Indigenous participants and newcomers use live storytelling, spoken word, dance and film to reflect on the differences and common ground of identity and belonging.
Fake lawyers often come from the same community as the victims and were lawyers in their home countries but not licensed here
Wish list includes financial support for vulnerable communities, such as low-middle income residents, refugees and international students
As the RCMP initiates race-based data collection, lingering trauma haunts immigrants with painful police memories
The collection of race-based data by the RCMP is said to be a “baby step” in a long journey towards harmonious relations between the police and the communities they serve
To be eligible, candidates must have a valid full-time, non-seasonal job offer from an approved employer operating within the appropriate industry.
More job opportunities in Canada may exacerbate the intergenerational cycle of working abroad and perpetuate the separation of Filipino families.
When deadlines matter: Newcomers hit with hefty penalty that costs them thousands in real estate deal
Two newcomers forced to pay a $15,000 penalty for not meeting payment deadlines in an Alberta house deal; broker advises buyers to never be complacent
Advocates, organizations, and locals met up to work on ways to make Vancouver more accessible to all.
Chief Allan Polchies Jr. of Sitansisk (St. Mary’s) First Nation embraces growing immigration, sees opportunities for cultural exchange and mutual growth
Hitting the housing wall: Newcomers navigate credit challenges with rental guarantee services, but they come with a price
It can take months to build a credit history in Canada and landlords may want assurances that a potential tenant can pay the rent.
Amid a booming Latin American population in Canada, this Halifax group is building community from the ground up
A non-profit is stepping up to help the now thousands of Latin Americans in Nova Scotia through sports tournaments, dance festivals, and other cultural events.
A motion calling for a ceasefire in Gaza was struck down, unlike a similar decision in support of Ukraine — a night at Niagara Regional Council
A councillor’s bid to call for a ceasefire and an increase in the number of Palestinians who could seek asylum in Canada was thwarted
The free program for runs for six weeks beginning in March.
Massive drop off after an initial surge involving thousands of applicants partially blamed on difficulties in Canada and greener pastures elsewhere