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New Canadians turns four and we’d like to say ‘thanks’!

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Over the past week, we’ve been an excited lot at 192 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, the space out of which we work. And by the time you read this, we would have finished downing lots of cake (not to mention singing ‘Happy Birthday’ in each of our native languages!). New Canadians turns four, and we’re excited! It’s […]

Cast your vote for RBC Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards

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The online voting phase for Canadian Immigrant magazine’s ninth annual RBC Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards is underway. The public can vote for up to three individuals from the list of 75 candidates at rbctop25.com until May 22, 2017. The winners will be announced on June 27, 2017 From a list of hundreds of worthy candidates, a panel of […]

Bridging programs: how can they help newcomers to Canada?

Pioneers for Change 2015: Celebrating leadership and innovation

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The Pioneers for Change Fundraiser Gala and Awards took place on Thursday, June 11 2015, at the St James Cathedral Hall in Toronto. The fundraising gala brought together 200 business, civic and community leaders, as well as other activists for an evening of networking and performances to celebrate the achievements of this year’s Honourees and […]

Cast your vote for RBC Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards

Gerard Keledjian honoured with a Pioneers for Change Award 2015

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Armenian-Canadian Gerard Keledjian is one of this year’s six recipients of Skills for Change’s (SfC) 2015 Pioneers for Change (PfC) Awards. With a history in broadcast, print, online and social media, Gerard will be recognized in the “Excellence in Innovation” category during the annual award ceremony to be held on 11 June, 2015. Keledjian is […]

Celebrating immigrant leadership, innovation and diversity

Bridging programs: how can they help newcomers to Canada?

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In this interview, Dean of The G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education at Ryerson University, Dr. Marie Bountrogianni explains the unique difference between a bridging program and a regular education program and talks about how it can improve employment outcomes for newcomers to Canada. “It is important to know the expectations in a new […]

Chang School program helps internationally trained doctors find work

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