By Mark Chapman
Syrian refugees are in the news but Canadian churches have been developing relationships with immigrants since immigrants first arrived on the shores... more
by James Watson and Mark Chapman
How Churches are Ministering to ImmigrantsThe Bible is pretty clear about the church’s responsibility to “strangers.” Recent research in Toronto... more
by Rich Janzen, Alethea Stobbe, Mark Chapman, and James Watson
Abstract:This article discusses the role of Canadian Christian churches in immigrant settlement and integration and discusses implications for the... more
This joint report is a brief summary of some of the major developments in federal policy and practice as they impact on immigrant and refugee women... more
Established in 1976, AWIC has a long history of serving newcomers, primarily the South Asian Community in and around North York, Ontario, Canada.... more
Enhancing Policy Through Research
Metropolis is an international network for comparative research and public policy development on migration, diversity and immigrant integration in... more
Welcome Home is located at 260 King Street East, Kitchener, ON, N2G 2L1, Canada. The phone numbers for the office and house are 519-568-8696 and 519... more
 Romero House is located at 1558 Bloor Street West, Toronto, M6P 1A4, Canada; 416-763-1303; . The home provides housing for... more
Micah House is located in Hamilton at an undisclosed address. The phone numbers of the office and home are 905-296-4387 and 905-296-488. The mailing... more
Matthew House (Fort Erie) is located at 183 Central Avenue, Fort Erie, ON, L2A 3S8, Canada; 905-871-6059. It is a first place of welcome for refugees... more


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