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Khan: Needed, a national employment policy for Canada’s immigrant population

There is a major discrepancy between the expertise (and expectations) immigrants bring with them and how Canada positions itself to be able to absorb that expertise. This is the overall understanding of several reports published over the last year that studied employment inequity in the labour market. These reports, focusing mainly on Ontario – still […]

Canada, U.S. urge Africa’s largest democracy, Nigeria, to conduct peaceful elections on Feb. 23

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U.S. President Donald Trump’s top foreign policy advisor Amb. John Bolton, has urged Nigerians to ensure that the Saturday,s elections are peaceful. Bolton said this in a tweet by the U.S. Embassy in its twitter account @USEmbassyAbuja accessed by the News Agency of Nigeria on Friday in Abuja. The National Security Advisor of the United States also […]

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Racial profiling incident on Parliament Hill during Black History Month points to racism – Justin Trudeau

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The Canadian Politician (Toronto) – Though it is Black History Month, incidents of racial profiling continue to occur regardless of the activities that are going on to celebrate black Canadians and their enormous achievements and contributions to society. This fact was on full display at Parliament Hill in an alleged case of racial profiling of visiting […]

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Low income Canadians don’t pay taxes – Trudeau

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The Canadian Politician – (Toronto) Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has had to explain himself after responding to comments by Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre representing Carleton, Ontario that low-income Canadians cannot benefit from tax breaks because they do not pay taxes. Trudeau stated during questioning “We see proof that the Conservatives simply don’t understand that low-income […]

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Ontario makes university and college student fees optional

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The Canadian Politician (Toronto) – Students unions across Ontario are up in arms with Premier Doug Ford and his government for making students fees optional for Ontario students in colleges and universities. Hitherto, students have had to pay mandatory fees some of which do not benefit them or they simply do not take advantage of. In […]

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Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen sings praises of private refugee sponsorship

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Canada’s Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Ahmed Hussen came to Windsor Wednesday to celebrate the four decades of success of the country’s private refugee sponsorship program. “This month we are celebrating 40 years since the privately-sponsored refugee program came into existence in Canada,” said Hussen, himself a refugee who came to Canada in 1993 […]

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Canada to welcome refugees from Libya, other African countries – Ahmed Hussen, Immigration Minister

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The Canadian Politician – (Toronto) As part of Canada’s commitment to the United Nations Refugee Agency to resettle refugees fleeing war, terror and persecution in their home countries, the Trudeau government has started to resettle in Canada hundreds of former slaves who were once on the selling stage in Libya. Libya is currently awash with fortune […]

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African youths in Nova Scotia publish book on damages caused by slavery, colonialism, anti-black racism

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African youths in Nova Scotia are taking their communities and the country by storm with the publication of a book that sheds light on the horrendous effects and impact of the trans-altlantic slave trade, colonalization and societal and systemic racism. The book titled R which represents “Reparations” was written by 30 youths and published in […]

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3 restaurants open in 2 months to bring together a Winnipeg Nigerian population that’s doubled in size

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Elizabeth Lawal loves to bring Nigerians in Winnipeg together, and now she’s doing it over flavourful dishes of pounded yam or jollof rice. “That is the joy I have — to see something that is not in the city I created,” she said. Lawal is the first to admit she was taking on a challenge in opening Akin’s African Restaurant and Bar on Sargent […]

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Ontario issues new Express Entry invitations to French-speaking candidates

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Ontario has issued new invitations to Express Entry candidates through its French-Speaking Skilled Worker Stream. The Ontario Immigrant Nominee Program (OINP) issued Notifications of Interest (NOIs) to 85 Express Entry candidates on September 20 and followed this with another 46 NOIs issued on September 27. The 131 invitations brought the total number of invitations issued […]

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