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For immigrant children, fate in U.S. a roll of the dice - CNN.com

Elvin Castañon is a high school student in the Atlanta area and an undocumented immigrant. Laws designed to protect unaccompanied minors like him mean he is close to being granted legal status, but for those without attorneys to lean on, deportation is more likely.<p>Elvin Castañon, a ninth-grader …

“Go back to China.”

×<p>Olivia Chow<p>She has the best grasp of the inner workings of City Hall among the top contenders for mayor. She has the most political experience and …

Breaking News English ESL Lesson Plan on Immigration

WARM-UPS<p><b>1. FOREIGNERS:</b> Walk around the class and talk to other students about foreigners. Is this a good or bad word? Does the word ‘foreigners’ in …

Migration

Migration means leaving your home country and living or working somewhere else. Some countries, like the USA, have a <b>population</b> that is made up <b>mainly</b> …

Asians Immigrate to the Canadian Pacific

More and more Chinese <b>immigrants</b> have been coming to Canada’s Pacific coast. In Vancouver they have opened up restaurants and sell sea food and fish …

World News for Students of English

07-05-2018 15:00<p>São Paulo is Brazil’s largest city. A fire starts in a tall building. It starts on the third floor. More...<p>This news is from Moscow. …

This young photographer brings the stories of immigrant children to light

Quetzal Maucci, a 21-year-old photographer, is the daughter of two immigrant mothers from Argentina and Peru. But even growing up in a progressive place like San Francisco, she often felt like an outcast because of her background.<p>"I still felt uncomfortable being the child of immigrant parents," …

11 Facts about Immigrants | DoSomething.org | Volunteer for Social Change

1<p>Department of Homeland Security. "U.S. Legal Permanent Residents: 2011." DHS Office of Immigration Statistics. Accessed April 15, 2014. .<p>2<p>Department …

Canada one of the world’s most popular destinations for job seekers: study

Canada is one of the top spots in the world for job seekers who are setting their sights abroad.<p>The U.S., the U.K. and Canada are the world's most popular country destinations for job seekers, a Boston Consulting Group global survey of more than 200,000 people released Sunday showed. Among cities, …

A snapshot of Toronto: 51% of residents were born outside Canada, Vital Signs Report finds

<i>Toronto may be the fourth most liveable city in the world according to</i> The Economist<i>, but it only feels like that way to residents who live in its</i> …

Challenges await new GTA immigrants

Like thousands of immigrants who come to Canada every year, the Thanesh family came to Toronto hoping for a better life.<p>And like the thousands who …

Your First Year in Canada

Welcome to Canada! You have arrived at a peaceful, free and democratic country with equality among nations and a high standard of living.<p>Stepping on …

5 things Canada should do to attract the immigrants we need

Last week, Ottawa announced there had been a 74 per cent reduction in the number of temporary foreign worker applications received in July and August …

Immigration policy needs to change to attract candidates: lawyer

An immigration lawyer in Halifax says she’s working with plenty of people who want to make the province their home, but the province needs to change …

New Rules To Become A Canadian Citizen

People who were not born in Canada may have to follow new rules to become Canadian citizens.<p>A new bill (a proposed law) has been put forward that …

Some Canadian Immigration Policies Changing

Last month, Prime Minister Stephen Harper outlined some changes to Canada’s immigration policies.<p>Immigration, in this case, is when someone comes …

Environmental health risks of Alberta oil sands likely underestimated: study

A new study suggests the environmental health risks of oilsands operations in Alberta's Athabasca region have probably been underestimated.<p>Researchers say emissions of potentially hazardous air pollution that were used in environmental reviews done before approving some projects did not include …

Alaska's Arctic icy lakes lose thickness

<b>The ubiquitous shallow icy lakes that dominate Alaska's Arctic coastal plain have undergone a significant change in recent decades.</b><p>These lakes, many of which are no more than 3m deep, melt earlier in the season and retain open water conditions for much longer.<p>And 20 years of satellite radar also …

Ontario polar bears doomed, expert says | The Star

Say goodbye to Ontario’s polar bears.<p>Warmer weather will likely make it impossible for the iconic bears to survive on the shores of Hudson’s Bay in …

Walkom: Canada the odd man out after Kyoto | The Star

Canada’s decision to pull out of the Kyoto accord matters. It matters not because the 1997 climate change treaty is perfect. Far from it. Kyoto …

Ottawa hires ad firm for $22 million oilsands campaign | The Star

OTTAWA—The federal government has tapped an international public relations firm to roll out a $22 million advertising campaign promoting the oilsands …

Leaked UN Global Warming Report Warns Next 15 Years Are Crucial

Unless profound changes are made, global warming will only get worse, according to the United Nations. If greenhouse gases are allowed to grow at …

Climate change is less about polar bears, more about people

Climate change may not be a "complex" problem for people to understand, but it's one in which they are positioned at the center, said George Luber, …

Climate Change Might Just Be Driving the Historic Cold Snap

It’s polar bear weather today for much of the Midwest. Temperatures are in the -20sº F (-28º C) and -30sº F (-35º C) in eastern Montana, North …

Canadian Natural Resources oil sands field leak continues

A leak at Canadian Natural Resources’ Primrose field in the Alberta oil sands continues to seep bitumen crude six months after it started, the head …

Pesticides 'making bees smaller'

Bumblebees could be shrinking because of exposure to a widely-used pesticide, a study suggests.<p>Experts fear smaller bees will be less effective at foraging for nectar and carrying out their vital task of distributing pollen.<p>Scientists in the UK conducted laboratory tests which showed how a …