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Immigration Partnership: Immigration and I Hope

immigration partnership: Sydney area residents were invited Wednesday to share their thoughts on what exactly is needed to retain newcomers, according to The Chronicle Herald. Cape Breton Local Immigration Partnership is leading the project as it looks to create an immigration strategy for the island. And for the negatives language barriers, lack of employment and limited resources and services. The federal initiative was launched last summer and is funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada. I hope to hear what the community's insights are in terms of how we welcome and include new folks and where we need to do more work, said Pedley. Kailea Pedley, partnership co-ordinator, said statistics show that only one in 50 people identify as being an immigrant in Cape Breton. ( As reported in the news.