On August 4, 2021, the Government of Canada welcomed the first group of Afghan refugees in the country. Since these refugees came to Canada as government-assisted refugees, service provider organizations in communities across Canada will assist and help them to find permanent housing, language training, a job and provide information about life in Canada. According to Minister Mendicino, Canada is ‘committed to do right by the Afghans who supported Canada’s mission in Afghanistan.’ In the upcoming days, more flights with Afghan refugees will be arriving in the country.
- Employment increased in Manitoba in July
- The Federal Court orders IRCC to pay compensation for 2 applicants
- Statistics Canada’s new study compares the hospitalization rates of immigrants and the Canadian-born population
- Canada invited 521 provincial nominees in the Express Entry draw #205
- British Columbia issued 464 invitations
- Alberta invited 396 candidates and updated the AINP inventory