YWCA Metro Vancouver launched a program focused on helping refugee women with their resettlement process in the Lower Mainland.View More Program Helps Refugee Women Resettle in British Columbia
A group of Vancouver-based university students have taken it upon themselves to improve the lot of classmates who are refugees in Canada. Administrators are often ignorant about their particular challenges.View More Varsities Shortchange Refugee Students
The Greater Vancouver Japanese Association is one of many Canadian organizations joining a new coalition to combat anti-Asian racism.View More Canadian Organizations, Community Groups Join Coalition Amid Spike in Anti-Asian Racism
Reaching out to people of colour requires some creativity because immigrant students are often trying to survive in a new countryView More POC in Tech industry: What makes applicants look at job postings and decide they don’t fit?
White Helmets, known officially as the Syria Civil Defense, is a formal emergency response team of civilian volunteers and an apolitical organizationView More White Helmets in Vancouver
Karate practitioners from Saskatchewan and Quebec came to B.C. recently to compete at the Sato Cup Invitational Karate Tournament on Nov. 14. Some competitors traveled from outside the country to test their skills. They came from places…View More Sato Cup Showcases Growth of Karate in B.C.
An advocate for Vancouver’s Chinatown has started a petition against rezoning a central block in the district because she says it would cost the site its heritage designation and distinct character. Nicole So, a graduate…View More Vancouver Residents Fight for Culture in Chinatown
During the 2015 election campaign, one issue remained imminent for many Canadians: how will the newly elected government improve the economy? But, a question less pondered, of interest to many immigrant communities is how will…View More How Parties Aim to Address Economic Inequality
Hidden behind red solid pillars in a tranquil space nestled on the edge Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside, a new exhibition at the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Vancouver explores how artists move past the voids in…View More Art Exhibit Explores Loss and Language
One outreach worker is creating a bilingual volunteer program because there’s not enough support for Chinese seniors, especially those in Vancouver’s Chinatown. Chanel Ly, a 23-year-old outreach worker who is part of the Downtown Eastside…View More Youth Volunteers Support Chinatown Seniors