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April 29

Canadian Muslims have an overwhelmingly strong sense of pride in Canada despite facing higher levels of discrimination than experienced by the general population, according to...

April 27

In March of 2016, the Surrey LIP and City's HR Department have partnered to organize and deliver two training sessions to provide an update on the arrival of Syrian refugees to...

April 26

When it comes to starting a new life in Canada, some Syrian refugees are luckier than others.

When Amjad Ktifan and his family moved out of the Surrey hotel that had...

April 25

High housing prices have meant Syrian refugees in Metro Vancouver have had a harder time finding permanent housing than those who were settled elsewhere in Canada, with some...

April 21

New Democrat MP for Vancouver-East Jenny Kwan is calling on the federal government to repeal a law brought in by the Conservatives four years ago to crack down on fraudulent...

April 20

True Colours of Surrey Project is an anti-discrimination initiative funded by the Province of British Columbia to better understand racial discrimination issues in Surrey,...

April 20

ISSofBC received $500,000 from the Province of British Columbia to create a Refugee Readiness Hub and training model of the service providers serving refugees in B.C.

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April 19

Immigration Minister John McCallum says he has ordered a three-part investigation into the practice of immigration consultants charging Syrian refugees thousands of dollars to...

April 14

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) has funded a new program at CARE Centre for Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) to help immigrating nurses get a head...

April 6

Imagine arriving in a brand new country with little more than the clothes on your back and no understanding of an unfamiliar language, culture and climate. Compounding the...

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