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January 29

Some Canadians may not be sure on what date their country came into existence and may be sketchy about the opening lines of their national anthem, but a new poll suggests that...

January 28

Canadian immigrants could earn up to $17 billion more each year if their education and skills were fully recognized, suggests a new report by the Conference Board of Canada....

January 28

Newcomers to Winnipeg are meeting with indigenous people Thursday night to break down stereotypes immigrants and refugees might have about indigenous peoples.

"Newcomers...

January 27

A Syrian refugee, who fled her war-torn country more than three years ago, is now helping the latest round of refugees adjust to living in Canada.

Layla Rahmeh said on ...

January 26

The people in charge of resettling refugees in Toronto have requested a temporary pause in the flow of Syrian refugees because of the lack of available temporary and permanent...

January 21

Syrian families are already starting to settle into BC but people in the lower mainland are still trying to figuring how to help. About 300 people attended a community forum in...

January 21

The first letter, dated Dec. 1, arrived before Christmas, while the second came just after the holiday. Both were from the government. Zouvik Baghjajian had been living in...

January 21

At least 200 people showed up at the gymnasium of Fleetwood Park Secondary school in Surrey tonight for a community forum on Syrian refugees.

Many Surrey residents say...

January 20

A Surrey grocery store chain owner is providing Syrian refugees with free groceries, inspired by an elderly lady’s generosity to his family 40 years ago.

Fruiticana...

January 20

The Overwaitea Food Group has partnered with UFCW Local 1518 to offer up to ten scholarships valued at $1000 each to individuals who have played a significant role in diversity...

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