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Canada’s GDP Economic Growth fastest in decade (Vancouver Sun, June 11, 2010)
B.C. adds 13,000 new jobs in April (Vancouver Sun, May 8, 2010)
Statistics Canada’s latest employment figures seen as a sign the economy is warming up

A post Olympic dawn (Vancouver Sun, May 1, 2010)
B.C.’s economy has much going for it

Canada to lead G7 economies, OECD says (Globe and Mail April 7, 2010)
In a projection the OECD forecasts today that Canada’s economy will outpace those of the other G7 countries by a wide margin in the first half of this year.

Vancouver business climate on an upswing (Vancouver Sun March 31, 2010)
City’s competitive advantage over major centres in the United States has risen significantly in the last two years, a new KPMG report shows.

Canada Ranked No. 2 in Competitiveness: Report on Business (Globe and Mail March 30, 2010)
Canada ranks second among 10 key countries as a place to locate a business – at least where costs are concerned – according to new international survey from consultants KPMG.

The Economy is in Overdrive Growing Faster than Anyone Expected. (Globe and Mail, March 27, 2010)
Spending, housing starts and job creation are surging. The upswing has forecasters revising projections, saying Canada is moving from recovery to expansion.

Jobs, Dollar push Canada ahead of the pack (Globe and Mail, March 13, 2010)
A ten month low in unemployment, a surging currency and a strong banking system has foreign investors betting on Canada.

B.C. to see strong growth this year and in 2011: RBC report (Vancouver Sun, March 12, 2010)
Olympic Games give boost to tourism, retail trade and service industry B.C. should see its GDP rise by 3-4 per cent this year, making it among Canada’s economic growth leaders, according to an RBC Economics report

Vancouver’s emerging new face (Vancouver Sun, March 10, 2010)
Visible minorities will become the majority in the next two decades, Statscan study says

Immigration wave changes Canada’s looks and sounds (Vancouver Sun, March 10, 2010)
Visible Minorities a 59% majority in Vancouver by 2031
Asian Influence - Chinese population doubles to 31% in two decades
South Asian Growth – Population rises to 14% from 10% by 2031
The New Canada – One in four Canadians born elsewhere by 2031
Muslin population in Metro Vancouver will triple by 2031

Immigration fuels growth in visible minority population (Vancouver Sun, March 10, 2010)
Vancouver region will be home to two million non-Caucasians in 20 years

B.C. expected to lead growth country in 2010 growth (Global National News, March 9, 2010)
Olympic spinoffs and an improved outlook for forestry and manufacturing will make British Columbia the leader in economic growth among Canadian provinces in 2010 according to the Conference Board of Canada

More businesses expect to hire staff in coming months compared to ’09 (Vancouver Sun, March 9, 2010)
The number of employers looking to add workers is forecast to increase significantly this year

B.C. uses games to woo international students (Vancouver Sun, March 2, 2010)
International education is a booming multi-billion industry...

Growth prediction remains steady for B.C. in 2010 (Vancouver Sun, January 20, 2010)

Mines minister predicts 2010 resurgence (Vancouver Sun, January 19, 2010)

Firms’ confidence in economy growing, survey finds (Vancouver Sun, January 12, 2010)
Confidence in the economic recovery grew among Canadian companies

Employment data points to improving job market (Vancouver Sun, December 23, 2009)

2010 Outlook B.C.’s economy will be one of Canada’s strongest in 2010: report (Vancouver Sun, December 19, 2009)

Immigration Giving more hope to foreign professionals (Vancouver Sun, December 19, 2010)
Governments to fast-track credentials assessment process

Recovery Economy set to charge ahead this quarter (Vancouver Sun, December 18, 2009)

Oil sands outlook to rise in 2010 (Vancouver Sun, December 12, 2009)

The Economy Canada, U.S. job numbers point to firm recovery (Vancouver Sun, December 5, 2009)

Lumber touted as ‘oil of the next decade’ (Vancouver Sun, December 3, 2009)
New building codes in China allowing wood in construction open door for Canada’s forest industry

Province preparing for influx of foreign-educated professionals (Vancouver Sun, December 1, 2009)
Federal –provincial accord will mean fast-tracking of recognition

Mining CEO visit to pave way for better Canada-China relationship (Vancouver Sun, November 30, 2009)

Third quarter data expected to confirm end of recession (Vancouver Sun, November 30, 2009)

B.C. can build stronger economic base via tradable services (Vancouver Sun, November 21, 2009)
Tradable services represent an extremely diverse group of economic sectors, but we will focus on just four here: education; health; transportation and logistics and architecture and engineering

U.S. franchisors eye Canada for growth (Vancouver Sun, November 17, 2009
First stage of international expansion strategies

Provincial Outlook Economy to take the podium in 2010 (Vancouver Sun, November 13, 2009)
Rebounding U.S. housing starts, commodity boom, and Olympics set to boost B.C. growth

Recession Recovery B.C. business leaders see end to downturn (Vancouver Sun, November 11, 2009)

Economy B.C. a hotbed for small business: report (Vancouver Sun, October 20, 2009)
An economy that includes tourism, resources, construction and professional services is ideal for nurturing a small business sector

Skilled Workers Demand for trade crews will rise again (Vancouver Sun, October 20, 2009)
Recruitment opportunities are expected to improve as economists forecast a brighter future

Quality of Life Gibsons named most livable community under 20,000 (Vancouver Sun, October 14, 2009)
The Sunshine Coast town of Gibsons earned a gold award for livability from the United Nations

Economy B.C. shows biggest job gains in September (Vancouver Sun, October 10, 2009)
Increases came in manufacturing, trade, finance, real estate and health care

Good News on Canada’s Job Front (The Toronto Star, October 9, 2009)
Country’s unemployment rate falls to 8.4 per cent, first decline since recession

Economic Forecasting B.C. at forefront of small-business growth, report says (Vancouver Sun, October 6, 2009)

Canada ranks fourth in quality of life (Globe and Mail, October 5, 2009)
UN’s annual Human Development Index takes into account life expectancy, literacy, school enrolment and per capita gross domestic product in 182 countries

Job hunters prepare for recession’s end (Vancouver Sun, September 19, 2009)
Tourism and health among sectors set to lead the way out

Entrepreneurship is key to growing B.C.’s economy (Vancouver Sun, September 19, 2009)

Employment Jobs report signals B.C. ‘on the cusp of recovery’ (Vancouver Sun, September 5, 2009)
Province added a net 6,200 jobs in August

Economy halts slide at 10 months (Vancouver Sun, September 1, 2009)
Data confirms expert beliefs

Retail sales gain is latest sign of fading recession (Vancouver Sun, August 25, 2009)

The Big Drill B.C.’s natural gas sector is poised for an unprecedented boom (Vancouver Sun, August 22, 2010)

Employment Labour Market showing signs of stabilizing, expert says (Vancouver Sun, August 8, 2009)
The demographics that have created concerns about future personnel changes are still there and are unlikely to go away

The Economy Canada’s GDP to grow 2.7 per cent in 2010, Conference Board of Canada says (Vancouver Sun, July 31, 2009)

Temporary workers flock to Canada (Globe and Mail, July 22, 2009)
Canada is still bringing in temporary foreign workers at a near record pace despite the recession.

Bank of Canada surveys imply GDP surge coming: report (Financial Post, July 15, 2009)
Surprisingly positive results from two Bank of Canada business surveys would suggest the country is poised for a quarter or two of 10% growth, says a report released Wednesday from Merril Lynch Canada

The Economy Economic growth is on the way, two surveys say (Vancouver Sun, July 14, 2009)
Bank of Canada’s summer business outlook shows majority of businesses expect sales to rise

Skilled tradespeople still in high demand (Vancouver Sun, June 27, 2009)

Canada’s ethnic mix a ‘success’ (Globe and Mail, May 26, 2009)
Canada has an unprecedented track record around the world for its successful integration of immigrants says expert

Brian Edward Tadayoshi Tsuji
Canadian Immigration Lawyer
2800 Park Place
666 Burrard Street
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V6C 2Z7

Tel:(604) 643-6496 Fax:(604) 605-3596
Email: btsuji@davis.ca Website: http://www.davis.ca

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Brian Edward Tadayoshi Tsuji
Canadian Immigration Lawyer
2800 Park Place
666 Burrard Street
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, V6C 2Z7

Tel:(604) 643-6496 Fax:(604) 605-3596
Email: btsuji@davis.ca Website: http://www.davis.ca