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Canada’s new immigration minister is Marc Miller

Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced major changes to his cabinet this morning at 10:30 AM Eastern Time. Canada’s new immigration minister is Marc Miller, a Member of Parliament from Quebec. Miller recently served as Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations, a role meant to support the self-determination of Canada’s Indigenous peoples. Canada’s most recent Immigration Minister, […]

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BREAKING: IRCC holds first-ever Express Entry STEM draw

IRCC has issued a second round of Express Entry invitations this week.  This time, it was for candidates who are eligible for category-based selection in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) occupations. In total, 500 candidates were invited. Candidates required a minimum CRS score of 486. This draw was expected as last week IRCC announced that the first-ever […]

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BREAKING: Canada holds first-ever category-based Express Entry draw for healthcare workers

IRCC has invited 500 healthcare workers under the new Express Entry category-based selection draws. Candidates required a minimum comprehensive ranking system (CRS) score of 476. This is the very first category-based selection draw since the six new categories were announced on May 31. A second round, inviting 1,500 workers to apply, will take place on July […]


Chinese Immigration to Canada

Chinese immigration to Canada has a long and complex history. It began in the 19th century and continued throughout the 20th century. The Chinese immigrants faced many challenges and barriers, including discrimination, racism, and exclusion. However, they also made significant contributions to the economic, social, and cultural fabric of Canada. In this essay, we will […]


Provincial Government in Canada

Canada, as a vast and diverse country, recognizes the significance of regional governance to address unique local needs, foster economic development, and promote regional identity. The Canadian federal system allows for the existence of regional governments, each with its own jurisdiction and responsibilities. Here we explore the role of regional government in Canada, highlighting their […]

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Canada in the World

Canada is a vast and diverse country that has long played an important role in global affairs. With a strong economy, stable political system, and a commitment to peace, justice, and human rights, Canada has become an important player on the world stage. One of Canada’s key strengths is its economy. As a member of […]


The Middle East

Canada has long been known as a welcoming country for immigrants from all over the world. With its diverse culture and strong economy, Canada attracts immigrants from every corner of the globe. Among these immigrants, a significant number come from the Middle East. In this article, we will explore the experiences and contributions of immigrants […]


Migrants are the Story of Us All

In his new book, “Migrants: The Story of Us All”, Sam Miller reminds readers that humans are, in fundamental ways, a migratory species, more so than any other land mammal. For most of our existence, we were all nomads, and some of us still are. Houses and permanent settlements are a relatively late development – […]

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A Brief History of Toronto

Toronto, the capital city of the province of Ontario in Canada, has a rich history dating back over 10,000 years. The area was first inhabited by Indigenous peoples, specifically the Huron-Wendat, Anishinaabe, and Haudenosaunee nations. In the 1600s, the French arrived and established trading posts, but it wasn’t until the late 1700s that the British […]

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