Five months ago, Yellowknife welcomed the Alhajy family to the community, the first Syrian refugee family to arrive in the territory’s capital since the war began over five years ago.
The Refugee Sponsorship Training Program is putting on the workshops in the city, providing information and discussion about Canada’s Private Refugee Sponsorship Program.
The sessions will tackle the application process and expected timelines that come with it, what resources are available in Yellowknife, and what happens when the sponsorship period is over.
The sessions will take place Friday night at 6 p.m. and 10 a.m. Saturday morning at the Yellowknife United Church.
Sep 26, 2020Bangladesh will bring the unresolved Rohingya crisis before the global leaders today (Saturday) apparently reminding everybody of the failure to find a durable solution to the crisis amid Myanmar’s non-fulfilment of repatriation pledge, officials said, reports UNB. Bangladesh will also seek genuine efforts from the global community to help Rohingyas return to their place of […]