Centre for Newcomers helping people fully participate in Canada

Anila Lee Yuen, President & CEO of the Centre for Newcomers, talks about the organization and what it does

On today's episode of Five Questions with Mario Toneguzzi, Anila Lee Yuen, President & CEO of the Centre for Newcomers, talks about the organization and what it does. Be our Next Guest on Five Questions: Click on the icon below to book a call:   Click on the icon below to Subscribe to our YouTube…

Canadian immigration taking a big hit due to COVID

Permanent resident additions were down 30 per cent in March versus a year earlier, according to a report by RBC Economics

Canadian immigration taking a big hit due to COVIDPermanent resident additions were down 30 per cent in March versus a year earlier and temporary foreign worker entries in the agricultural sector fell 45 per cent, according to a new report released Friday by RBC Economics.  The report also said the number of students entering on study visas fell 45 per cent in March…

Some doctors forced to sit on sidelines during pandemic

For too long, Canada has failed to embrace many foreign-trained physicians. COVID-19 has exposed serious flaws in the system

Some doctors forced to sit on sidelines during pandemicA corner has been turned in the COVID-19 pandemic, even if serious questions linger. Although we still don’t know how long the pandemic will last, we’re beginning to see more ideas on what the world will look like once we’ve put this behind us. When that will be or how we will get there is…

Increasing immigration increases prosperity

A more open immigration policy is one of the easiest ways a government can increase economic freedom, improve growth and cut poverty

Increasing immigration increases prosperityOne of the big policy issues for the federal government this year, as well as in the Conservative leadership race, is immigration. It’s an area worthy of attention. By a margin of 63 to seven per cent, according to a recent Leger poll, Conservative voters want their new leader to decrease rather than increase immigration…