The sister of a Lucia Vega Jimenez, a Mexican woman who died in Canada Border Services Agency custody Dec. 28, alleged she signed a confidentiality agreement with authorities, according to the priest who visited the unconscious woman before she was taken off life support.
The B.C. Coroners service has confirmed the death of a Mexican national who was being held by Canada Border Services Agency on Dec. 28
A Chinese-Canadian association scrambling to save its 122-year-old Japantown building from demolition has received a reprieve.
Amidst hardening rhetoric against “illegal immigrants,” a network of health workers, many refugees themselves, have begun quietly filling gaps faced by non-status women in B.C.
A Richmond resident is demanding a McDonald’s restaurant apologize after a manager at the chain’s No. 3 Road franchise allegedly refused to serve her, then asked her to leave, because staff couldn’t understand her English.
What Diana Thompson and her eight-year-old daughter hoped could at least be a tearful goodbye turned to sobs of frustration as her husband was evicted from Canada late last night.
Here’s a look back over some of my key stories of the last year.
The immigration minister said that his immigration crackdown — from marriage fraud to human smuggling and what he called the “abuse of Canada’s generosity” — is not driven by ideology or racism.
From refugees to temporary foreign workers, migrants are bearing the brunt of health-care cuts in Canada.
Citizenship Minister Jason Kenney told Jackie Scott, the daughter of a Canadian war veteran, that her father – and others serving the country – technically weren’t Canadian at the time they were fighting for their country. Photo by David P. Ball