Immigration Officials won't bend rules to permit live-in caregiver to stay in Canada

Canadian Immigration Minister Monte Solberg announced yesterday his government's plan to facilitate the entry of foreign workers.

The Calgary police force journeys "across the pond" to the United Kingdom (UK) in search of officers.

CIC continues to process immigration applications to Canada while Government prepares evacuation of Canadian citizens.

A new simplified application process seeks to expedite the permanent resident application queue.

As Alberta's service and retail sectors are heating to a boil; the province is left scrambling to find unskilled labour.

In its effort to boost regional immigration, the province of Ontario is funding a community website focused on attracting Canadian immigrants to suburban London, Ontario.

Maurizio Bevilacqua distinguishes himself in the Liberal Leadership race with a platform based on a radical overhaul of the Canadian Immigration Policy.

PM apologizes for the Chinese head tax of the 19th and early 20th centuries, offering compensation packages of $20,000 to surviving payers of the tax and commits $35 million to cultural education programs in a recent speech.

A study by CIBC's World Markets Inc. ranks Ottawa first for strongest economic momentum, attributing growth to the Technology sector and Federal Government. Experts agree that economic strength in Canadian cities is due to population and economic diversity.

In the light of the international Terrorist threat, Canada has often been criticized for its "lenient" immigration policies. Political commentators suggest that Canada should close its doors to immigrants as a security measure. Prime Minister Stephen Harper recently defended Canada's immigration policies, noting his commitment to a multicultural Canada..

European employees are hired in association with the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), which effectively speeds up an immigrant's work permit and landed immigrant application processing.

A survey by Manpower Inc. found that Edmonton's net employment is anticipated to grow by 48 per cent, compared to the national net employment outlook of 29 per cent.

New legislation would have Ontario's 34 regulated professions face scrutiny by a new 'fairness commissioner', ensuring their admission procedures are clear, open and fair to all.