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That Trauma Should Not Stop You!

For women and the men who love them, register for Thrive Conference 2021. Cecylia arrived Winnipeg with her little girl and husband in February 2014....

Job Security is a Mirage in Canada, And Anywhere.

I got a call from an industry friend and leader. We exchanged pleasantries, and he was curious to know if I could make it...

A Pause in Time, Saves Lives

Addis: Sir, are we having our meeting? Good morning. Me: Yes. Good morning sir. Phone? Addis: No video call. Please...meet me later. Whenever you have time...

Stay Connected. Stay Resilient.

COVID-19 needs no introduction. It requires no definitions either. It is an 'alien' that invaded the world of us mortals roughly 18 months ago...

A Story of Resilience: How To Adapt to Canadian Life.

Getting ahead and achieving your desired success as a newcomer in Canada depends on how you quickly fit into the Canadian society. It is...

7 Lessons from the School of Adversity

Life teaches us some lessons that may be contrary to previous learnings and doctrines. In that moment, we take our own lessons, we get...
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Understanding Indigenous History

The month of June is the National Indigenous History Month in Canada – a time to recognize the history, heritage and diversity of First...

Don’t try to fit in. Stand out

Unlike many immigrants, Dr Adeola Olubamiji knew what she wanted to achieve when she landed in Canada in 2012 as a PhD student in...

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...