“I am proud of my daughter for supporting herself here but I cannot become a burden for her.”
A study of 500 new immigrants found social media is a useful, but tricky tool to navigate for newcomers.
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.
End-of-year assessment provides a snapshot of hurdles newcomers face accessing employment, housing and mental health resources in Manitoba.
An outdated funding model means many rural areas are lacking the proper supports and programs that could help mitigate their isolation.
Settlement services are prioritizing ways for clients to creatively express and share their own stories.
With more immigrants settling in and around rural Canada, settlement agencies that are relatively new in those regions have been limited
Even with a record-setting 405,000 new immigrants into the country in 2021, the pandemic has highlighted not only how crucial immigrants are
The lived experience of racialized settlement workers who've dealt with discrimination is a key aspect of the help they provide young newcomers,