energy sector: As the price of oil fell below 40 a barrel in 2015, it became increasingly to difficult to find a job not just in the once-booming oilpatch, but even outside the energy sector in Edmonton and Calgary, according to Toronto Star. Christian Karasira immigrated from Rwanda to Edmonton and found a job with Alberta Health Services. Armed with a degree in public policy, Azimi moved to Edmonton from Iran following in the footsteps of her sister, who settled here a decade ago. He praised the province's welcoming work culture. That was very difficult, she said, recalling her first few months in Edmonton. Kevin Tuong / For Star Metro Determined to stay in Alberta, Azimi doubled down on her efforts to find work. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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