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Meanwhile, asylum claims are rising.
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Heather Mallick's latest column on how new Canadians can learn to like it here falls short. If she really thinks all it takes to make immigrants feel at home in Canada is a conversation with a pharmacist at a Shoppers Drug Mart or getting lost at a Canadian Tire franchise, perhaps she is living in a bubble.
He says there are no people currently stranded at Canadian airports.
Brad Trost claims looks mattered more than experience.
One was named a "young global leader" by the World Economic Forum.