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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...

How Immigrants Can Keep Their Families Intact

A Lebanese Story Majd Kassim, a 27-year-old Lebanese was raised in the modern city of Beirut, a completely westernized city, though with strong traditional values....

How to Be a Real Canadian

Light years, months, or even days ago, you were in another part of the world, with a different identity and heritage and values. You...

How To Recover From Missed Commitments

Missing commitments (especially public ones) make you look bad like just like when you fart in public *closes eyes* even though you did not...
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How to Make Canadian Experience a Thing of the Past in Your Career

In late 2017, I surveyed Canadian immigrants nationally by asking them the following question:"As a new immigrant, when it comes to securing your professional...

15 Sure Ways to Start Right in Canada

Samuel Akuma was born and raised in Nigeria, a West African country where he had his first degree in Computer Engineering. Samuel came to Canada for...

Golden Nuggets from Episodes of The Immigrant Life Podcast

“No one fails suddenly. Success or failure is always the result of an incremental series of choices, decisions and actions taken or not taken.” What...