Thursday, November 10, 2016

CIC Canada's Immigration Website Crashes as Trump's Led Wins

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Canada’s main immigration website appeared to suffer repeated outages on Tuesday night as Trump took the lead in several major states and his prospects for winning the US presidency turned markedly higher. Data from Google suggests searches for ‘move to Canada’ spiked significantly during the night as Trump victories unfolded in key battleground states

Some users in the United States, Canada and Asia saw an internal server error message when trying to access the Citizenship and Immigration Canada website.

When the Guardian clicked on the page it would not load and a “this page isn’t working” error message came up.

Sunday, November 6, 2016

Canadian Singer Michael Bublé 3yr Old Diagnosed with Cancer

Canadian singer, songwriter, actor and record producer Michael Bublé and his wife are confirming their toddler, Noah, is getting treatment for cancer.

Michael and Luisana said they were devastated by his recent diagnosis and would be "suspending professional activities for now" to focus their time and attention on the 3-year-old.

According to reports in Argentina, where the family lives, doctors initially thought Noah had mumps ... but when they brought him to see doctors in the U.S. ... they found the cancer.

In their Facebook post Friday morning, Michael and Luisana wrote ... "We have a long road ahead of us and we hope that with the support of our family, friends, fans around the world and faith in God, we can win this battle."

The couple had their second son, Elias, in January.

Saturday, November 5, 2016

Canadian Economy in October 2016 Adds 44,000 Job but....

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The economy gained 44,000 jobs last month -- fueled entirely by part-time employment, which offset a loss in full-time positions -- Statistics Canada said Friday, raising concerns that Canadians are having trouble securing gainful work.

The result is further evidence that Canada is struggling to create "quality, high-paying jobs," said David Madani, senior Canada economist at Capital Economics.

"Even though headline employment is rising, overall income growth still appears to be slowing sharply," Madani wrote in a note to clients.

The overall increase in employment was driven by 67,000 additional part-time positions for the month, while the number of full-time jobs fell by 23,000. The unemployment rate held steady at 7.0 per cent as more people entered the labour market, looking for work.