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Karen Dosanjh’s book, Untold Stories: The South Asian Pioneer Experience in BC, was released earlier this year, and details the struggles and successes of the province’s earliest South Asian immigrants. (Contributed photo)

White Rock author’s book tells stories of B.C.’s South Asian pioneers

‘These stories belong to the community’ says Karen Dosanjh

 

Tima Kurdi, touches a photo of her nephews Alan, left, and Ghalib Kurdi while speaking to the media outside her home in Coquitlam, B.C., on Thursday September 3, 2015. Alan, his older brother Ghalib and their mother Rehan died as they tried to reach Europe from Syria. The uncle of the three-year-old Syrian boy whose lifeless body has put a devastating human face on the Syrian refugee crisis has assailed Canada’s refugee process. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

Canada is the most migrant friendly country in the world, according to Gallup

This is Gallup’s second administration of its Migrant Acceptance Index.

 

Archway Community Services in Abbotsford. (Photo courtesy of Archway)

Virtual Career Panel discusses job challenges faced by newcomers

Archway Community Services in Abbotsford participates in event on July 16

  • Jul 12, 2020

 

Students in the Archway Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada program, with teacher Jas Randhawa (left), have adapted to online learning during the pandemic. (Submitted photo)

Archway English classes for newscomers go online during pandemic

70 per cent of students joined remote and virtual classrooms in Abbotsford

  • Jun 26, 2020
Students in the Archway Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada program, with teacher Jas Randhawa (left), have adapted to online learning during the pandemic. (Submitted photo)
(Black Press Media file photo)

B.C. immigrant group to launch legal clinics for newcomers

The society will use the money to hire lawyers and legal staff for no cost to its clients.

(Black Press Media file photo)