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How a Calgary-based Charity is Changing Lives Beyond Dollars and Cents

An organization has not started fulfilling its purpose until they can rise above the narrow confines of basic organizational interests to the broader concerns...

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...

Undocumented Immigrants Are Ready to be Taxed

Myth: Non-Status immigrants don’t pay taxes.Fact: Non-Status immigrants pay property and sales tax but not income tax because they do not work legitimately. Immigrants who...

Internationally Trained Professionals are caught up in licensing bottlenecks

Myth: Internationally Trained Professionals (ITPs) are not as qualified as Canadian professionals.Fact: ITPs face certain bottlenecks by licensing authorities before they get licensure, which...

With Government Support, Employers Can Employ International Workers.

Myth: Hiring international workers is complicated and time-consuming.Fact: With resources and support from the Canadian government, employers can more easily employ international workers. Hiring a...

1 in 5 Canadians are immigrants, but still too little

Myth: There are too many immigrants in Canada.Fact: It’s not about the number, immigrants are the engine of Canada’s economy. Canada's Immigration policy is a...

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...

Refugees Receive Limited Social Assistance From Government Authorities

Myth: Refugees in Canada receive greater assistance from the government than Canadian pensioners.Fact: Refugees receive limited, if any, social assistance from government authorities. A chain...

Immigrants Work Harder Than Native-Born Canadians

Myth: Immigrants do not want to workFact: Immigrants work harder than native-born Canadians. It is a fact that immigrants fill important gaps in Canada’s...

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...
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