November 23, 2017
By Will Sloan
Newcomer Students’ Association of Ryerson holds first annual Immigrant, Refugee and International Students Conference. Distinguished Visiting Professors Haroon Siddiqui and Olivia Chow will deliver keynote addresses at NSAR’s Immigrant, Refugee and International Students Conference.
1st Annual International and Newcomer Students' Dinner
December 9th, 2016
Integrating Our Voices: Centring Stories of Migration
November 25th, 2017
Articles - Interviews:
August 09, 2018
By: Will Sloan
The first day of school always feels a little scary. When you’re a mature student and a newcomer to Canada, that feeling can turn into isolation.
June 28, 2018
Canada prides itself on being an ethnically diverse and a multicultural nation that embraces people of every race, religion and culture. It has presented itself as a cultural mosaic
Celebrating Our Voices - an International Women's Day Event
March 19th, 2017
2nd Annual International and Newcomer Students' Dinner
December 8th, 2017
Here she has turned her attention to supporting refugees and newcomers in Canada. “I have encountered various challenges and barriers that newcomers typically face when trying to access education and employment, and relocating to a different culture”
October 18, 2018
By: Will Sloan
In Canada, 125 Indigenous communities are under boil-water advisories, and many are also on contaminated land. When Canada’s first communities live in abject conditions, how does this impact Canada’s newest?
Fundraising Event for Newcomer Students' Scholarship
November 24th, 2017
November 29, 2017 3:00 pm
By Nikhil Sharma
"...When founder and president of the Newcomer Students’ Association of Ryerson, Sara Asalya, immigrated to Toronto with her family from Gaza about six years ago, pay phones quickly became a critical way of communication...."
New Canadian Media - Going Back To School: My Story as an adult immigrant student
2ND Annual Integrating Our voices: Centring Stories of Migration Conference
Oct 1st & 2nd
Aired November 27, 2017
Produced by Emily Joveski, Mick Sweetman, Scott McLean, Chelsey Gould, Sanjeev Wignarahjah.
This week, we report from a conference over the weekend that brought out some big names for discussions surrounding international communities in Canada. We grumble with internet-famous pugs in Trinity Bellwoods. And check-in with the Moss Park Overdose Prevention site as it heads into the winter months.
January 2nd, 2018 20:34
Newcomers to Canada face numerous challenges from the moment they land; most significantly managing their finances and successfully transitioning within their respective careers. In the majority of cases, acquiring a Canadian education or certification can be the only pathway to enter the local job market.