To celebrate Canada History Week, UNHCR is bringing you four inspiring refugee stories of people who came to Canada before the year 1950.
Last fall, youth (high school students) from across Canada came together to discuss the issues facing refugees in Canada and globally.
Mohammed, a young Yemeni, arrived in Québec through Roxham Road searching for safety as he fled the world’s worst humanitarian disaster.
Ahead of the High-Level Segment on Statelessness, UNHCR Canda has released a new study that looks at the situation of stateless persons in Canada.
Despite being thousands of kilometres away, Somali refugee, Abdikadir, is studying at Canada’s York University while in Kenya’s Dadaab refugee camp .
Mo Amer speaks to UNHCR about his refugee past and humble beginnings in the world of comedy and how they forged the path to having his own Netflix special.
The recent boat disaster off Libya on the Mediterranean underscores once again the terrible urgency for restoring sea rescues.
Not only do refugees benefit from safety in Canada, they also embrace the opportunity to build a better life and contribute to the country’s economy.
Victoria city councillor Sharmarke Dubow wants to make his beautiful coastal city a more liveable place for everyone.
UNHCR Representative in Canada, Jean-Nicolas Beuze’s statement before the Senate Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology on 29 May 2019.