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What the 2021 Budget Means for Immigration

In April, Canada’s Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland delivered the 2021 budget in the House of Commons. It highlighted key areas in need of development to ensure the competitiveness of Canada, and...

How Canada responds to COVID-19’s challenges for foreigners entering Canada

The Canadian border has been closed for a year to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and it is unknown when it will reopen, leaving Canada’s immigration in a significant decline. According to the report Canadian...

University in Canada vs. Vietnam

British poet Rudyard Kipling once wrote: “Oh, East is East, and West is West, and never the twain shall meet.”  There are  differences in history, culture, traditions and social concepts between East and West, and...

IRCC updates exemptions of Restrictions upon the Closing Border To Foreigners Effective which was effective on March 18, 2020

The Prime Minister Trudeau announced on last Monday, March 16 to close border to most of foreigners since March 18 with some exemptions. Right after that, questions related to what exemptions are, whether foreigners who...

Ontario to cover the cost of COVID-19 health services for uninsured people

As the COVID-19 keeps spreading and the number of cases in Ontario has increased rapidly on daily basis, Ontario expands Health Care Coverage Critical to support efforts to contain COVID-19. Whereby, the three-month waiting period for...

Top Asked Questions about Covid-19

As the results of Coronavirus impacts, face masks, hand sanitizers and hygiene supplies sold out, flights and cruises cancelled, meetings and gatherings suspended, borders across countries closed, stocks and oils crashed, global economy may face a crisis, questions...

How to Get a Canadian Study Visa

Once you have decided on the universities that might be best for you, you will need to send in your applications and required documents. It is best to apply to a couple of different institutions, to give yourself...

The Interesting Things About Tibet You Probably Don’t Know Yet

Tibet has appeared many times in films, such as: Tibetan code, Painted skin, and especially Seven years in Tibet by actor Brat Pitt playing an Austrian explorer exploring this land. People cannot grow tea in Tibet. All kinds of tea importing from traders who come here to exchange tea for horses through the thousands of miles of...

Phi Huynh “I dream of bringing Vietnamese representation to Hollywood.”

Phi Huynh is a 30-year old Vietnamese-Canadian actor, who was born in Toronto (Etobicoke). When he was 14 years old, he was chosen by singer Ngoc Huyen for a Cai Luong segment involving martial arts...

5 Minutes with the Young Filmmaker Carol Nguyen

Carol Nguyen is a 21-year-old Vietnamese-Canadian filmmaker who was born in Toronto and currently lives in Montreal. She studied film at Etobicoke School of the Arts (2012-2016) and Concordia University (2016-2020). She is a three-time...

Canada’s New International Strategy for 2019-2024

The new international education strategy entitled “Building on Success: Canada’s International Education Strategy (2019-2024) was announced this year in August and will be effective until August 2024. The plan commits $147.9 million over five years...

Proverb: Làm Khi Lành Để Dành Khi Đau

Literal Translation: Make it when well and save it for when suffering. English equivalent: Save for a rainy day As the saying goes, “Everyday is not Saturday.” Life  goes through thick and thin,...

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Condo Insurance Costs Soared in Parts of Canada This Past Year

Prices for condo insurance — or strata insurance, as it’s known in B.C. — recorded double-digit increases in B.C. and Alberta and a nine...

Federal Government Grants $132 Million to Toronto For Affordable Housing

Federal and municipal officials announced Thursday that the Canadian government has committed $132 million from its rapid housing initiative to build a minimum of...

Pipeline Giant Targets Canada Military Site for Battery Project

The owner of Keystone Pipeline has struck a deal with Canada’s Department of National Defence to build Ontario’s biggest battery on military training grounds...

International Students Face Vaccine Hurdles Prepping for Campus Life in Canada

Like many students eyeing on campus learning this fall, Nyle Maker is on the hunt for his second dose of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine before...

Alberta lifts most COVID-19 testing and isolation requirements in mid-August

Albertans who test positive for COVID-19 will no longer be required to enter isolation starting in less than three weeks, the province's chief medical...

Washington’s Reason for Keeping Border Closed to Canadians Still Vague

A week after the U.S. government surprised many by announcing the land border with Canada would remain closed for the time being, the exact...

Ontario Hit First Benchmark to Leave Step 3

Ontario has hit the first benchmark to exit Step 3 and move toward a complete reopening, but there are already calls for a contingency...

Sponge Like Fossil Found in Canada May Be Earliest Record of Animal Life on Earth

A Canadian geologist may have found the earliest fossil record of animal life on Earth, according to a report published Wednesday in the journal...

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