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News – Page 16 – Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia (ISANS)

When the media bombards us with data not all useful and emotionally charges us up, it's time to take a step back and … [Read more Hi Everyone, Sophia and I celebrated our birthday Sunday and wish to thank you for all of the well wishes. Heading into our special day, we had the gift of a rising market even though I thought the economic news was going to blow the candles right off our cake.

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Businessweek Debrief: A Conversation With Robert Kraft

Rather than focusing on the increase in our trade deficit, poor jobless claims data and a sharp increase in energy costs, let's look at a couple of global … [Read more Hi Everyone, At the end of this year, a combination of federal tax increases and spending cuts kick in if Congress fails to act. We call it the Fiscal Cliff. Risks of the cliff weigh on the municpal bond market but some can be controlled.


Read on. Hi Everyone, My weekly pile of reading material is dominated by stats and predictions of what may happen to business with election decision. Here's my take on it for what it's worth. Here is a snapshot of what may benefit from a … [Read more Hi Everyone, Many of you had questions regarding the recent blogs discussing which sectors have performed better or worse than others and why.

News briefing: 23–29 July 2010

Materials seem to be on your mind so let's take a closer look. Hi Everyone, The new technologies emerging in the healthcare and IT sectors are truly amazing. As an investor, embrace these new friends for they could become your foes if ignored. Don't be afraid to look. Foes tend to be … [Read more Hi Everyone, August is a month to assess and look ahead as we have an exciting few months to go in These refugees have sponsorship applications that were previously submitted to the government.

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Arriving in a new country can be a scary experience, but when Najwa and Reyad Al Hamoud arrived in Canada they were greeted with jumps of joy. The April edition of Business Voice magazine focuses on immigration and the vital role immigration plays in our economy. Wadih Fares talks … Read more.

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Refugee Rights Day is celebrated each year in Canada on April 4th. It is an opportunity to bring attention to the advances made in the protection of refugee rights in Canada as a result of the Singh Decision. Refugee Rights Day is also a time to learn about the threats to … Read more.

This … Read more. The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Project is a new three-year employer-driven immigration program.

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