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Step In and Step Up

Register for Thrive Conference 2021 at https://www.thriveconference.ca/ When I started The Immigrant Life on Canada Day 2018, I had very little idea how the podcast I was starting...

Jobs – The Frustrating Side of Canada

"If they insist on a meaningless Canadian experience, then I will create it and give it to them. What does it matter? Experience is...

Pay Attention to the Elmina Castle

In 2010, my family and I were in Ghana to submit our second application for the Federal Skilled Workers visa at the Canadian Embassy...

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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