Category Archives: Family

  1. Precarious Migration in Canada and the ‘Ideal Migrant’

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    October 14, 2014 by ceris

    As in many industrialized nations, immigration policy in Canada has increasingly been showing a strong preference for the permanent settlement …
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  2. Recommendations to Facilitate the Post-Secondary Pathways of Filipino Youth

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    August 14, 2014 by ceris

    “Despite being the most educated group in the first generation, Filipino youth go through university in fewer numbers, and in …
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  3. Bridging the Gap: Newcomer Access to City Services

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    January 29, 2014 by ceris

    Among the many issues facing newcomers today, the lack of child care, inaccessible quality and affordable housing, and barriers to …
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  4. Settlement Service Work as a Second Occupation for Immigrant Professionals

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    January 8, 2014 by ceris

    “I know from my own experience what people go through as newcomers. While fighting for successful immigrant integration, I am …
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  5. Immigrant families are living in poverty in spite of working hard

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    August 14, 2013 by ceris

    Access Alliance recently released a new report titled Where are the Good Jobs? Ten stories of ‘working rough, living poor.’ …
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  6. Pregnant Women: How will Changes to Refugee Health Coverage Affect Them?

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    February 7, 2013 by Ceris Ontario

    In 2012 the Federal Government of Canada announced changes to the Interim Federal Health Program (IFHP) for the first time …
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