By Braeden Jones, for Metro News
‘WSO has been working with the Manitoba Association of Newcomer Serving Organizations to get the word out about the concert.’ Click on the link for full article.
The Syrian refugee family of four arrived on Thursday after receiving sponsorship and help from the South Osborne Syrian Refugee Initiative (SOSRI), a group of about 200 volunteers. Click on the link for full article.
By Dan Lett, for Winnipeg Free Press
This is an opinion piece. Click on the link for full article.
By Joe Friesen, for The Globe and Mail
Joe Friesen crunches the numbers to paint a clearer picture of the new lives of Syrian Refugees in Canada, and the challenges that lie ahead for them. Click on the link for full article.
By Jill Bucklaschuk
On November 22, 2016, Dr. Jill Bucklaschuk presented her research on ‘The IRCOM Model: Housing and wrap – around supports for Newcomers in Winnipeg.’ Click on the link for full article and read about her full report here.
By Lorraine Stevenson, for Manitoba Co-operator
Rural development Institute-Brandon University carried our research in five regions of Manitoba where they examined small-town capacity to settle newcomers. This research was funded by Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) through MANSO. Vicki Sinclair – Executive Director at MANSO feels that this research will help with supporting regional settlement service providers and help us in understanding the strength and gaps in our settlement capacity. Click on the link for full article.
By Sarah Plowman, for CTV Winnipeg
As month 13 is nearing, Syrian refugees who arrived in Canada last November are preparing for transitioning from federal government funding after 12 months of financial support. Click on the link for full article and video.
Premier Brian Pallister promised to fast-track an immigration program in a bid to increase the number of skilled workers in Manitoba. Click on the link for full article.
Produced by Adam Loften, Mary Fowles, and Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee of Go Project Films.
Author: Nadine Ajaka, for the Atlantic.
This is a short video featuring Mohammed Alsaleh born in Hasakeh, Syria on his life in Syria and new life in Canada. His new life in Vancouver includes assisting newly-arrived Syrian refugee families resettle, find new homes, and begin again. Click on the link for full video.
By Stefanie Lasuik, for CBC News.
IRCOM staff – Mandela Kuet is speaking about the challenges facing refugees such as isolation and language barriers that makes life hard for newcomer kids pushing some into gangs. Click on the link for full article.