Tuesday, February 20, 2024
OTTAWA — Immigration Minister Marc Miller says the Trudeau government is holding diplomatic talks with Mexico to deal with an increase in asylum claims from that country. Miller says claims from Mexico have shot up in recent years and the...
Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is hiring people for officer positions in Ontario and B.C. With these government of Canada jobs, you could make almost $90,000 a year and you don't need a university degree. CBSA jobs for Inland Enforcement Officers are available with the Intelligence...
Ottawa has processed visa applications for 144 people in the Gaza Strip, putting them on track to be reunited with extended family members in Canada — as long as they can make it across the border for biometric screening...
Attention, travellers! With the new year comes plenty of new travel news affecting Canadians, from flights to ground transportation and more. From new visa exemptions for Canadian travellers to new routes on board Canadian airlines and the best places to...
OTTAWA — The federal government's priorities for improving Canada's immigration system include better aligning the number of people welcomed to the country with what the labour market needs, as well as services and infrastructure, says a report released Tuesday. "With...
OTTAWA — Dr. Ezzat Gouda recalls his wife's disbelief when he told her his refugee claim in Canada had been denied, and he would be sent back to his home country — where he faces a death sentence. "She said,...
To bolster its rapidly-growing tech sector, the Canadian government introduced the Tech Talent Strategy in June 2023 with the aim of attracting workers and entrepreneurs. As a part of this strategy, the government announced improvements to the Start-Up Visa program. The Start-Up Visa program is...
The Canada Border Services Agency says more than 29,000 foreign fugitives are at large in the country, reports Blacklock’s Reporter. In a report to MPs, management called the 29,248 “wanted inventory” and the lengthy list includes foreigners convicted of crimes. Another...
OTTAWA — International Development Minister Ahmed Hussen has unveiled $14 million to support global organizations in Pakistan to help accommodate Afghan refugees. The funding is meant to help the World Health Organization and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees...
Tensions are high between Canada and India after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced last Monday that he had evidence linking the Indian government to the killing of Hardeep Singh Nijjar. India, which had previously accused Nijjar of committing terrorist activity in...
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