We do public engagement, research, and partnership work to improve the experience of newcomer youth in B.C. As young people, we make sure people like us are heard on the issues that affect our lives.
Sixteen key recommendations emerged from a series of dialogues and workshops with other immigrant and refugee youth and their allies. Find out more about these recommendations, and the download the full report.More Details
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.