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Youth Engagement in Ethnocultural Organizations in Winnipeg
This report supplements a previous report, "Ethnocultural Community Organizations in Winnipeg: A Legacy Document", that was written in 2018. Collectively, the two documents explore the role of ethnocultural community groups ...
Exploring belonging: Experiences of refugee children and families in Camp Cosmos
Camp Cosmos was founded in 1971 in Montreal to provide children from diverse social, economic and cultural backgrounds with a safe and fun environment to play, learn and grow. The summer camp is grounded on an anti-oppression ...
Youth Newcomers’ Educational Resistance
Refugees who come to Canada have a relatively lower level of education when compared to the independent immigrants. Among all newcomers to Canada, refugee youth have the lowest educational attainment. Often, educational ...
Immigrant and Refugee Settlement in Canada: Trends in Federal Funding
This report is the product of a collaboration between the University of Alberta, the Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers (EMCN) and the Alberta Association of Immigrant Serving Agencies (AAISA). It is a comparative ...
The Impacts of Literacy and Numeracy on Earnings: Do Admission Categories Matter?
We explore differences in literacy and numeracy skills, and the economic returns to these skills for immigrants to Canada in different admission classes, and their Canadian-born counterparts. Respondents are categorized ...
Refugee Youth in Western Canadian Cities: Perceptions of, Identification with, and Attachment to Canada
The central purpose of this research project is to shed light on the perceptions of, identification with, and affinity to Canada among refugee youth based on an online survey involving a non-randomized sample of self-selected ...