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Fear and anticipation in Canada over the Egyptian elections
Jan 24th, 2012
Egyptian-Canadians in Vancouver rally to voice discontent.
Vancouver's homeless refugees stuck in limbo
Nov 24th, 2011
Jarvis, a well-groomed soft spoken man in his late 30’s, sits in the lobby of the Inland Refugee Society in downtown Vancouver. After fleeing death threats in his home country of South Africa in...
Highly educated female immigrants say Canada isn't on their side
Jun 18th, 2011
Jayashree Shrivastava, a 38-year-old environmental scientist from India, says if she could start over, she'd go south of the border. “I'm telliing people from India who want to immigrate to try the U...
After the Egyptian revolution: fears of crime and religious extremism
May 24th, 2011
Vancouver's Egyptian community met at Kerrisdale Arena to ask the question: Where do we go from here? Their answers, in the wake of the revolution, were a mixture of pride and fear.
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