On the third anniversary of the plane catastrophe, the Iranian diaspora still hold out hope to find justice.
Three women from Afghanistan share their vision of returning the right to education to women living under the Taliban.
Though there is a current program focusing on privately sponsored refugees, advocates say it is inadequate for the unfolding humanitarian crisis
Canada's anti-terrorism laws is making it difficult to get much-needed humanitarian aid to Afghanistan
After facing hurdles during his journey to Canada, Toronto-based writer says he regrets coming here.
For some Muslim newcomers in Winnipeg, Eid al-Fitr celebrations were much different this year.
Canada has garnered worldwide recognition and praise for its swift, unfettered response to help Ukrainians. But it should be a “level playing
The call comes as Calgary, Vancouver and Kelowna prepare to receive 98 Afghan Sikh and Hindu refugee families this month after a
Canadian support for welcoming in a limited number of Syrians was approximately half of the support now for bringing in an unlimited
While Canada's aid to Ukrainian refugees is applauded, critics are calling out the government for its obvious differential treatment of refugees based