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What's New in Canadian Education, Employment and Immigration?

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  • Harrish Sharma
    What s New in Canadian Education, Employment and Immigration? Education ... - Colleges Ontario - Strategy needed to address the skills shortage - Education
    Message 1 of 4 , Feb 4, 2008
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      What's New in Canadian Education, Employment and Immigration?

      Education
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      - Colleges Ontario - Strategy needed to address the
      skills shortage
      - Education Life
      - What's in a degree program?
      - Number of foreign students skyrockets on Canadian
      campuses; International contingent at AUC above
      national average
      - The World's Most Expensive Universities
      - India tech tycoon laments Canadian skills
      shortage
      - Storm warning for research
      - Government is failing our students
      - Canada rides on its booming economy to woo
      Jamaican students
      - Canadians going online for education

      Employment
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      - Chase is on for high-skill talent
      - The Government of Canada helps youth in the
      Greater Toronto Area find work
      - Do You Think That Companies Are Doing Enough To
      Hire Canadian Technology Professionals?
      - CMA Canada urges government to retain foreign
      students trained in Canada to boost productivity,
      competitiveness
      - Boom times, but not in the auto belt
      - A labour-intensive blueprint
      - Job numbers post growth
      - Salary survey reveals a strong market, and the
      up-side of the skills shortage
      - Jamaicans Recruited for Jobs in Canada
      - Canada's top 100 employers

      Immigration
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      - 350,000 jobs available in Canada province over
      next 12 years
      - Uncertified dentists prey on immigrants: college
      - 244,000 new workers needed by 2017
      - Small and rural communities stand to benefit from
      newcomers
      - Canada makes it easier for children adopted
      overseas to become Canadian citizens
      - Government of Canada provides funding to help
      newcomers settle in the Peel region
      - Evaluating immigrant skills
      - Canada set to boost `family' immigrants
      - Immigration laws flawed, experts say
      - Canada lifts visa restrictions

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    • Harrish Sharma
      What s New in Canadian Education, Employment and Immigration? Education - Doctoral degrees take nearly six years - Opening the doors of academe - More
      Message 2 of 4 , May 29, 2008
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        What's New in Canadian Education, Employment and Immigration?

        Education

        - Doctoral degrees take nearly six years
        - Opening the doors of academe
        - More education options needed
        - GMAT Mobile Testing Centre Set to Begin Journey
        Across Canada
        - Canada aims to attract skilled immigrants with
        new scheme
        - The Government of Canada Supports 16 Ontario
        Arts-Training Organizations
        - The Governor General of Canada Inaugurates the
        Royal Military College of Saint-Jean
        - Immigration policies boosting number of degree
        holders in Canada: study
        - College education pays off, study finds
        - Tourism Toronto announces scholarships at 10
        Ontario Colleges and Universities


        Employment
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        - Messed up the job interview? You're not alone
        - Canada: Rejecting Overqualified Applicants May
        Prompt Allegations Of Discrimination
        - Immigration from all angles
        - 'So many opportunities'
        - Young people earning less than parents did:
        census
        - Sudbury goes boom, Windsor goes bust
        - Government of Canada creates partnerships to
        improve training and job opportunities for
        Aboriginal people in Alberta
        - Bathurst program ready to link youth to
        employment opportunities
        - Connecting teens with employers; Employment
        office can help youths find summer work
        - Student job centre now open
        - More jobs for Filipinos in Saskatchewan


        Immigration
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        - Language test angers immigration lawyers
        - Canada lost track of 41,000 migrants told to
        leave: watchdog
        - Foreigners wed, then fled
        - Canada must toughen its immigration
        qualifications
        - Immigration bill opens Pandora's Box
        - Open the door on immigration policy reform
        - PM unconvincing on immigration
        - 'Rent-a-guest' schemes tipped off immigration
        Investigators reportedly probing marriage scams
        - Will immigration plan fix backlog? Critics see
        longer waits under proposed changes
        - Immigration policies boosting number of degree
        holders in Canada: study

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