Inclusion and diversity stressed in GBLIP report

“Immigration is not just a nice thing to think about; it will be essential for rural Ontario,” said
County Coun. Kenneth Craig, Kincardine. Bruce County council’s executive committee heard a presentation on the Grey Bruce Local Immigration Partnership (GBLIP) year three review, on Oct. 19. Deepikaa Gupta, local immigration partnership manager, presented the report and answered questions from council. (By Pauline Kerr)

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