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These stickers say ‘Think Green, Buy Local.’ Here’s the extremist message...

EDMONTON—The poster plastered on a Red Deer lamp post comes across as harmless at first glance: A symbol featuring the rising sun nestled...

What’s driving talented workers out of Toronto? Five young people on...

Over the next 10 years, the population of the Toronto area will hit 8 million people. How will the city handle the rapid...

Brampton immigration consultant stripped of licence, faces fraud charge

A Brampton immigration consultant with a long history of disreputable conduct, including allegedly taking $95,000 from one family and failing to carry out...

‘We Are Canada project’ showcases diverse Canadian stories of resilience, tenacity...

Whether they were born here or came from somewhere else, they all share the same resilience and drive to thrive in this land...

China-to-Seattle-to-Etobicoke human-smuggling scheme earns Vancouver man 17 more months in jail,...

VANCOUVER—A Vancouver man who exploited an international park to smuggle Chinese migrants into this country will have to spend another 17 months in...

Ontario wants more lower-skilled immigrants, but only if they’ll work in...

Ontario is so desperate for industrial painters, sewing-machine operators and electronic assemblers that it wants to throw open its doors to lower-skilled foreign...

New asylum laws to restrict flow of migrants from U.S. yield...

A new refugee law heralded as a way to reduce the number of irregular migrants arriving in Canada from the U.S. has had...

Little ‘prince,’ born at stroke of midnight, is among GTA’s first...

Ikran Ahmed Mohamed and her husband were so exhausted after her 24-hour labour that they had no idea why a nurse lifted up...

‘I took a business trip to China. Then I got shackled...

ISTANBUL, TURKEY—They brought her to a small, windowless room. Jalilova Gulkbahar says there were dozens of other women hunched over, their wrists shackled...

Thousands of international students cited in government report for breaking rules

Canada issued Anass El Kamel a student visa to study at the Université de Moncton, but the Moroccan man never attended a single...
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