Posts by CISSA-ACSEI

Communities prepare to welcome Syrian refugees, Government of Canada

Communities prepare to welcome Syrian refugees, Government of Canada

September 6, 2016 – Ottawa, ON – Communities across Canada are gearing up to welcome Syrian refugees this fall as...

CISSA-ACSEI Position Paper: National Conversation on Immigration

CISSA-ACSEI Position Paper: National Conversation on Immigration

Exposé de Position de CISSA-ACSEI: Débat National sur l’Immigration

Exposé de Position de CISSA-ACSEI: Débat National sur l’Immigration

Immigration minister seeks ‘middle ground’ on temporary foreign workers, Edmonton Journal

Immigration minister seeks ‘middle ground’ on temporary foreign workers, Edmonton Journal

August 18, 2016 – The federal government must find a “middle ground” on the number of temporary foreign workers in...

Temporary public policy to facilitate the sponsorship of Syrian and Iraqi refugees by Groups of Five and Community Sponsors – renewal, Government of Canada

Temporary public policy to facilitate the sponsorship of Syrian and Iraqi refugees by Groups of Five and Community Sponsors – renewal, Government of Canada

Minister John McCallum issued a renewal of temporary public policy to facilitate sponsorship of Syrian and Iraqi refugees by Groups...

Canada’s immigration detention program to get $138M makeover, CBC News

Canada’s immigration detention program to get $138M makeover, CBC News

August 15, 2016 – Canada’s Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale has announced that the government will invest $138 million into...

John McCallum wants to ‘substantially increase’ immigration to fill Canada’s labour needs, CBC News

John McCallum wants to ‘substantially increase’ immigration to fill Canada’s labour needs, CBC News

August 12, 2016 – If Immigration Minister John McCallum gets his way, Canada will significantly increase immigration beyond its current record level as a way to fill...

 Letter to The Honourable John McCallum regarding resettling 25,000 Syrian government assisted refugees (GARs)

Letter to The Honourable John McCallum regarding resettling 25,000 Syrian government assisted refugees (GARs)

 Letter Congratulating the appointment of The Honourable John McCallum as Minister for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship

Letter Congratulating the appointment of The Honourable John McCallum as Minister for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship

Immigrant and refugee serving agencies across Canada are ramping up contingency plans to respond to the largest refugee resettlement relocation movement in thirty five years.

Immigrant and refugee serving agencies across Canada are ramping up contingency plans to respond to the largest refugee resettlement relocation movement in thirty five years.

November 5, 2015 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE VANCOUVER, BC – “As we welcome the appointment of Honourable John McCallum as Minister...