26.5% of British Columbians’ “mother tongue” is a non-official language, followed by Ontario (25.7%), Alberta (19.4%), and Quebec (12.3%). British Columbia has the highest percentage of language diversity of any Canadian province.
On November 17, Jorge Salazar, Manager of Fresh Voices, spoke to Global…Featured / News More Details
On December 5, 2016, over 200 young immigrants, refugees, and adult allies…Featured / News More Details
When a high school student in B.C. learns a new language, they get credit towards their graduation. Unless they’re a migrant student learning English.
Fresh Voices is campaigning to change the way the education system in British Columbia treats newcomer youth learning English. Ten percent of high school students in British Columbia are currently enrolled in English Language Learning (ELL) courses. All students are learning English, it’s just those in ELL that aren’t getting graduation credit.
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For the last five years, Fresh Voices has grown significantly as a…Featured / News More Details
As B.C. schools and communities prepare to accept approximately 1,000 young refugees…Featured / News More Details
10 years after arriving in Canada, immigrants still face poverty rates twice as high as Canadian-born people. It takes 20 years for the poverty rates of immigrants to equalize with the poverty rates of persons born in Canada.