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Preparing for October’s Federal Election

2 years ago

The campaign blitz, distribution of signs and pamphlets, and door-knocking marked the officially kick-off of the start of the Federal election campaign several days ago. As Filipinos living and ...

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Philippines No. 1 Immigrant Source to Canada in 2014

2 years ago

More than 40,000 Filipinos became permanent residents of Canada in 2014, making the Philippines the top source country for Canadian immigration last year, according to the Canada Immigration Newsletter. ...

5% Cap Sought On Remittance Fees

2 years ago

VICTORIA – Jane Shin, New Democrat spokesperson for multiculturalism and immigration, introduced legislation on Wednesday that would eliminate fee gouging when sending money overseas. “A great number of hardworking ...

Inviting In-Demand, Skilled Immigrants to Canada

3 years ago

First round of Express Entry candidates invited to fill labour market needs and contribute to Canada’s economic growth. February 2, 2015— Ottawa—Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander today ...

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    Court certifies suit by Filipino and other temporary workers against Mac’s store chain

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