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Most Canadians in favour of limits on immigration: poll

March 11, 2013 – 10:37 am | 1,322 views

Most Canadians are in favour of restrictions on the number of qualified immigrants accepted into the country each year, a new poll suggests.
A survey conducted by Forum Research for the National Post found that 70% …

Trust and Culture – Earned or Assumed

February 4, 2013 – 6:08 am | 838 views

In my recent review of LinkedIn group “Cross Cultural Coaching & Counseling”, I came across some interesting discussion: Whether there is a difference between how trust is earned/assumed in different cultures? Most of the experts …

The More Welcoming Community the Higher its GDP

September 22, 2011 – 9:19 pm | 999 views

Diversity and inclusion affect community economic well-being, finds a new study by Knight Foundation (Miami). The foundation partnered with Gallup to  study what makes Americans love where they live. 43,000 from 26 communities across the …

Canadian Doctors Guide to Treat Immigrants

August 1, 2011 – 9:22 pm | 1,026 views

The Canadian Medical Association Journal last month published the first Canadian guidelines to immigrant and refugee health. The guide is a detailed resource for health care providers serving immigrant patients.
The guide has been developed over the last six …

Toronto’s corporate sector leadership is the least diverse, study reveals

June 13, 2011 – 7:43 pm | 1,195 views

On June 10, 2011 Ryerson University’s Diversity Institute released the results of its DiverseCity Counts report. DiverseCity Counts is a research project which has tracked rates of diversity among leaders in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) for the last three years. …