canada under the International Experience Canada (IEC) program. This opens further channels of exchange between Canadian and Portuguese youth by providing an opportunity for Portuguese youth to work and travel in Canada, while Canadian youth may work and travel in Portugal.


Visitor visa applications from Chinese nationals made more efficient

| Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada | news releases

In support of growing relations between Canada and China, and the Canada-China Year of Tourism, Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is collaborating with Ant Financial Services Group (Ant Financial) on a client service initiative making it easier and more convenient for Chinese nationals to apply for a Canadian visitor visa, particularly when applying online.


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