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Launching survey on the future of Canada’s immigration system

Ottawa—The Government of Canada has launched an engagement initiative called An Immigration System for Canada’s Future. Engaging a broad range of partners and stakeholders with diverse perspectives will help inform a vision for how our immigration system can strengthen communities across the country. The initiative will also include a review of current policies and programs. As another important part of this ...

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Canada’s Team Einarson captures bronze at 2023 LGT World Women’s Curling Championship

SANDVIKEN, Sweden — Canada’s Team Kerri Einarson is back-to-back bronze medal champions following a win on Sunday morning at the 2023 LGT World Women’s Curling Championship, presented by New Holland. Canada’s Team Einarson of Gimli, Man., defeated Sweden’s Team Anna Hasselborg by a score of 8-5 to earn bronze at Goeransson Arena. It’s the second time in a row the ...

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OIFFA announces the official dates of its 6th edition Ottawa — OIFFA (the Ottawa Indian Film Festival Awards) is extremely pleased to announce it will finally be back in person for the 2023 Festival. With an exciting selection of Indian films awaiting the public in cinemas for a 6th year, OIFFA will take place from June 13 to 17, 2023. OIFFA is the ...

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Jones, Laing add to amazing curling careers with Canadian mixed doubles gold

With a combined 12 Canadian curling championships, seven world titles and an Olympic gold medal between them, it’s hard to believe that something was missing from the trophy cabinet at the household of Jennifer Jones and Brent Laing. But Sunday before a thoroughly packed house at the Gerry McCrory Countryside Sports Complex in Sudbury, Ont., Jones and Laing capped a ...

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Tackling the labour shortage by helping more skilled refugees and other displaced people build their careers in Canada

Toronto—Canada continues to be a global leader in refugee resettlement and labour mobility. By welcoming skilled refugees and other displaced individuals to Canada, the government is helping communities and businesses address labour shortages. Continued improvements to the immigration system will help make it more responsive to Canada’s economic needs and humanitarian commitments. During a keynote speech to business and sector ...

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Justin Trudeau has Failed to Connect Rural Canadians

Ottawa, ON – Rick Perkins, Conservative Shadow Minister for Innovation, Science and Industry, Dan Mazier, Conservative Shadow Minister for Rural Economic Development and Connectivity, and Richard Lehoux, Associate Conservative Shadow Minister for Agriculture, released the following statement on Justin Trudeau’s failure to bridge the digital divide between urban and rural Canada: “After eight years of Justin Trudeau, a digital divide still exists ...

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