Three Canadian Cities Are Named the Most Livable in the World

The Economist Intelligence Unit, a business within the Economist Group, has presented its yearly list of the most livable cities of the world. The ranking is based on factors such as stability, healthcare, culture, environment, education, and infrastructure. Three Canadian cities have hit the top 10. The Economist Intelligence Unit study covers 140 cities in Read More …

A Large Number of Immigrants Become Homeless in Canada

As recently published government data shows that an increasing number of immigrants arriving in Canada end up in shelters or become homeless. Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) has recently published two reports describing the magnitude of the problem of homelessness across the country and showing the most vulnerable groups. A study of shelter indicators Read More …

Canadian Immigration System Is a Role Model for Other OECD Countries

The Canadian Express Entry system has been recognized as the most elaborated selection system among member countries of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). The Canadian immigration system is the most well-designed among the 36 member countries of the OECD. According to the experts in the OECD headquarters in Paris, this system can Read More …

Canada Has Accepted More Refugees Than Any Other Country in the World

Meanwhile, the overwhelming majority of Canadians believe that the levels of immigration should be decreased. Immigration Minister, on the other hand, proposes to start accepting refugees through provincial immigration programs. According to the UN Refugee Agency, Canada has welcomed more refugees in 2018 than any other country in the world. About 98,000 refugees were resettled Read More …

Immigrant Families are More Affluent Than Canadian-Born

Immigrants earn more money and buy property more often than the Canadian-born, a new survey by Statistics Canada shows. The most recent data released by Statistics Canada shows that immigrant families that have lived in Canada for more than two decades are richer than families of the Canadian-born. Both immigrant families and families of the Read More …