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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...

Why I Secured A Calgary Transit Bus Driver Job.

I enjoy driving. Period. One of the first things that I learned as a new immigrant in Canada is that there are other noble, rewarding...

A Recipe for Living – Trust!

Don't put your trust in any man. Trust what transcends you. I know this sounds cliché, but it can't be truer, and it requires continual...

Own Your Story Unashamedly!

Because there is no guilt or embarrassment in your journey. It is yours. And you won't be you without it. More so it has a life...

Debt is Sexy!

As immigrants, one of the big choices we make after we get fairly comfortable is buying a home of our own.Sorry, a house. Because...
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Immigrants are less likely to commit crime than native-born Canadians

Myth: Immigrants bring crime to Canada.Fact 1: Immigrants are less likely to commit crime than native-born Canadians.Fact 2: Canadian crime rate has consistently reduced...

Taking Care of Your Mental Health.

In today’s time people all over the world are distressed with one common enemy, COVID-19. How we deal with the ramifications it has on...

Food for Thought

When you get what you want, will you want what you get? Those who have worked with me for a while, would have probably noticed...