Little free libraries are a great tool for newcomers to integrate with Canadian society. Due to the pandemic, they are becoming even handier.View More Little Libraries, Big Deal for Newcomers
Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni says the immigration experience helped make her the award-winning and best-selling Indian-American writer she is today. Her immigration story — which she calls “strong” and “powerful” — along with those of other…View More Hopes, Challenges of Immigration Reflected on Stage
A new novel reflects on the experiences of Filipino Canadians through the story of one family, and aims to inspire newcomers to achieve their dreams. Eleanor Guerrero-Campbell’s novel, Stumbling Through Paradise: A Feast of Mercy…View More Story of Filipino Family Hits Home for Immigrants
The room was abuzz with the energy and excitement of a university alumni reunion, as approximately 100 people packed Octopus bookstore in downtown Ottawa for the launch of Resilience and Triumph: Immigrant Women Tell Their…View More Immigrant Women Speak Loudly in Resilience and Triumph
Ever since Muslims began settling in the Canadian prairies, they’ve built bridges with their new community while maintaining their ties with their traditional culture. A devoted Muslim couple who moved to Regina, Saskatchewan in the…View More Documenting Muslim History in Saskatchewan
A new book on multiculturalism provides an in-depth snapshot of where we are now as a country, while also looking in the rear-view mirror to trace the path we have travelled. Multiculturalism in Canada: Evidence…View More A Current Snapshot of Canadian Multiculturalism
In Tell Everyone: How the Stories We Share Shape What We Know and Why It Matters, author Alfred Hermida explores how social media has the potential to be revolutionary in all aspects of our lives,…View More Tell Everyone: A Sharing Renaissance?