It may be surprising, but the two demographics of all Canadians that are the happiest are women over 70 and teenage boys. Of course, this is probably the only things they have in common, but these two reached the top of the list as those living in Canada with the most personal happiness. The academic Read More
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Montreal has over 40 international museums filled with treasures from contemporary art to the Old Masters. There is something for everyone, no matter the age, from Ancient Egyptian mummies at the Redpath Museum to a Gorgosaurus dinosaur. The Musee des Beaux Arts de Montreal houses the breathtaking Napoleon collection. If you are considering relocating to Read More
A majority of businesses in Canada are examining the possibilities of hiring and making investments during 2018. As the domestic demands gain strength, the need for hiring new employees increases. Of the businesses that the Bank of Canada surveyed, fifty-one percent reported an expectation of having additional employees over the next year.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Canadian Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen talked about the importance immigrants have in the Canadian economy and the successful Canadian immigration programs in a news interview given in April 2017. Not only did Ahmed Hussen speak as the head of the Canadian immigration ministry, but he also spoke as a refugee himself.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In 2016, the largest number of refugees in almost four decades have been allowed into Canada. A representative from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said the settling of 46,700 refugees marks a “tremendous achievement” and a new record for the country since the Immigration Act was enacted in 1978. Included in this record Read More
Canada, celebrating its 150th anniversary on July 1, 2017, is seen as a land of diversity, opportunity, and safety by people across the world. In June 2017, 90 people from 23 different countries began a new chapter in their lives by becoming Canadian citizens. An El Salvador native attending one of the citizenship ceremonies, Flor Read More
The second quarter in the Canadian economy saw an unexpected annualized growth rate of 4.5% for 2017. This acceleration topped the Group of Seven (G-7) countries and was led by the largest household spending binge since before the 2008-2009 global recession. This annual growth exceeded the 3.7% average forecasted by Canadian economists and the 3.7% Read More