Canadian Immigration News Briefs for Mid-December 2013

CIC News
Published: December 11, 2013

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

Improvement to Canadian Passport Services

Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander announced yesterday that Canadians living abroad will receive improved passport services. >>Read more...

Canadian Leaders Reflect on Nelson Mandela's Legacy

Canadians across the country joined South Africans in mourning the passing of Nelson Mandela, and celebrating the former president’s legacy.  >>Read more...

Canada has the Highest Rate of Job Satisfaction Levels

Canadians are the most happy with their jobs, according to a recent study. >>Read more...

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