Moving to Canada: Beginner's Guide [Infographic]
Moving to a new country is often one of the biggest life changes you will ever make. It is hard to know what to expect as you make your transition in to a new culture where protocols and ways of living may be different to your homeland. Deciding where to live, financing your move and choosing where you will work will be some of the most difficult choices you will be faced with.
Australian Immigration History Push and Pull Factors
This lesson supports students in understanding the push and pull factors contributing to human migration with an Australian context.The content of this lesson links to the Australian Curriculum: History for Year 6Historical Knowledge and Understanding:Australia as a Nation (ACHHK115)Comparing push a...
Immigration - Kids Discover
Why do some many people want to immigrate to the U.S., how do they get here, and what’s life like for them? In Immigration, for kids, they’ll explore answers to these questions and learn about the waves of migration that have shaped – and continue...
From segregation to integration: One picture gives you a clear vision about the immigration history of Chinese Canadians, In 1788, The British Captain John Meares hired the first group of 70 Chinese smiths and carpenters from Macau and Guangzhou, they landed in Vancouver at the west coast of British America (Canada)...
Canada Immigration Lawyers: Canadian Immigration Overview by VisaPlace
Interested in immigrating to Canada? VisaPlace can connect you with an immigration lawyer or licensed consultant who can guide you with the options available to you.
Komagata Maru stories surprise descendants on 100th anniversary | CBC News
Descendants of two families on opposite sides of the Komagata Maru story are sharing their reflections today on the 100th anniversary of what both agree was a dark chapter in Canadian history.
Remembering the Komagata Maru
100 years ago, the Komagata Maru ship, carrying 376 passengers, pulled into Vancouver harbour. All but 24 people were turned back. The CBC's Duncan McCue exp...