Immigration is crucial to both Canada’s short-term economic recovery following the pandemic, and to its long-term growth. Canada’s multi-year levels plan positions Canada to address current labour shortages—including in construction industries— and attract new skilled workers to help build our economy moving forward.
By exploring African literature, you open yourself up to a rich tapestry of stories, cultures, and experiences that can expand your worldview and foster greater appreciation for the diversity and interconnectedness of our world.
It’s important to note that depression is a treatable condition, and with the right support and treatment, many people find relief from their symptoms. If you suspect that you or someone you know is experiencing depression, it’s crucial to seek professional help from a mental health provider for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment.
Statistics Canada reports that over 5.7 million elementary and secondary school-aged children take a break from the classroom and head off to camp yearly.
Aside from the apparent benefits of summer camp, such as building friendships and enhancing social skills, summer camp can help children develop resiliency and confidence, help them stay or become more physically active, and encourage them to bond with nature.
Through the TECHPLUS Program, students will acquire marketable technical skills as they transition to post-secondary studies, while also building soft skills for job retention, team building, and leadership, in addition to access to mentorship and professional network for future career and employment prospects.
John is currently the President of the Conservative Black Congress of Canada (CBCC), Saskatchewan chapter and the Board Chair of Black Professionals and Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan (BPES)”.
All 38 Members of the Legislative Assembly have critic roles in the New Democratic Party. Have a read of who is looking after what portfolio.
While Alberta’s economy continues to grow and more jobs are created, Albertans with visual impairment find it difficult to find work due to their unique needs and the specific accommodations they require.
The AMCC project is a pioneering initiative to enhance the cultural, social, economic, and civic vibrancy of Edmonton’s communities of African descent. This centre, envisaged to be established on the former Wellington Junior High School site, will be a nucleus encapsulating Edmonton’s African-descent community’s rich and diverse heritage. It’s proposed to comprise facilities like a cultural centre, community services, offices, and educational and recreational spaces.