The Working Together Employment Program, a three year IRCC funded program provides on-the-job language training and support, has impacted the lives of these newcomers.
Settlement is a two-way street…we thank community members like the Damji’s who have stepped up to help create home
When affordable housing is scarce and competitive in Waterloo Region, it disproportionately affects newcomers. Read about how a Waterloo landlord is making a difference.
For many refugees, finally having the time and resources to attend to long ignored medical issues is their first priority. Lynne Griffiths-Fulton reflects on our healthcare system through a newcomer lens.
We are gaining momentum this fall by asking What moves YOU? Ride for Refuge Team Captain, Andreea Willson, reflects on her time as a refugee and her role as Life Skills Support Worker at Reception House.
The community meal host program recruits neighbours, service groups or others to bring and share a meal as a gesture of welcome.