• L'identité francophone à Ottawa

    Liens aux statistiques mentionné: 1. Les états généraux de la francophonie d’Ottawa. http://www.jereveottawa.ca/fr/Quelques-Faits-Sur-Le-Francais-A-Ottawa_3 2. Office des affaires francophonies. http://www.ofa.gov.on.ca/fr/franco-stats.html 3. Ville d’Ottawa. http://ottawa.ca/fr/immigration/vivre/profil-francophone 4. Commissariat aux langues officielles. http://www.officiallanguages.gc.ca/fr/publications/portrait-linguistique-ottawa

    published: 21 Mar 2016
  • An immigrant's challenge to find employment

    Rula Alkhzouz is a Jordanian-born immigrant to Ottawa. She is university educated, has many years of work experience, but is having difficulties adjusting to the Canadian labour market.

    published: 09 Apr 2015
  • Immigration Ottawa

    Un récit de première bouche de ce qu'Ottawa offre aux nouveaux arrivants y compris un emploi et un mode de vie.

    published: 19 May 2010
  • CBC Ottawa: Immigration Battle

    An Ottawa family goes head to head with Immigration Services to try and get their son moved to Canada.

    published: 06 Feb 2015
  • Ottawa Video Production - Ottawa Immigration Promotional Video

    http://www.onemarketmedia.com One Market Media was commissioned by the City of Ottawa to develop this Ottawa video production that describes the immigration experience to Ottawa from the perspective of a recent immigrant.

    published: 28 Sep 2010
  • TOP 10 BEST CITIES TO SETTLE IN CANADA AS NEW IMMIGRANT

    416-962-2623 / 1-866-760-2623 www.immigroup.com http://www.immigroup.com/news/top-10-best-cities-settle-canada-new-immigrant So you've applied to come to Canada as a permanent resident but you don't know exactly where you should live. Everyone has heard of Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver, but who knows if those are really great cities to start your new life. This list looks at big cities in Canada that are most accessible to new immigrants. The richest city on this list, West Vancouver is a suburb of - you guessed it - Vancouver! It is surprisingly affordable for the renter: the average rent price in the city puts it right in the middle of the pack; it's actually cheaper to rent in West Van than in Milton! The unemployment is relatively low, well over a third of the population are immigr...

    published: 12 May 2015
  • Barra Thiom talks about skilled immigrants getting work in Ottawa

    http://www.cbc.ca A local agency that helps skilled immigrants get jobs is celebrating a milestone. In three years, Hire Immigrants Ottawa has helped 1000 new Canadians into jobs. But some say there's more to be done. Rosemarie Leclair, a well known Ottawa CEO, says she's worried about the city's future labour market. "The first of the baby boomers some 344,000 people will reach the age of 65." LeClair and others say the only way to fill the impending labour gap is by hiring skilled immigrants. "It's difficult because you have to understand the way here that people are doing business...it's very, very different." Barra Thiom came to Canada 17 years ago from Senegal. "At the beginning I think it will be easy to find a job in Canada because when you see the statist...

    published: 09 Mar 2011
  • UPDATE: Somali crime, honour killing in Ottawa

    VISIT http://www.OttawaMurders.ca for all Faith's reports. Faith Goldy of TheRebel.media continues her investigation of a possible Somali Muslim double honour killing in Canada's capital. Never miss a new video: http://www.youtube.com/c/RebelMediaTV PLUS http://www.Facebook.com/JoinTheRebel *** http://www.Twitter.com/TheRebelTV

    published: 20 Dec 2016
  • Canada, Ottawa : Maitre Malonga, avocat et notaire, solution d' immigration

    http://congomikili.com/ Canada, Ottawa : Maitre Malonga, avocat et notaire, solution d' immigration

    published: 28 Feb 2012
  • TOP 8 WORST PLACES TO MOVE IN CANADA (2013)

    www.immigroup.com 416-962-2623 / 1-866-760-2623 Opinions expressed in this article are solely those of Pat Spracklin, author of the article, and do not reflect the attitudes or views of the photographers whose work is used below - We’ve told you about some of the underrated immigration destinations in Canada, now check out our list of places prospective Canadians should avoid: the poor places, the racist places, the isolated places, the depressing places, the worst of the worst! Naturally, the tiny towns in the woods of Northern Ontario or the southern shore of Newfoundland would be the worst of the worst, but let’s be reasonable. Here are list of towns and cities with a substantial population (at least 5000 residents) that might seem like a decent idea to a prospective immigrant interest...

    published: 30 Dec 2014
  • Q: Why is it so hard to find a job in Canada? | Feat. Matthew Iwama

    Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) came up with an idea called “arranged employment” that provided Express Entry applicants with a 600 point bonus. However, most people do not truly understand what arranged employment is, nor do they have the requirements to fulfill it. Common Scenarios: “I found a company in Canada that will hire and support me through my entire permanent residence application!” “I have a family member that owns his own business in Toronto and he said he will sign my papers to give me the 600 point bonus for Express Entry!” “I will come to Canada and go to all the companies to find a job; once i find a job I will use the job offer for the 600 point bonus in Express Entry!” Unfortunately, none of these scenarios will provide the individual with the 600 bonus poin...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Chanting during Human Chain Around US Embassy in Ottawa Against Trump's Immigration Ban

    Jan 30, 2017 Peaceful demonstrators form a human chain around the US Embassy in Ottawa to protest Trumps illegal immigration ban and human rights violations.

    published: 30 Jan 2017
  • How to | Life in Canada | Ottawa vs. Toronto | What You Should Know

    Ottawa vs. Toronto Looking at the differences between life in Ottawa and Toronto Public Transit in Ottawa vs Public Transit in Toronto Language demands In Toronto vs Language demands in Ottawa Universities and Colleges in Toronto vs Ottawa Night and Social life in Ottawa vs Toronto INSTAGRAM/ORCHIDSNLIME

    published: 24 Dec 2016
  • Ottawa says permanent residents exempt from U.S. travel ban

    Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says Canadian dual citizens and permanent residents are not subject to a U.S. travel ban. The ban targets citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries. (Jan. 29) THE CANADIAN PRESS https://twitter.com/cdnpress https://www.facebook.com/thecanadianpress The Canadian Press is Canada’s most trusted news leader in providing real-time, bilingual multimedia content for online, mobile and emerging platforms.

    published: 30 Jan 2017
  • Immigration Services Presented by Jacques Despatis Lawyer, Ottawa, Canada XlJXDRiVmWs

    Customize t-Shirts Store with 3000 US special names. Full color and uniquely designed. Not in other stores, not in any where, just here: http://goo.gl/qkXlsQ

    published: 28 Oct 2014
  • Ottawa US Embassy Protest and Dance against Trump Immigration Ban #NoBanNoWall

    Jan 30, 2017 Following the formation of a human chain around the US Embassy in response to Trump's unjust immigration ban, demonstrators chant outside the embassy, and dance to stay warm :)

    published: 30 Jan 2017
L'identité francophone à Ottawa

L'identité francophone à Ottawa

  • Order:
  • Duration: 9:01
  • Updated: 21 Mar 2016
  • views: 325
videos
Liens aux statistiques mentionné: 1. Les états généraux de la francophonie d’Ottawa. http://www.jereveottawa.ca/fr/Quelques-Faits-Sur-Le-Francais-A-Ottawa_3 2. Office des affaires francophonies. http://www.ofa.gov.on.ca/fr/franco-stats.html 3. Ville d’Ottawa. http://ottawa.ca/fr/immigration/vivre/profil-francophone 4. Commissariat aux langues officielles. http://www.officiallanguages.gc.ca/fr/publications/portrait-linguistique-ottawa
https://wn.com/L'Identité_Francophone_À_Ottawa
An immigrant's challenge to find employment

An immigrant's challenge to find employment

  • Order:
  • Duration: 3:33
  • Updated: 09 Apr 2015
  • views: 845
videos
Rula Alkhzouz is a Jordanian-born immigrant to Ottawa. She is university educated, has many years of work experience, but is having difficulties adjusting to the Canadian labour market.
https://wn.com/An_Immigrant's_Challenge_To_Find_Employment
Immigration Ottawa

Immigration Ottawa

  • Order:
  • Duration: 2:56
  • Updated: 19 May 2010
  • views: 1079
videos
Un récit de première bouche de ce qu'Ottawa offre aux nouveaux arrivants y compris un emploi et un mode de vie.
https://wn.com/Immigration_Ottawa
CBC Ottawa: Immigration Battle

CBC Ottawa: Immigration Battle

  • Order:
  • Duration: 3:14
  • Updated: 06 Feb 2015
  • views: 405
videos
An Ottawa family goes head to head with Immigration Services to try and get their son moved to Canada.
https://wn.com/Cbc_Ottawa_Immigration_Battle
Ottawa Video Production - Ottawa Immigration Promotional Video

Ottawa Video Production - Ottawa Immigration Promotional Video

  • Order:
  • Duration: 2:59
  • Updated: 28 Sep 2010
  • views: 136
videos
http://www.onemarketmedia.com One Market Media was commissioned by the City of Ottawa to develop this Ottawa video production that describes the immigration experience to Ottawa from the perspective of a recent immigrant.
https://wn.com/Ottawa_Video_Production_Ottawa_Immigration_Promotional_Video
TOP 10 BEST CITIES TO SETTLE IN CANADA AS NEW IMMIGRANT

TOP 10 BEST CITIES TO SETTLE IN CANADA AS NEW IMMIGRANT

  • Order:
  • Duration: 8:13
  • Updated: 12 May 2015
  • views: 267354
videos
416-962-2623 / 1-866-760-2623 www.immigroup.com http://www.immigroup.com/news/top-10-best-cities-settle-canada-new-immigrant So you've applied to come to Canada as a permanent resident but you don't know exactly where you should live. Everyone has heard of Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver, but who knows if those are really great cities to start your new life. This list looks at big cities in Canada that are most accessible to new immigrants. The richest city on this list, West Vancouver is a suburb of - you guessed it - Vancouver! It is surprisingly affordable for the renter: the average rent price in the city puts it right in the middle of the pack; it's actually cheaper to rent in West Van than in Milton! The unemployment is relatively low, well over a third of the population are immigrants, and it of course features the warmer temperatures that the Vancouver area is known for. So what could possibly be wrong? Well, on average it takes about 8 years to save up enough money to buy a house. So if you're thinking of starting out in West Vancouver, be sure to check out the rest of the list to find out where to move once you've made some money in Canada. Looking for a job? The rapidly expanding city of Milton may be the place to move. Though it's a bit of a hike from Toronto - nearly an hour drive in traffic and significantly further by train - Milton boasts very low unemployment; the lowest among the immigrant-friendly big cities in the country. There aren't as many immigrants in Milton as there are in some of the other cities on this list, and the rent isn't exactly cheap, but it's hard to say no to jobs. Unless you're concerned about safety: Milton's crime-rate isn't exactly low. The nation's capital is a safe bet. Predicted by experts to see a boom in jobs in the near future, the capital is also pretty much in the middle in all livability factors: the rent and vacancy rates are reasonable, unemployment is higher than some places but should soon drop, house prices are about average, as is the time it takes to save for a house, and the city is safe with decent transit. But Ottawa is notoriously boring and cold, so keep that in mind. Richmond Hill, a suburb of Toronto easily accessible from the city by transit or highway, has one of the highest percentages of immigrants of any city in Canada - nearly equal that of the larger and perhaps more intimidating Mississauga. The only thing keeping it from being higher on this list is the violent crime rate which, while low, is significantly higher than the cities listed below. Well, that and the fact that it takes significantly longer to buy a house in Richmond Hill than it does in some other cities: the length of time to save for a house is not West Vancouver bad, but it's close. Looking for a cheap apartment? Well, the immigrant-friendly Montreal suburb of Brossard has them in droves. The vacancy rate is reasonably high and the rent is way lower than any suburb of Toronto or Vancouver. Plus, it has a way lower crime rate than the equally cheap - and even more immigrant-friendly - Dollard-des-Ormeaux, another of suburb of Montreal, located almost as close to the downtown core. Sure, you have to cross the notoriously traffic-jammed Pont Champlain to get from Brossard to Montreal, but Dollard just isn't as safe. Finally, the average resident of Brossard only has to save for three years to afford a house, and Brossard has the second lowest real estate prices of any major city in Canada. Mississauga, the third largest city in Canada's most pop0lous province, is still considered by many to be a suburb of Toronto. That's because it is only a 20 minute drive from the downtown and a short trip by transit. Mississauga boasts a population of over 50% immigrants and a low crime rate. But it's still somewhat of a bedroom community despite it's size - meaning you have to drive everywhere - and the employment rate doesn't compare favourably with the other suburbs of Toronto. Markham is a suburb north of Toronto that is easily accessible from Toronto by transit or highway; it's right nextdoor to Richmond Hill. Markham has the second highest percentage of immigrants of any large city in Canada, with well over 50% of the population having been born overseas. The city boasts a high apartment vacancy rate and the rent is comparable to the other suburbs of Toronto. Markham is a pretty wealthy place too, meaning that it is a safe place to start your new life.
https://wn.com/Top_10_Best_Cities_To_Settle_In_Canada_As_New_Immigrant
Barra Thiom talks about skilled immigrants getting work in Ottawa

Barra Thiom talks about skilled immigrants getting work in Ottawa

  • Order:
  • Duration: 2:11
  • Updated: 09 Mar 2011
  • views: 974
videos
http://www.cbc.ca A local agency that helps skilled immigrants get jobs is celebrating a milestone. In three years, Hire Immigrants Ottawa has helped 1000 new Canadians into jobs. But some say there's more to be done. Rosemarie Leclair, a well known Ottawa CEO, says she's worried about the city's future labour market. "The first of the baby boomers some 344,000 people will reach the age of 65." LeClair and others say the only way to fill the impending labour gap is by hiring skilled immigrants. "It's difficult because you have to understand the way here that people are doing business...it's very, very different." Barra Thiom came to Canada 17 years ago from Senegal. "At the beginning I think it will be easy to find a job in Canada because when you see the statistic of Canada, of employment is so low so im my mind I say 'oh my god, that's a country of opportunity.'" But it took Thiom two years to finally get a job. His employer is the Vanier Community Service Centre. It has 50 workers, almost half of them are skilled immigrants like Thiom. Francois Baril is president of the agency's board. "Our employees reflect the changing face of the community that we are mandated to serve." Hire Immigrants Ottawa wants more agencies and companies to improve how they employ and advance the careers of new Canadians. As for Barra Thiom, he has a message to newcomers when it comes to finding a job. "It is important in Canada to have a network, to find a job. If you don't know nobody, you not gonna get a job. Don't stay at home."
https://wn.com/Barra_Thiom_Talks_About_Skilled_Immigrants_Getting_Work_In_Ottawa
UPDATE: Somali crime, honour killing in Ottawa

UPDATE: Somali crime, honour killing in Ottawa

  • Order:
  • Duration: 4:39
  • Updated: 20 Dec 2016
  • views: 6581
videos
VISIT http://www.OttawaMurders.ca for all Faith's reports. Faith Goldy of TheRebel.media continues her investigation of a possible Somali Muslim double honour killing in Canada's capital. Never miss a new video: http://www.youtube.com/c/RebelMediaTV PLUS http://www.Facebook.com/JoinTheRebel *** http://www.Twitter.com/TheRebelTV
https://wn.com/Update_Somali_Crime,_Honour_Killing_In_Ottawa
Canada, Ottawa : Maitre Malonga, avocat et notaire, solution d' immigration

Canada, Ottawa : Maitre Malonga, avocat et notaire, solution d' immigration

  • Order:
  • Duration: 37:33
  • Updated: 28 Feb 2012
  • views: 8518
videos
http://congomikili.com/ Canada, Ottawa : Maitre Malonga, avocat et notaire, solution d' immigration
https://wn.com/Canada,_Ottawa_Maitre_Malonga,_Avocat_Et_Notaire,_Solution_D'_Immigration
TOP 8 WORST PLACES TO MOVE IN CANADA (2013)

TOP 8 WORST PLACES TO MOVE IN CANADA (2013)

  • Order:
  • Duration: 7:41
  • Updated: 30 Dec 2014
  • views: 172197
videos
www.immigroup.com 416-962-2623 / 1-866-760-2623 Opinions expressed in this article are solely those of Pat Spracklin, author of the article, and do not reflect the attitudes or views of the photographers whose work is used below - We’ve told you about some of the underrated immigration destinations in Canada, now check out our list of places prospective Canadians should avoid: the poor places, the racist places, the isolated places, the depressing places, the worst of the worst! Naturally, the tiny towns in the woods of Northern Ontario or the southern shore of Newfoundland would be the worst of the worst, but let’s be reasonable. Here are list of towns and cities with a substantial population (at least 5000 residents) that might seem like a decent idea to a prospective immigrant interested in a slower pace of living. Photos Credit to: 1. New Glasgow, Nova Scotia Photo by Verne Equinox, via Wikimedia Commons Photo by JBarta via Wikimedia Commons High crime rate? Check. High unemployment? Check. High cost of living? Check. Limited access to services? Check. High property taxes? Check. Bad weather? Check. Despite being a small, quaint city just a few hours from Halifax, New Glasgow tops polls of the worst places to live in Canada. How could those 10,000 people stand it? They must have all been born there. In 2009 New Glasgow ranked 36th out of 208 in StatsCan's crime severity index. The crime rate increased from 2011 to 2012, and was significantly higher than the provincial average. In 2006, New Glasgow had an unemployment rate of 7.7%. It has decreased since then and, as of the 2011 census, it was 5.7%, or slightly lower than the provincial average. The cost of living in New Glasgow was estimated by one website to be 4% higher than the cost of living in New York City, but only 30.3% of those reporting say their households earn more than $60,000 Canadian per year (after taxes). Property tax in New Glasgow was higher than the average in Nova Scotia and significantly higher than Halifax up to and including 2013. Climate New Glasgow receives 1212 cm of precipitation per year (that's more than Vancouver). 2. Kitchener - Waterloo, Ontario Photo by Tina, via Wikimedia Commons Photo by Tyx via Wikimedia Photo by JustSomePics, via Wikimedia Congratulations, Kitchener / Waterloo, you are the hate crime capital of Canada! Despite hosting two universities and a massive tech company campus, the Kitchener-Waterloo-Cambridge tri-city area experiences a high per capita rate of verbal and physical assaults on ethnic, religious and gay minorities. Despite its location in the highly diverse Southern Ontario region, Kitchener has inherited the mantle from the previous main offender, Calgary. In 2011 Kitchener-Waterloo was surpassed by Peterborough, Hamilton and Ottawa in police-reported hate crimes, however the rate remained at nearly double the national average. 3. Thetford Mines, Quebec The third of the three rogues’ gallery dwellers is poor Thetford Mines, the heart of Quebec’s asbestos mining region and the winner of the title Most Polluted City in Canada. Despite the overwhelming evidence of the dangerous health effects of asbestos, Canada still mines the dangerous mineral, and the biggest mine in a populated area is in Thetford Mines. 4. Bay Roberts, Newfoundland Photos by Werner Koehler, via Wikimedia Commons Many, many other rural communities on the east coast could make this list, but Bay Roberts appears because it has the highest unemployment rate in Canada, at 17%. Despite the oil, gas, mining and hydro-power booms in Newfoundland, Bay Roberts has somehow managed to avoid the job benefits. This wouldn’t seem so peculiar if Bay Roberts wasn’t just an hour’s drive from money-drunk St. John’s and other rapidly expanding bedroom communities like Conception Bay South. The unemployment rate has improved as it was 20.7% in 2006 5. Sarnia, Ontario Photo by P199, via Wikimedia Sarnia itself may not be so bad, but its view of and proximity to American heavy industry helps to reinforce the fact that this border town is polluted. It also has an empty downtown and a shrinking population. 6. Saint John, New Brunswick Photo by DDD DDD, via Wikimedia Photo by Shipley07, via Wikimedia Photo by Michael d40, via Wikimedia Long known as the unglamourous milltown cousin to its apostrophic neighbour to the east, St. John’s, Saint John is a dirty, stinky pulp and paper port on the Bay of Fundy. Despite the natural beauty nearby, the city has a declining population and few economic opportunities outside of the paper mills, nuclear power plant, and small university satellite campus. Don’t end up in Saint John when you want to live in St. John’s! 7. Nanaimo, BC Photo by Masterhatch, via Wikimedia Photo by galina75, via Wikimedia 8. Thunder Bay, Ontario Photo by Derek Hatfield, via Wikimedia Photo by P199, via Wikimedia
https://wn.com/Top_8_Worst_Places_To_Move_In_Canada_(2013)
Q: Why is it so hard to find a job in Canada? | Feat. Matthew Iwama

Q: Why is it so hard to find a job in Canada? | Feat. Matthew Iwama

  • Order:
  • Duration: 8:14
  • Updated: 21 Jul 2015
  • views: 83071
videos
Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) came up with an idea called “arranged employment” that provided Express Entry applicants with a 600 point bonus. However, most people do not truly understand what arranged employment is, nor do they have the requirements to fulfill it. Common Scenarios: “I found a company in Canada that will hire and support me through my entire permanent residence application!” “I have a family member that owns his own business in Toronto and he said he will sign my papers to give me the 600 point bonus for Express Entry!” “I will come to Canada and go to all the companies to find a job; once i find a job I will use the job offer for the 600 point bonus in Express Entry!” Unfortunately, none of these scenarios will provide the individual with the 600 bonus points in Express Entry for a “valid job offer”, as it must be supported by a positive Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA). LMIA-Exempt Workers: Prior to the changes to Express Entry many of the LMIA-exempt workers were included under arranged employment. However, according to the new requirements of Express Entry, they do not have a valid job offer. A valid job offer is defined as a job offer that is supported by a positive LMIA. Therefore, it does not make sense for these workers to be excluded from arranged employment as they came to Canada on an LMIA-exempt work permit. Job Bank and Valid Job Offers: In order to complete the Express Entry profile, an individual must register for Job Bank and activate their profile. The purpose of doing this is to match employers with individuals in the pool that would be a good fit for their company. Once a match has been made the employer can apply for an LMIA, however, in most cases the employers have no idea how to maneuver this kind of application - resulting in refusals. In reality, the only people who are getting approvals for valid job offers for Express Entry are people who are already in Canada working on LMOs and LMIAs; it has nothing to do with Express Entry and Job Bank. Bottom line: If you think you have valid job offer, you probably don't. If you have an employer who is willing to apply for an LMIA on your behalf, make sure it is executed properly as LMIAs are very tricky and Service Canada does not hand them out freely. If you have an LMIA-exempt work permit, you do not have a valid job offer until you have a positive LMIA associated with your occupation. --- If you have any questions regarding the topic on this video, leave a question or comment here or on my website at http://www.matthewiwama.com
https://wn.com/Q_Why_Is_It_So_Hard_To_Find_A_Job_In_Canada_|_Feat._Matthew_Iwama
Chanting during Human Chain Around US Embassy in Ottawa Against Trump's Immigration Ban

Chanting during Human Chain Around US Embassy in Ottawa Against Trump's Immigration Ban

  • Order:
  • Duration: 0:31
  • Updated: 30 Jan 2017
  • views: 47
videos
Jan 30, 2017 Peaceful demonstrators form a human chain around the US Embassy in Ottawa to protest Trumps illegal immigration ban and human rights violations.
https://wn.com/Chanting_During_Human_Chain_Around_US_Embassy_In_Ottawa_Against_Trump's_Immigration_Ban
How to | Life in Canada | Ottawa vs. Toronto | What You Should Know

How to | Life in Canada | Ottawa vs. Toronto | What You Should Know

  • Order:
  • Duration: 12:39
  • Updated: 24 Dec 2016
  • views: 764
videos
Ottawa vs. Toronto Looking at the differences between life in Ottawa and Toronto Public Transit in Ottawa vs Public Transit in Toronto Language demands In Toronto vs Language demands in Ottawa Universities and Colleges in Toronto vs Ottawa Night and Social life in Ottawa vs Toronto INSTAGRAM/ORCHIDSNLIME
https://wn.com/How_To_|_Life_In_Canada_|_Ottawa_Vs._Toronto_|_What_You_Should_Know
Ottawa says permanent residents exempt from U.S. travel ban

Ottawa says permanent residents exempt from U.S. travel ban

  • Order:
  • Duration: 1:31
  • Updated: 30 Jan 2017
  • views: 1348
videos
Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen says Canadian dual citizens and permanent residents are not subject to a U.S. travel ban. The ban targets citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries. (Jan. 29) THE CANADIAN PRESS https://twitter.com/cdnpress https://www.facebook.com/thecanadianpress The Canadian Press is Canada’s most trusted news leader in providing real-time, bilingual multimedia content for online, mobile and emerging platforms.
https://wn.com/Ottawa_Says_Permanent_Residents_Exempt_From_U.S._Travel_Ban
Immigration Services Presented by Jacques Despatis Lawyer, Ottawa, Canada XlJXDRiVmWs

Immigration Services Presented by Jacques Despatis Lawyer, Ottawa, Canada XlJXDRiVmWs

  • Order:
  • Duration: 1:17
  • Updated: 28 Oct 2014
  • views: 31
videos
Customize t-Shirts Store with 3000 US special names. Full color and uniquely designed. Not in other stores, not in any where, just here: http://goo.gl/qkXlsQ
https://wn.com/Immigration_Services_Presented_By_Jacques_Despatis_Lawyer,_Ottawa,_Canada_Xljxdrivmws
Ottawa US Embassy Protest and Dance against Trump Immigration Ban #NoBanNoWall

Ottawa US Embassy Protest and Dance against Trump Immigration Ban #NoBanNoWall

  • Order:
  • Duration: 1:43
  • Updated: 30 Jan 2017
  • views: 235
videos
Jan 30, 2017 Following the formation of a human chain around the US Embassy in response to Trump's unjust immigration ban, demonstrators chant outside the embassy, and dance to stay warm :)
https://wn.com/Ottawa_US_Embassy_Protest_And_Dance_Against_Trump_Immigration_Ban_Nobannowall