Paul Dalby

Dreams sometimes get a sharp reality check, and that’s especially true for skilled immigrants hoping to start a new life in Canada.

Just ask Ruby Bhasin.

She arrived in Canada with her husband and young son in 2010 seeking a more stable future than the life left behind in Dubai, where she was an assistant bank manager.

But 10 years’ experience and a master’s degree in commerce did not open any doors with Canadian employers, who routinely demanded “Canadian experience.”

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Reference: Toronto Star


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