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2018-2020 Multi-Year Immigration Levels Plan Announced

Minister Ahmed Hussen tabled the 2018-2020 Multi-Year Immigration Levels Plan and announced historic levels of immigration to Canada. The 2018-2020 Multi-Year Immigration Levels Plan reflects the government’s key priorities for immigration, taking into account input from provincial and territorial governments and stakeholders from across the country. This Multi-Year Immigration Levels Plan 2018-2020, Canada Immigration is growing it’s […]

Government to extend P100 million aid to Mindanao tribal communities

DAVAO CITY — President Rodrigo Duterte will release P100 million to tribal communities in Mindanao for livelihood program and agricultural development as well as to counter the influence of communist insurgents. Speaking before the leaders of tribal communities in Davao City on Thursday, February 1, President Duterte vowed to facilitate the entry of investors and […]

PCOO rallies all stakeholders to battle fake news

MANILA — Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO) Secretary Martin Andanar has enjoined private entities, media practitioners, and the social media community to help the government in combatti ng the proliferation of fake news. During the second Senate hearing on fake news on Jan. 30, Andanar emphasized the importance of a holistic and whole-of-society approach in […]

Palace guarantees more gov’t assistance for MSMEs 

Baguio City  — Malacañang on Thursday, February 1, assured Filipino entrepreneurs of the government’s sustained commitment to create a more conducive environment for small businesses, through the establishment of additional Negosyo Centers in the country.   “The Duterte administration has continuously supported economic growth through the creation of a business-friendly environment that is conducive for the development […]

President Duterte visits Tacloban City housing project, vows to relocate displaced families by March

TACLOBAN CITY — President Rodrigo Duterte visited government’s permanent housing project for Typhoon Yolanda survivors here promising to relocate displaced families by March this year. Duterte arrived at New Hope Village in Brgy. Sta. Elena, Tacloban City on Wednesday, January 25 to inspect the government’s P290 million housing program for the typhoon survivors. The New […]

Statistics Canada indicates that about 30% of the Montreal population is composed of visible minorities.

Yet only 6 of 208 municipal elected officials on the island of Montreal are from visible minorities. Two are members of Montreal City Council (Frantz Benjamin and Alan De Sousa), two are members of various Montreal Borough Councils (Monica Rincourt and Nathalie Pierre-Antoine) while two are members of suburban town councils (Errol Johnson in Dollard […]