Lived experience of settlement service workers is crucial to understanding young newcomers.

Pandemic limits Saskatchewan students’ access to settlement services

The lived experience of racialized settlement workers who’ve dealt with discrimination is a key aspect of the help they provide young newcomers, many of whom experienced more discrimination during the pandemic.

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Study Points to Gaps in Settlement Services for Newcomers

Despite receiving nearly a billion dollars in taxpayer funding, settlement services designed to help all newcomers remain a well-kept-secret, with the government appearing to favour quantity over quality, Reedah Hayder reports.

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‘We Can’t Take Immigrants for Granted’: Minister

The federal government is foreshadowing a major overhaul of the immigration intake system so that it does not pit low-skilled workers against highly qualified applicants, reports Local Journalism Initiative reporter, Fernando Arce.

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Canadian Sports History Not Naïve of Exclusion

Sports has the ability to unite Canada, show the recently released findings of an Association for Canadian Studies survey. “A majority of Canadians agree that sports break down linguistic and cultural barriers to unite people,” the report…

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