Immigrants

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  1. The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is committed to protecting Canadians and permanent residents from unethical immigration consultants. Today, following an extensive criminal investigation, the CBSA announced charges related to an alleged sophisticated for-profit misrepresentation and immigration fraud operation in Calgary.
  2. The Government of Canada is committed to taking action against racism and discrimination in all their forms, including online, in our communities and in the workplace.
  3. The Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade, will be joined by the Honourable Hedy Fry, Member of Parliament for Vancouver Centre, and the Honourable Harjit Sajjan, Minister of National Defence and Member of Parliament for Vancouver South, for a site visit of the Chinatown Storytelling Centre, where they will highlight government actions against anti-Asian racism.
  4. As we continue our pandemic recovery, businesses are once again reopening their doors to Canadians. Already, we are seeing the economy returning to its pre-pandemic levels, and employers on their path to recovery are hiring in increasing numbers. For several years, Quebec has been experiencing workforce recruitment challenges, and even though the pandemic had a significant impact on unemployment in the province, worker shortages remain a problem.
  5. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for further action by the Government of Canada and its partners to improve the protection of temporary foreign workers. Year after year, these workers come to Canada to support our agriculture and agri-food industry and contribute greatly to Canada’s food security. Their hard work and expertise has been instrumental over the years and especially during the pandemic, and they deserve to be safe.