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Canadian Immigration News Briefs for January 2012

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The following is a summary of developments concerning Canadian Citizenship and Immigration that took place or were announced over the last few weeks.

Canada has most multicultural workplaces

A new study by the Association for Canadian Studies (ACS) shows that Canada has the most multicultural workplaces of the four countries analyzed, being Canada, the United States, England, and France. >>Read more…

Calgary boomtown for immigration

With the fastest growing immigrant population in Canada, and the country’s first Muslim mayor, Calgary is poised to reap the rewards of Alberta’s energy boom for a wide spectrum of Canadians, including many of its newcomers. >> Read more…

Focus on Quebec’s female immigrants

More financial and other types of support are being pledged for Quebec’s female immigrants. Quebec’s Minister of Immigration, Kathleen Weil, made the pledge on behalf of the provincial government recently at an immigration-related conference. >> Read more…

Websites to help recognize foreign credentials

The Canadian government has announced a new website, available now, that will help in the recognition of foreign credentials for newcomers to Canada. This comes on the back of a similar initiative announced recently from the government of Quebec specifically geared towards engineers. >>Read more…

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