Family who moved to Canada with $48, makes the largest single donation to Scarborough Health Network
A family who emigrated to Canada 50 years ago with only $48 to their surname has made the largest single donation in the history of the Scarborough Health Network’s history.
Number of immigrants who become Canadian citizens dropping
According to a new study by StatsCan, the number of immigrants who become full Canadian citizens has dropped significantly.
As society must accommodate individuals, individuals must accommodate society
Diversity can only be Canada’s strength if we share common core values. That was what an 85-year-old Don Cherry, albeit poorly, was attempting to point out.
Montreal Immigration and Refugee Board forced to close down due to bed bug infestation
This government office is only one of many which have fallen prey to the pesky, ever resistant bed bug.
EXCUSE HIS FRENCH: Trudeau says immigration values test A-okay in Quebec, open border a problem
It’s time more news outlets informed English Canadians about the reality of the situation so that a two-tongued Trudeau’s doublespeak in French unravels.
Scheer promises to stop illegal border crossings in Quebec
The road separates the U.S. from Quebec and is a hot spot of illegal entry into Canada, with prospective migrants simply crossing the border and immediately claiming asylum, leading to a process which can sometimes take years to resolve.
Liberal immigration pilot being gamed by fraudsters in the Maritimes
In recent years Atlantic Canada has turned into an illegal immigration thoroughfare due to a loophole in the Maritimes immigration laws, seen as the “lowest bar” by those gaming the system.
Ilhan Omar wants to cede U.S. sovereignty, abolish ICE, and let the UN take control of the southern border
According to Omar, “There is no good way to detain immigrants. We are treating people like criminals when they have not committed a crime.”
Quebec accepts 25% fewer immigrants and 40% fewer skilled immigrants in first half of 2019
The overall immigration numbers, thus, show that Quebec went from accepting 24,480 immigrants in the first half of 2018 to accepting 18,200 immigrants a year later, a 25.7% overall reduction.