Badie and Wafaa Al Souad were forced to move to Lebanon in 2014 with their four children due to the war that started in their home country, Syria in 2011. After staying in Lebanon for three years, they received an invitation from the Government of Canada to migrate to Canada as refugees. This family moved to Canada in 2016 and have successfully plated a strong root in Saskatoon with their restaurant, Taste of Syria.
Despite the needs that Canada highlights, immigrants still struggle to get jobs, not just because of
employers’ request for Canadian work experience but because immigrants are searching in the same small space as the rest of Canadians. Here are some high-demand career paths that immigrants can consider.
When investors wake up to see a massive decline in their investment, they need reassurance and understanding to know whether to stay the course or make an emotion-driven decision. Our financial expert helps investors facing the current uncertain investment times to gain better understanding in this article.
With the level of misinformation and contradictions on credit history and score on the internet, understanding the Canadian credit system is a feat achieved by very few. Immigrant Muse Editor, Oyin Ajibola had a scenario-based and insightful conversation with Julie Kuzmic, Senior Compliance Officer, Customer Advocacy at Equifax, to help immigrants better understand the concept of credit in Canada.
You may not remember the first time you were mentored, wobbling and taking those very first steps into your mother’s arms. You might not recall that feeling of security or warmth that enveloped you. You gained confidence in your abilities! As you got older, others mentored you, your teachers, softball coach, dance teacher, hockey coach – they all wanted to transfer their knowledge to help you enhance your knowledge and skills.