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The evolving Canadian workplace

https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/reports/briefing-binder-2019/book-1/evolving-workplace.html

Feb 21, 2020 ... earnings, latest year Figure 7 – Text description Table 5: Median annual earnings, latest year Group Men Women Total population $46,000 $33,000 Visible minorities $38,000 $28,000 Recent immigrants $31,000 $21,000 Indigenous peoples $38,000 $29,000 Others $50,000 $35,000 Note: Sample limited to only employees (full- and part-time) with applicable and available

Private Sponsorship of Refugees Program – Sponsorship Agreement Holders

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/refugees/help-outside-canada/private-sponsorship-program/agreement-holders/holders-list.html

Feb 24, 2020 ... Calgary 201 223 12th Avenue SW Calgary, AB T2R 0G9 ab Canadian Baptists of Western Canada Calgary Suite 1100, 500 – 11th Avenue SW Calgary, AB T2R 1M7 ab Hope for Tomorrow’s Shade Association Canada (HT-SACA) Edmonton P.O. Box 81014 McLeod Park 15715-66 Street NW Edmonton, Alberta T5Y 2C0 ab Canadian International Immigrant and Refugee Support Association Edmonton

Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugee.html

Feb 14, 2020 ...Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada We are a federal institution that operates at arm’s length from the Government of Canada. The Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB) is Canada's largest independent administrative tribunal. It is responsible for making well-reasoned decisions on immigration and refugee matters, efficiently, fairly

Raison d’être, mandate and role: who we are and what we do

https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/reports/departmental-results/2018-2019/mandate-role.html

Feb 26, 2020 ... providing income support to seniors, families with children and Employment Insurance beneficiaries fostering inclusive growth by providing opportunity and assistance to Canadians with distinct needs, such as Indigenous peoples, people with disabilities, homeless people and recent immigrants overseeing labour relations, occupational health and safety, labour

Bringing a different perspective | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/en/gazette/bringing-a-different-perspective

Jan 23, 2020 ...Vol. 80, No. 3 — Emerging trends — RCMP Gazette Bringing a different perspective Immigrants join RCMP to give back Cpl. Dave Fouche often shares his personal story as an immigrant from South Africa to connect with community members. Credit: Courtesy of Cpl. Dave Fouche, B.C. RCMP Publish on July 3, 2018 By Amelia Thatcher Related links Joining the RCMP

Sponsor your spouse, partner or children: how to apply

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/immigrate-canada/family-sponsorship/spouse-partner-children/apply.html

Dec 12, 2019 ...Sponsorship; Family class immigrants; Family members; Spouses; Permanent residents, application process, eligibility, sponsor, spouse, partner, child, children

Immigration (non-Canadian citizens) - Travel.gc.ca

https://travel.gc.ca/returning/immigration

Feb 10, 2020 ...Immigration (non-Canadian citizens) If you are a non-Canadian citizen who wants to enter Canada, you should contact Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, the government department responsible for non-Canadians who want to come to Canada as immigrants, visitors, refugees, students, or workers. The citizens of many countries require a visa to enter

Electoral Insight – Electoral Participation of Ethnocultural Communities - Elections Canada

https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=eim%2Fissue19&document=index&lang=e

Jan 14, 2020 ...Electoral Insight – Electoral Participation of Ethnocultural Communities Archived This Web page has been archived on the Web All Issues PDF Format December 2006 Chief Electoral Officer's Message Jean-Pierre Kingsley The "Roots" of Immigrant and Ethnic Voter Participation in Canada Jack Jedwab Making Up for Lost Time: Immigrant Voter Turnout in Canada

Electoral Insight – Electoral Participation of Ethnocultural Communities - Elections Canada

https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=eim%2Fissue19&document=p1&lang=e

Jan 14, 2020 ... thought that immigrants vote less than the Canadian-born electorate. This issue of Electoral Insight, however, presents a considerably more complex picture. According to the contributors to this issue, the participation of the members of Canada's many diverse ethnocultural groups, whether born in Canada or not, is influenced by their cultural heritage, ethnic

A History of the Vote in Canada - Elections Canada

https://www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=his&document=chap1&lang=e

Feb 12, 2020 .... The legislative assemblies of the Maritime colonies gained partial control in this area between 1784 and 1801, while Upper and Lower Canada did not do so until after their union in 1840. It was 1847, however, before London gave colonial assemblies the right to set their own rules on naturalization of immigrants, thereby giving them full authority to determine who had

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