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Immigrant entrepreneurs

Aug 14, 2019 ...Immigrant entrepreneurs How to immigrate to Canada as an international investor or to start a business. Follow: Facebook Twitter YouTube Services and information Permanent residency for immigrant investors Eligibility and answers about the Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Pilot Program. Immigrating to Canada to start a business Requirements for immigrants

Immigration Matters

Aug 16, 2019 ...#ImmigrationMatters in Coquitlam, BC A Serbian immigrant and his enthusiastic group of volunteers gather unsold food for people in need in Coquitlam. Watch his story #ImmigrationMatters in Peterborough, ON Javier Bravo, originally from Mexico City, has developed a way to help Peterborough’s downtown businesses thrive. Read his story #ImmigrationMatters

Immigration Matters in Toronto, Ontario

Aug 12, 2019 ...#ImmigrationMatters in Toronto, Ontario Hong Kong immigrant Allen Lau co-founded Wattpad, the hugely successful tech start-up that is helping writers find audiences far and wide. Supporting writers, promoting literacy and creating jobs Allen Lau When Allen Lau arrived in Toronto from Hong Kong in the late 1980s, he had just finished high school

Immigration Matters in Peterborough, Ontario

Aug 15, 2019 .... But word gets around, and he’s had inquiries from people as far away as Calgary and Vancouver who wonder how they can bring GiveLo, or something like it, to their own communities. Immigration profile: Peterborough, Ontario (Census Metropolitan Area) Quick facts: Immigrants in Peterborough represent over 8% of the population. The United Kingdom is the biggest source

#ImmigrationMatters: Canada’s immigration system

Aug 13, 2019 ...Canada’s immigration system How we select, screen and set up immigrants for success in Canada. Selection Screening Set up for success How are immigrants selected? We follow a plan for immigration that helps distribute the benefits of immigration across the country. We select immigrants for their economic contribution, for their humanitarian needs

Immigration and our local economies

Aug 13, 2019 ...Immigration and our local economies Immigrants contribute to our economy by: filling gaps in our labour force paying taxes spending money on goods, housing and transportation To find out how immigrants affect our local economies, we look at how they support the job market and businesses in communities across Canada. We use current population and labour

Immigration Matters in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Aug 7, 2019 ...#Immigration Matters in Winnipeg, Manitoba An immigrant historian is recognized with the Order of Manitoba for her efforts to help preserve Francophone culture in the province. Telling the story of Manitoba’s Francophone community Jacqueline Blay Jacqueline Blay was born in Algeria. She arrived in Manitoba in 1967 to work as a music librarian at a Radio

Immigration Matters in Toronto, Ontario

Aug 8, 2019 ... meals to the community is not only a way to give back, but to connect. “Food is something that brings people together”, she says. “A meal is where we share common ground. I think we are removing a barrier, allowing community members to connect with someone who needs help”. Immigration profile: Toronto, Ontario (Census Metropolitan Area) Quick facts: Immigrants

Immigration Matters in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Aug 7, 2019 ...”, Jelynn says. Now a mental health and international development studies major at the University of Toronto, Loizza has brought Peace of Mind events to campus. Her hard work has not gone unnoticed. In 2018 she received the RBC Top 25 Immigrant Award and the RBC Youth Award for her mental health awareness work. She is also a TD Scholarship for Community Leadership

Immigration Matters in Edmonton, Alberta

Aug 7, 2019 ...#ImmigrationMatters in Edmonton, Alberta How a refugee became a role model for vulnerable Edmonton teens. Inspiring inner city youth Fadhl presenting on transit safety to grade 7 students. Born in Syria to Palestinian parents, Fadhl Abu-Ghanem immigrated to Canada at the age of 7. He has become a source of inspiration, empowerment and affirmative change

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