Publisher's Note

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    The year just flew by, it ’s barely 45 days and we’re into 2019.  It is amazing that with the change of season, that’s how fast we can feel that the year is almost over.  We started getting snow here and there and yet we’re still in the fall season. Mid-October to early November was a [...]

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CBC Foot Products Proudly Serving Calgary, AB since 1982

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CUSTOM-MADE ORTHOTICS- ORTHOPEDIC SHOES- COMPRESSION HOSIERY

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Our story began in 1978, when Lance Colins, the founder of CBC Foot Products was introduced to custom-made orthotics.  After he studied orthotics under Dr. George Alznner, he immediately knew he had discovered his passion and focus.  With the full support of his loving wife, Cindey Colins, who he [...]


MP Shory: Goodbye to the Canadian Penny

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Calgary, AB – On February 4th, 2013 the Canadian Mint stopped distributing the penny. “Producing pennies was costing the taxpayer $11 million per year — money that could be better spent on services that are important to Canadians,” said MP Devinder Shory.
It costs 1.6 cents to produce each penny, which [...]


Canada welcomes largest number of parents and grandparents in almost twenty years

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Up to 35,000 parents and grandparents to be reunited with families
Mississauga, November 5, 2012 — After the first year of the Action Plan for Faster Family Reunification, major progress has been made in reuniting families more quickly and reducing the backlog of Parent and Grandparent ( PGP ) program applications, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister [...]


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Ottawa, August 24, 2012 — With historically high numbers of new immigrants arriving in Canada, the Government of Canada has introduced a number of significant reforms over the past year to strengthen the integrity and economic responsiveness of the immigration system.
“Our government has a plan for a faster, more flexible, [...]


Ministers Kenney and Fletcher celebrate Canada Day with new citizens

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News Release —
Gatineau, July 1, 2012 — Fifty-seven people became Canada’s newest citizens at a special ceremony at the Canadian Museum of Civilization today.
Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney marked the occasion by launching the newest audio version of the popular citizenship study guide, Discover Canada: the Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship. A number [...]


Get a mortgage solution that’s right for you

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Buying a home can be a very exciting time and everyone’s mortgage needs are different. That’s why it’s important to find the right mortgage solution – whether for your first home or your third home.  At Scotiabank, we provide so many attractive options it’s easy to find the one that’s right for you.
Down payment [...]


Reform of the Interim Federal Health Program ensures fairness, protects public health and safety

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Ottawa, April 25, 2012 — A federal program that provides health-care benefits to protected persons, refugee claimants and others is being reformed to ensure fairness for Canadian taxpayers while emphasizing the need to protect public health and safety, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced today.
““Our Government’s objective is to bring about transformational changes [...]


Parent and Grandparent Super Visa a great success

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Super Visa approval rate now at 83 percent
Ottawa, May 18, 2012 – More than 3,500 Parent and Grandparent Super Visa applications have now been approved since the Super Visa was introduced on December 1, 2011, with an overall approval rate of 83 percent, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced today.
“The Parent and Grandparent [...]


Minister Kenney commends CBSA for immigration fraud investigation

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Ottawa, May 18, 2012 — Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney offered his appreciation today to the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) for their ongoing efforts to investigate fraud in Canada’s immigration system.
The CBSA has issued two warrants for the arrest of a Halifax, Nova Scotia, immigration consultant and two of his employees for [...]


Minister Kenney proposes to assess foreign education credentials before skilled workers arrive

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Ottawa, March 28, 2012 – Canada is proposing a major change to how foreign skilled workers’ education credentials are assessed, Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney announced today.
The proposed new requirement would mean that applicants wanting to immigrate as Federal Skilled Workers would have their foreign education credentials assessed and verified by designated organizations [...]


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