New to Canada? Canadian Immigrant magazine’s signature Career, Education & Settlement Immigrant Fair is coming back to Calgary, October, 28, 2017, Saturday, at the Telus Convention Centre (120 9 Ave SE), and Edmonton, October 30, Monday, at the Shaw Conference Centre (9797 Jasper Ave) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. […]Read more
The right credentials could help you land that big promotion Are you stuck in your job? Getting a promotion or moving into a new field can be difficult for anyone, but new Canadians may find it particularly challenging. On top of competing against other qualified candidates, they often encounter additional hurdles, such as a lack […]Read more
The Province of Ontario recently announced a new, three-year initiative that aims to identify and address systemic barriers in the school system that work against underprivileged populations. “Ontario’s Education Equity Action Plan is a powerful blueprint that will strengthen our publicly funded education system by ensuring that all of Ontario’s students will have every opportunity […]Read more
More than half the world’s refugee children — some 3.5 million altogether — do not attend school, the UN refugee agency said Tuesday, urging greater and steadier funding for their education.
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The National Economic Development Authority (Neda) should fast-track plans to jumpstart the local economy of war-torn Marawi City, Senator Sherwin “Win” Gatchalian said on Sunday.
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The proposed budget to bring electricity to public schools will jump to almost P3 billion next year, a crucial step in bringing an estimated 7,413 schools “out of the dark ages,” Senate President Pro-Tempore Ralph Recto said on Sunday.
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Some parents endure difficult circumstances to ensure a brighter future for their children.
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SPONSORED CONTENT You made your decision. You said your goodbyes. Now you’re here in Canada, full of optimism and searching for work. Chances are you arrived with a post-secondary degree, experience in your field and good references. But if you’re like many newcomers to Canada, you may initially find it difficult landing a job […]Read more