With the influx of thousands of refugees from the Syrian war, everyone is wondering about the mental health services that they require.
But there are also other new Canadians in need of such services. They’ve been in need for a while now. These are economic immigrants who leave their home countries in search of better opportunities, but end up facing underemployment and experiencing threatened identities as a consequence.
I reported on this topic for over a year, in order to produce my Master’s thesis for the University of British Columbia. The full multimedia story can be found on this link http://bit.ly/natobseconimm