Quebec Stabilizes Immigration

Breaking News from Quebec: Quebec Government confirms that it has no plans to significantly increase immigration levels — at least in the short term. A document entitled “The Immigration Planning in Quebec for the 2017-2019 Years” was presented Thursday, June 2, 2016, by the Minister of Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion of Quebec, Kathleen Weil, to […]

Two “Ghosts” are Charged with Immigration Fraud

Official news agency of the Canadian government released a brief communiqué from The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) in Montreal on May 10, 2016. This time the announcement was made about charges made against two individuals who were acting as paid immigration consultants without a licence. Rejoinder Singh, who was arrested in Montreal, and Resham […]

York U Student says Stolen Purse Cost Her a Half-Year’s Tuition

Here is an interesting article on a York U student’s woes with immigration and York University alike. Kudos to a decision to reimburse the unfortunate would-be student her lost tuition, though I am pretty sure the Toronto Star correspondent’s intervention should be largely credited for the university officials’ change of heart. But was all […]