A year after fleeing Kyiv with her daughter and mother, Anna Gutta-Ustymenko is working full time to help other immigrants settle, as
Former Vietnamese refugee has this advice for new Canadians: Embrace the culture, enjoy the freedoms
Le Farris' harrowing journey from Saigon to Canada is a testament to the bravery of her parents and the resilience of refugees.
Some questions remain on how the government will roll out its promises to prioritize their applications and allow free visa extensions.
Iraqi immigrant depicts horrors of war, refugee childhood through striking exhibition in Burnaby B.C.
Harem Jamal spent his childhood years in refugee camps. Now he uses art to process the trauma.
Refugees continue to seek justice, even in their adopted countries.
New initiative looks at how some of Canada's biggest employers can play a key role in expediting refugees' integration.
After facing hurdles during his journey to Canada, Toronto-based writer says he regrets coming here.
Fascinated with the dance when he first saw it in Toronto's Chinatown, Lat Yip went on to become master of the art
Even in exile, Salman Haider has continued using social media to oppose blasphemy laws in Pakistan and advocate for human rights.
What does it mean for refugees who leave behind their homes, family and friends to seek asylum and build a new life