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    Invitado MQI

    Que facil es estar de acuerdo con uno mismo

    Invitado MQI

    Claro que él es el único, tu no dejas hablar a nadie más, porque el resto de los mensajes son tuyos haciendote pasar por varias personas.

    Invitado MQI

    Y tu quien eres? eres un nuevo quebecker??? O apenas vas para alla y crees que alla es el paraiso?? dejame me rio, no soy el unico que dice que quebec es la provincia con mas racismo de Canada, tomate un tiempito y lee los mensajes antiguos de meses atras… te llevaras una sorpresa…

    La ignorancia es atrevida…………………

    Invitado MQI

    Otro articulo, esta vez CTV Canadian tv,

    Immigrants find it hard to get careers on track

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    Canada’s reputation as a good country for highly educated immigrants is taking a beating, as more and more new arrivals say they can’t find work suited to their qualifications.

    Syed Ali is the kind of immigrant Canada has openly welcomed. Ali arrived here four months ago full of hope.

    Originally from Pakistan, he’d been living in London. He had a PhD. in wireless communications and was working as a university professor in England.

    In Canada, he can’t find a job. He says if he doesn’t find something in four months, he’ll return to England.
    "I thought it was the land of opportunity," he told CTV’s Peter Murphy. "That is why I decided to come over here."

    Ali has some hope. He recently joined an internship program at Motorola Canada. He’s earning $1,500 a month, as part of a pilot project for immigrants called "Career Bridge."

    Career Bridge is the first initiative of the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC). It’s being run for the group by Career Edge, which has been offering similar internships to young Canadians since 1996. The aim is to give people a foothold in the workforce, before they go looking for their first real job.

    The benefit to employers in the Career Bridge program is that interns are pre-screened to ensure they are eligible to work legally, and have the career and language skills required for each position. Businesses get to "test the waters" before making hiring commitments.

    And the benefit to participants is a chance to see how the Canadian labour market works, and perhaps "audition" for a prospective employer.

    Motorola’s recruitment manager, Agnes Van Haeren, says "something’s wrong," if Canadian companies are not recognizing recent immigrants’ foreign work experience.

    Immigrants to Canada are now more educated than immigrants were 20 years ago — more educated even than the average Canadian-born worker — yet they are faring poorly.

    A new Statistics Canada survey indicates that recent immigrant men with full-time jobs saw their earnings fall seven per cent on average from 1980 to 2000. And in that time the wage gap between higher paid Canadian-born workers and recent immigrants doubled.

    Yet the survey concluded that overall, Canadian-born men’s earnings had also fallen, too, and said there might be a common cause.

    "This suggests that the problems faced by recent immigrant men may not be unique to them," the agency says. "Rather, they may have an impact on all new entrants to the Canadian labour market, whether or not they are born in Canada."

    If that’s the case, then programs like Career Bridge might be a good solution. But no one’s certain what’s at the root of the problem. (Note: "Cultural Intolerance?")

    York University professor Valerie Preston says Canada needs to find out what’s going wrong, because systemic discrimination could be the problem.

    "Canada’s attraction as a destination for these highly skilled immigrants is beginning to suffer," Preston said, "as the news gets around that it’s very difficult to prosper here."

    Invitado MQI

    Y yo supongo y espero que entiendan ingles, aqui va otro de la gazette.

    Quebec remains financially fragile

    QUEBEC-Despite five consecutive years without a budget deficit, the financial situation in Quebec remains fragile.
    The Quebec government is one the most debt-ridden in North America.

    The ageing of the population will also bring major problems over the coming years. In 2003, 13 out of 100 Quebeckers were 65-years-old or older, by 2030 this proportion will reach 26 out of 100.

    Quebec residents devote a significant part of their income to social programs, but each Quebecker pays 30 per cent more in taxes than their Ontario counterpart.

    The Jean Charest government has promised to improve the province’s financial standing. Some measure have already been announced.

    Tax credits for businesses will be re-evaluated and reduced. All government programs will be re-examined; those the government considers unimportant will be cut. The role of certain organizations like the Société générale de financement and the Innovatech companies will be revised.

    The government will also continue to fight against tax avoidance.

    Invitado MQI

    estoy a puntico de iniciar el proceso(ojo no el revolucionario) de inmigracion a quebec, lo que aqui dicen me provoca muchas dudas e incertidumbres, pero hay algo que me da vueltas en la cabeza… si Quebec es la provincia mas racista de todas,¿entonces por qué es la que tiene el proceso de inmigracion mas facil??? y asi debe ser,porque mucha gente aca (abogados incluso) hablan de entrar por Quebec por ser mas facil,saludos a todos y feliz 2004!!!!


    Invitado MQI

    Hermanito, si nadie quiere imigrar al Congo, que cree usted que el gobierno hace? Se la pone mas facil a la gente para que entren! Durante años el decline en la imigracion a Quebec se debe a que el imigrante le toma mas tiempo desarrollarse aqui comparativamente con otras provincias. Ademas si lees los postings de aca te das cuenta que el Gobierno incita a la imigracion, son las gentes las que no las aceptan, y al final en la calle con quien tienes que lidiar es con la gente, el gobierno te dice potencialmente lo que vas a encontrar, pero en la calle tu estas solo, y la intolerancia te para. You’ve got it now.?

    Invitado MQI

    Sencillamente porque la gente no quiere vivvir en quebec!! la gente apenas se encuentra con la realidad de esa provincia se van para otro lado, ademas tienen el indice mas bajo de nacimientos, lee este website y asi tendras otra idea….


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