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January 2022 Immigrant of the Month

Happy 2022 from here!  2022, here we come. The world hasn’t seen enough of us. The world hasn’t even heard enough of us. We choose to take this...

Are You Unbanked?

Many immigrants had suffered financial loss through bank failures in their home country or elsewhere prior to moving to Canada, so they come in...

Immigrant of The Month – Samra Zafar

Name: Samra ZafarCurrent Industry: Non-profit; Public Speaking; WritingPosition: FounderCurrent Pursuit: Medical degree at McMaster University’s Michael G. DeGroote School of Medicine.Country of Origin: PakistanMoved...

Remembrance Day: Celebrating our Veterans.

“Arise o compatriots!” These may be words familiar to nationals of the West African country, Nigeria. But today, we choose to borrow those words as...

Immigrant of The Month – Preeti Pandey

Preeti Pandey - An Indian trying to make a difference on Canadian soil! Name: Preeti Pandey Current Industry: Non-Profit Title: Executive Assistant and Office Manager Country of Origin: India Location:...
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Take A Commemorative Picture Of Every Phase Of Your Life.

I have pictures of every important milestone of my life ever since I discovered the power in this seemingly insignificant habit. A habit I picked...

Immigrants Are More Self-Sustained

Myth: Immigrants are a drain on Canada's welfare services.Fact: Immigrants are not just more self-sustained, they are major contributors to the government's welfare purse...

New Trends in Migration

Migration is set to remain the flavour for some seasons to come in Canada. That migration is external as well as internal. While external immigration...