By Kathy Parson, CBC News | Five Syrian refugee families new to Nova Scotia got a taste of Canadian camping culture at Kejimkujik National Park this past weekend. For some of the families, it was their first camping trip ever. They joined Canadians and immigrants from other countries for the overnight expedition.
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By Sarah Berman, Vice | Danny Ramadan knows that a lot can change in a year.
By Stephanie Ip, Vancouver Sun | Lilian To once left a family vacation in Los Angeles in order to fly back to Vancouver to attend a one-day S.U.C.C.E.S.S. board meeting. “And then flew back to join us at the parade, where the fireworks are and Mickey Mouse is,” said To’s son Daniel. “That was the … Continued
By Hu Shengqiao, Women of China | Mandarin has replaced Cantonese as the top immigrant language commonly spoken by the largest visible minority groups in Vancouver, Canada, according to a recent report from the Global Chinese Broadcasting Cooperation Network.