Where to Live Is Key Factor When Seeking Jobs in Canada

Location-based career decisions are becoming common in the Canadian red-hot housing market. A survey of 1,500 Canadians and people living in the U.S. who had turned down a job or was hired last year showed location took top place as the leading factor when deciding on job offers. There are job opportunities for you and … Read more Where to Live Is Key Factor When Seeking Jobs in Canada

Three Canadian Cities Among World’s Most Livable Cities

The Economist’s Intelligence Unit released the Global Livability Report, which rated 140 cities based on the quality of life across five categories: healthcare, stability, culture and environment, infrastructure, and education.

25,000 Syrian Refugees Immigrate to Canada

Over half of the 25,000 refugees who have arrived are sponsored by the government, and all cost associated with them are covered by the government. The other half is supported by private groups or a mix of private and government sponsored

Ukrainian Heritage Celebrated By Immigrants to Canada

The Canadian province of Alberta recently launched “The Year of the Ukrainian-Canadian,” celebrating 125 years of Ukrainian immigration to Canada. Located around 50 kilometers east of Edmonton, the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village held celebrations with traditional folk dancers from Ukraine while enjoying ethnic Ukrainian foods.

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