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- The Globe and Mail - Temporary immigrants mean temporary loyalties 4 days ago Read Ratana Omidvar's excellent piece on the changing nature of immigration in Canada, from the permanent to the temporary. Her article does a great job of exposing the Harper Government's radical changes to immigration policy, especially in relation to the Family Class and reunification. Here's...
- Springtime in Canada 4 days ago Canada is a big country. And springtime in Canada is as diverse as the country is large. One simple example in today's nationwide weather forecast: In the Yukon, a winter storm warning for snowfall; in the
- The Globe and Mail - More than one-fifth of Canadians are foreign-born: National Household Survey 2 weeks ago Sustained levels of immigration over the past two decades have literally changed the face of Canada. The first report of the 2011 National Household Survey reveals that the percentage of people living in this country who were born someplace else is expanding along with those who consider...
- Taking a breather 2 weeks ago Hi everyone - just wanted to let you know The Mind is taking a short hiatus in the U.S. for a couple weeks. We'll return with all the usual immigration news, commentary and more once we return. Thanks for your patience - and Go Leafs Go!
- South China Morning Post - Chinese numbers in Vancouver, Toronto to double by 2031 1 month ago The Chinese populations of Vancouver and Toronto are set to double by 2031, helping push whites below 50 per cent of the population in both cities, says a report for Canada's immigration department. The study, released this week, is titled "A new residential order?". It predicted that the...
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