Join Busola Boyle-Komolafe, Paola van Cappellen, Robin Yap, Arundati Dandapani, CAIP for a discussion on Monday, 20th June, 2022. Hear examples, stories and steps researchers took to integrate society as they relate with newcomers…
On the fifth year anniversary of this platform, long-time contributors Vivian and Babatunde discussed their views of the platform. How did the hopes and expectations of people change over time?
Guido Varela Delgado writes about his hopes of transferring his entrepreneurial and professional successes in Ecuador to his new life when he moves to Canada.
Check out some highlights from AAPOR’s 76th Annual Conference featuring insights on COVID-19 impact on key sections of society.
Prisca Bejjani writes about extreme challenges faced by immigrant women and children in border-crossings between Central America and the US.
Urbanization has often been at the root of many ills including most recently COVID-19. What kind of migration movements have happened in the wake of urbanization in Nigeria? Busola Akin-Olawore paints a picture of the choices facing Nigerian immigrants when they move to Canada.
How does the new immigrant experience parallel life in the “new” normal of COVID-19’s outbreak? Dr. Luciara Nardon makes interesting comparisons about coping in the pandemic.
How did one newcomer land over thirty job interviews within just two months of landing in Canada? And what lessons does he have for others in the same boat?
A first of its kind event series aims to bridge the gap between post-legalization cannabis in Canada and Canada’s newcomers, enabling the education of plant science, exploration of brand opportunities, and discussion of attitudes and beliefs that shape the culture of cannabis today.