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Globe and Mail/Economy Lab: What’s in a name? A job, maybe

Tavia Grant Job seekers with common anglophone names such as Greg Brown on their résumés get more responses from employers in Canada’s three largest cities than applicants with foreign-sounding names – regardless of work experience, education or language proficiency,...

Globe and Mail: Helping immigrant workers fit in

Marlene Habib Aileen Raquel knows all too well how tough it can be for an immigrant worker to adjust in Canada and why employers need to take their struggles seriously, especially as the country prepares for a projected influx of immigrant talent over the next 20...

Toronto Star: Toronto’s lessons on immigration

Julia Deans and John Tory Sometimes you need fresh eyes to remind you how good you have it. Last week, CivicAction hosted an international delegation that is examining immigration and its connection with business and municipal government agendas in five global cities....

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