You may be aware that February 21st is Canada’s Family Day, but did you know it is also International Mother Language Day? We spoke with members of the GGP community about their relationship to their mother language. You will hear from parents teaching their language to their children and interpreters from our Cultural Health Navigator program who know exactly how vital shared language can be.
Hear from Farkhonda, a newly arrived Afghan refugee, about escaping Afghanistan, arriving to Saskatoon, joining GGP programs, and what she wants Saskatoon to know.
Among its many other impacts, the pandemic halted the arrival of refugees in Canada. Now, more refugees are finally able to land in Canada, but Covid-19 continues to complicate settlement.
GGP hosted four Covid-19 vaccination clinics that resulted in 900 doses of vaccine delivered to refugee and immigrant clients. Not only were they highly efficient, these clinics were joyful events for all.
Integrating and thriving with vision loss: GGP’s partnership with Vision Loss Rehabilitation Saskatchewan
Learn about how GGP and Vision Loss Rehab Sask. partner to support newcomers with vision loss in achieving their settlement goals.
I came to Saskatoon, Canada from India on September 8th 2020. I was welcomed with the greens turning to orange and yellow hues and for some time I forgot all […]
REACH Clinic’s Dr. Blonde shares insights on the landscape of refugee health in Saskatoon, what patient advocacy can look like, and the culture change that is underway.
GGP’s Cultural Health Navigators program assist refugees in accessing the health services they need. Hear from two CHNs about their roles.
One way that GGP promotes inclusion in the community is by working with future physicians and pharmacists, social workers, and educators.