Immigration News

Researcher Exploring Health Care Challenges for Senior Immigrants!

Researcher Exploring Health Care Challenges for Senior Immigrants!

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

11 Jun 2016 by Ashley Martin Leader-Post    Somayeh Faghanipour is a young woman, but she is an immigrant. That gives her some context for her PhD research into immigrant seniors’ access to health care.    Somayeh Faghanipour of the University of Toronto is exploring challenges faced by new...


SOPA (Settlement Online Pre-Arrival) Information Video! SOPA Services Are Free!

SOPA (Settlement Online Pre-Arrival) Information Video! SOPA Services Are Free!

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

The Saskatchewan SOPA team is excited to share the new Settlement Online Pre-Arrival (SOPA) promotional video! This video features two clients sharing their stories of the positive impact SOPA courses made in their job search and Canadian workplace integration.     The video is available...


MCC - Making a Difference Around the World!

MCC - Making a Difference Around the World!

Posted in Children / Community Programs / Families / Immigration News / Youth

MCC helps in various ways - at home and around the world!  From the article March 23, 2016 by Esther Epp-Tiessen  Words are important in the work of advocacy. MCC photo/Mark Tymm  Did you know that one of the ways MCC works at relief, development and peace is through advocacy to...


SOPA!  Settlement Online Pre-Arrival!  In Regina!

SOPA! Settlement Online Pre-Arrival! In Regina!

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

Moving to Saskatchewan, one of Canada’s prairie provinces, can be challenging and full of surprises! Many newcomers will describe settlement and integration as a difficult task regardless of where you’re moving to or moving from.   To simplify the immigration process Regina Open...


U of R Researchers to Study Refugee Resilience, Success

U of R Researchers to Study Refugee Resilience, Success

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

10 Feb 2016  Leader-Post  by Natascia Lypny  University of Regina researchers are examining what makes refugees successful in the Queen City. The project will involve interviews with the heads of 10 to 20 refugee families who have been in Canada for at least five years. It will focus on the...


Avoiding Immigration Fraud!

Avoiding Immigration Fraud!

Posted in Community Programs / Immigration News

Two People Charged with Immigration Fraud in Canada  - by Canada Immigration News    After this week’s news that two people are facing seven charges each for allegedly acting as unauthorized immigration consultants and committing fraud in Regina, Saskatchewan, individuals are being...