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WES Weekly Roundup February 21, 2024
Published on: February 21, 2024
The weekly roundup includes research, stories, and events of interest to the Canadian immigration and settlement community. Includes: New immigration funding planned to aid growing tourism and hospitality industry in Alberta, Provincial variation in the retention rates of immigrants, 2022, Addressing anti-Black racism is key to improving well-being of Black Canadians.
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WES Weekly Roundup February 14, 2024
Published on: February 14, 2024
The weekly roundup includes research, stories, and events of interest to the Canadian immigration and settlement community. Includes: OPINION: Canada’s cap on international students shows a university bias, Immigrants most affected as Quebec boasts 'robust' 2023 job market, Organized crime, including Mexican cartels, smuggling migrants to Canada.
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WES Weekly Roundup February 7, 2024
Published on: February 7, 2024
The weekly roundup includes research, stories, and events of interest to the Canadian immigration and settlement community. Includes: Ottawa pledges $362 million to provinces, cities to temporarily house asylum seekers, Provinces introducing measures to improve integrity of post-secondary education for international students, The good, the bad and the ugly: who is to blame when policy lacks clarity, coordination and is contradictory? and more.
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WES Weekly Roundup February 1, 2024
Published on: February 1, 2024
The weekly roundup includes research, stories, and events of interest to the Canadian immigration and settlement community. Includes: Ottawa to offer low-cost loans for student housing, Toronto’s Housing Crisis: When Immigration and Housing Policies Don’t Align, Canada hosted more than 1 million international students in 2023, and more.
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WES Weekly Roundup January 24, 2024
Published on: January 24, 2024
The weekly roundup includes research, stories, and events of interest to the Canadian immigration and settlement community. Includes: Income dynamics of new immigrants to Canada, Canada is caught in a population trap, Legault asks Trudeau to slow influx of asylum seekers, Feds announce two-year cap on international student admissions.
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WES Weekly Roundup January 17, 2024
Published on: January 17, 2024
The weekly roundup includes research, stories, and events of interest to the Canadian immigration and settlement community. Includes: How Much Will Canada’s Population Grow? Nobody Knows, but We Can Predict Where It Goes, Most Canadians agree temporary foreign workers are important or somewhat important to Canada’s economy, The tricky problem of banning Canadian work experience requirements.
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WES Weekly Roundup January 10, 2024
Published on: January 10, 2024
The weekly roundup includes research, stories, and events of interest to the Canadian immigration and settlement community. Includes: Canada’s population booms by 430K over 3 months. What’s behind the spike?, Immigration Minister to ‘rein in’ number of temporary foreign workers coming into Canada in 2024, and What’s behind the dramatic shift in Canadian public opinion about immigration levels?
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WES Weekly Roundup December 20, 2023
Published on: December 20, 2023
The weekly roundup includes research, stories, and events of interest to the Canadian immigration and settlement community. Includes: Canada to create citizenship path for undocumented immigrants, 97 statements of offence issued to 11 Quebec companies regarding temporary foreign workers, Co-Creating the Right to Adequate Housing in Canada, and After escaping war, thousands of Ukrainians want to stay in Canada permanently.
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WES Weekly Roundup December 13, 2023
Published on: December 13, 2023
The weekly roundup includes research, stories, and events of interest to the Canadian immigration and settlement community. Includes: Asylum Seekers: "It's up to the other provinces to do their part," says Quebec, Canada to limit study permits for international students, raise financial requirement, and Ottawa urged to create pathway for undocumented migrants to stay as deportations rise.
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