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October 31

Canada is expected to "substantially" boost the number of immigrants it welcomes to the country each year, but experts warn that any increase must be matched with more robust...

October 29

Free is good, right?

The City of Surrey's website includes a page that encourages its residents to "enjoy 20 no-cost activities this November in Surrey."

The...

October 27

With a freed Yazidi sex slave watching from the gallery, the House of Commons voted unanimously Tuesday to acknowledge a genocide against her people and to offer safe haven in...

October 26

A famous quote by the late Chief Dan George inspired the title of a new book by award-winning author Bev Sellars.

In a 1972 speech about treaty rights, the Tsleil-...

October 25

Close to 60 Syrian refugee youth got together to share experiences of their first 8 months in Canada and make recommendations on settlement needs in BC.

ISSofBC...

October 24

The City of Surrey released its Public Safety Strategy today which takes direct action on crime reduction, emergency response, disaster preparedness, transportation safety, and...

October 21

The clock is ticking down on when some Syrian refugees living in B.C. will lose their federal financial support.

Under the resettlement assistance program, federal...

October 19

Canada is among the four countries of the world that consistently attract the top tier of highly skilled immigrants, new research from the World Bank suggests.

In a...

October 17

The City of Surrey has become Canada’s first International City of Refuge to offer temporary sanctuary to persecuted writers and artists. Surrey joins 60 cities, which include...

October 14

After being detained for two months in a Syrian government prison, Abdelbary Alsado is grateful for the chance to start a new life in Canada.

Alsado arrived in Edmonton...

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