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The unique family dynamic: children ‘language brokering’ for their immigrant parents

When children move to Canada with their parents who don't speak English, they are often required to act as interpreters, both in language and culture.

Photo Gallery: Toronto Kurdish community celebrates 15th annual cultural festival

Kurdish community came together on Sunday to welcome new members to Canadian society and share their culture. The post Photo Gallery: Toronto Kurdish community celebrates 15th annual cultural festival appeared first on New Canadian Media .

An Afghan woman’s struggle to come to Canada

One year after the Taliban took over Kabul, Afghan woman tells her story of how she got out of Afghanistan and what was left behind The post An Afghan woman’s struggle to come to Canada appeared first on New Canadian Media .

Fleeing Uganda for Canada: A successful refugee story

Many Asians expelled by Idi Amin from Uganda 50 years ago have thrived in Canada. The post Fleeing Uganda for Canada: A successful refugee story appeared first on New Canadian Media .

Health Coalition to Ontario: Don’t reimpose crippling health care fees on 500,000 uninsured

The move would affect about half a million Ontarians, many of them immigrants The post Health Coalition to Ontario: Don’t reimpose crippling health care fees on 500,000 uninsured appeared first on New Canadian Media .

Non-profits play a defining role in the immigrant experience

President and CEO of Imagine Canada, Bruce MacDonald, comments on the role the non-profit sector plays in employing immigrants. The post Non-profits play a defining role in the immigrant experience appeared first on New Canadian Media .

Toronto’s Caribbean Carnival returns after two-year hiatus

How first and second-generation Caribbean Canadians are reclaiming their roots and adding to a long legacy of Caribbean Carnival. The post Toronto’s Caribbean Carnival returns after two-year hiatus appeared first on New Canadian Media .

Organ donations remain a hard sell among some groups

Immigrants' diverse culture and traditions surrounding death could be impacting organ donations and cadaver supply. The post Organ donations remain a hard sell among some groups appeared first on New Canadian Media .

A new diaspora: Immigrants and the vast demographic shift in rural Ontario

Many immigrant families in Ontario are moving out of heavy populated urban areas for smaller cities and rural communities. One of those towns is Bradford.

Nowhere to call home for her and her children: Canada and the hopes of a Syrian refugee

Diyala Sulaiman, a 25-year-old Syrian woman, dreams of leaving the Iraqi refugee camp that she and her children have lived in for the past six years.