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Refugees in Canada: Whether you’re an asylum seeker or a refugee, tell us your story. It could be featured in Radio Canada International’s upcoming web project: Refugees in Canada. For our next feature web project, we turn our spotlight on refugees in Canada.

For our next feature web project, we turn our spotlight on refugees in Canada.

If you’ve applied for asylum or if you’re a refugee, tell us your story. What country are you from? Why did you leave? How did you arrive in Canada?

Tell us about the process of obtaining refugee status in Canada, how you established your new life in the country and where you are today.

Your stories will be published on Radio Canada International’s website. Your email address won’t appear and you can use a pseudonym when you publish your comments.

Submitted stories will not be edited. The content is the responsibility of the authors and cannot be attributed to Radio Canada International

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3 comments on “Refugees in Canada: Whether you’re an asylum seeker or a refugee, tell us your story. It could be featured in Radio Canada International’s upcoming web project: Refugees in Canada. For our next feature web project, we turn our spotlight on refugees in Canada.
  1. Maeve damico says:

    In 2007 I received an ‘Artist in the Community’ Canada Council Grant, enabling me to work with five Immigrant women, two from Colombia, one Congo, one from China and one from the Middle East. From our work together, developing language and their personal stories, we created a One Act Play ‘Journeys’, that was performed by the women publicly. I have since gone on to further develop the play based on these stories and experiences of the women and to give public readings myself for various audiences i.e. Amnesty International. The women’s names have been changed to respect their privacy. At a reading I gave last evening, one of the audience members gave me your link and suggested you may be interested in ‘Journeys’ as a radio play.
    Thank you for your consideration of this project,
    Sincerely,
    Maeve Damico

  2. mostafa abdelazim says:

    thanks god, because you create canada on our earth.

  3. mostafa abdelazim says:

    In fact i do not know whether i am refugee or not, but what i know that since my childhood i fond of canada and when i was opening the atlas at moment my eyes go out to canada map , till now i can not achieve my dream, i feel grief at every second here at egypt and nobody hear me like alone on planet , my dream to land canadian land , to breathe canadian dew , canada require strict conditions to move their like bride ask for very very high dowry from bridegroom but love is not required , i love canada so much and i am loyal to canada till my death even if i stayed here at egypt god bless canada.