Experts say that the settlement services' funding model hasn't evolved with the changes made to Canada's immigration system.
Experts believe that newcomers and refugees are handling the historically high inflation in a precarious way, compared to settled immigrants.
Human capital potential of immigrants is not being fully or effectively utilized in the Canadian economy, says new study.
Short-term funding agreements and strict guidelines around how the funds may be used are hampering efforts by settlement agencies to help integrate
Local Journalism Initiative reporter Amrita Roy Chowdhury Majumdar explores a new approach in Halton to helping new Canadians overcome misconceptions about emergency
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated a shift to a blended model of service delivery by settlement agencies, which have been forced to
The good news announcement was a long time coming. As someone who’s been involved in immigration initiatives in North Bay and throughout
One year after Canada first resettled 25,000 Syrian refugees into Canadian communities — a number that has since grown to 40,000 —
When it comes to technology use, immigrants to Canada are well ahead of settlement agencies. It’s a reality the sector needs to
Justin Trudeau and the Liberal party’s promise to bring 25,000 refugees to Canada by year-end was commended by refugee advocates during the