The job of an academic is to be critical of government policy, not praise it, but in the case of Citizenship and
Over half the population of international students in Ontario are deciding to stay put after graduating, and it’s for a good reason.
The federal government is calling on its provincial counterparts to develop a national standard for registered professionals to ensure foreign credentials are
Immigration has always played a crucial role in Canada’s social vitality and economic prosperity. Since Confederation, Canada has welcomed immigrants into communities
On January 1, 2015 Canada’s immigration program was dramatically and fundamentally changed. Overnight our immigration program morphed from an applicant-driven model, to a
Canada’s most seasoned academic on immigration, Prof. Jeffrey Reitz, suggests that the decision of the government to postpone and reduce reliance on
A Senate committee report says the government needs to do more to attract francophone immigrants to communities outside of Quebec if it