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Life imitated art when Trump's travel ban created challenges for Toronto director Stephen Dunn's episode of the Apple TV+ series Read more

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Samuel Engelking

LGBTQ asylum seekers persevere in the face of legal aid cuts in Ontario that are making a tough situation even worse Read more


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In his latest documentary, the Chinese artist and activist captures the political and psychological warfare that's being waged on refugees seeking safety in Europe Read more

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Zeina Alsibai

A new photo exhibit in partnership with the Aga Khan Museum showcases sustainability through the lens of new-to-Canada immigrants and refugees. Read more

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Sponsored feature: presented by The 519 Read more


The event connects big companies like Apple, Indigo/Chapters and TD Bank with trans and gender non-conforming jobseekers Read more

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The app combines aspirations with job experience to build real, attainable career paths for new Canadians Read more

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Stories written by and for refugee and immigrant women help open a discussion on sexual harassment, assault and rape Read more


Whether they’re immigrants or refugees, they can change Canada in good ways Read more




Legal Aid funds three refugee law clinics: one in Toronto, Hamilton and Ottawa. Read more


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“They made me feel like this is my second home,” says Syrian newcomer Zouvik Baghjajian. “And they helped me to take a step into the future." Read more


Movie, presented by Mosaic Institute, sheds light on the refugee experience Read more

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Roof for Refugees Canada wants Toronto residents to consider renting out spare rooms or houses to Syrian refugees Read more


Toronto non-profit lifts at-risk LGBTQ people out of danger to countries where they can live openly. “It’s hard to actually plan a life when you don’t know what’s going to happen to you.” Read more

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Maya Arulpragasam is determined to use her pop star status to change the way people think about refugees, question the rules of cultural appropriation and challenge digital colonialism Read more


With Palme d’or-winning film Dheepan – about a Tamil refugee’s struggle in Paris – opening in Toronto on May 13, its star and ­the city's Tamils speak openly about their experiences in their home ­country and adopted city Read more

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The west-end food haunt opens its kitchen to newly arrived Syrian refugees holed up in hotel rooms Read more

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Organizers of an on online fundraiser plan to publish a free Welcome to Toronto colouring book in February Read more


I'm also a Governor General's Award winner because of the kindness shown my family by Canadians like "Ong Bob" Read more