The Zaveris path to success in Canada

Credit to Author: Margaret Jetelina| Date: Thu, 06 Dec 2018 08:33:28 +0000

Husband-and-wife Vishal and Trupti Zaveri help other newcomers with their financial consultancy business Vishal Zaveri and his wife, Trupti, came to Canada in 2005, both with professional backgrounds — he in IT and she in accounting. However, as many new immigrants do, upon their arrival in Canada, the couple went about accepting any job that […]

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Aminollah Sabzevari working for justice

Iranian-born crown counsel from Edmonton shares tips on the Canada’s legal profession Iranian-born Aminollah Sabzevari is a successful young lawyer promoting justice in Edmonton, Alberta. As crown counsel with the Department of Justice Canada, he has conducted proceedings in all levels of courts, from the Court of Appeal of Alberta to the Federal Court of […]

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SFU’s Sobhana Jaya-Madhavan leads with optimism

From social work to university leadership, Sobhana Jaya-Madhavan’s career has been defined by a positive outlook, building relationships — and a little bit of adventure Sobhana Jaya-Madhavan likes to call herself an optimist. Chatting in a coffee shop at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, B.C., Jaya-Madhavan speaks candidly about life, work and her immigration journey […]

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Chinese-born Maggie Lu builds STEM career in Canada

Using science and technology to break down barriers as an immigrant Maggie Lu grew up in China with a keen passion for science and technology. She was interested in the many ways chemicals could be used to improve people’s lives. Upon completing her bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering, Lu moved to Canada in […]

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Career counsellor’s book helps newcomers

Multifaceted author Paul Atanya’s new book, Destination Canada: Tools for Success There is a career practitioner in Calgary who has juiced out 20 years of his entire experience and expertise into a book, called Destination Canada: Tools for Success, with the sole aim of helping qualified immigrants find their professional footing in Canada. We are […]

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Colombian couple brings their coffee to Canadians

Juan Sarmiento and Laura Roa’s journey into the coffee industry started in their home country of Colombia in 2012. A resource rich country, one of Colombia’s main export crops is coffee, but most locals didn’t know much about the crop, nor had they tasted it. Roa was working in the hotel industry and constantly heard […]

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Magic just part of engineer Shellen Wang’s bag of tricks

Toronto-based engineering student Shellen Wang is a man of many talents, including among other visual and aural delights, the ability to pull a rabbit out of a hat. The Beijing native arrived in Toronto in August 2014 to complete high school and enter the faculty of engineering at the University of Toronto. He is soon […]

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The motivation of doctor and speaker Nothabo Ncube

Fourteen-year-old Nothabo Ncube’s promise to her dead mother would reverberate throughout her life. Her vibrant mom had been killed in a car accident. Gazing at her coffin in the stifling heat of the overstuffed church in Africa, Ncube’s knees were trembling, and she had to clutch her grandmother just to stay upright. Suddenly she heard a […]

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