Summary of The Impact of Syrian Refugee Arrivals on Local Systems of Support in Canada

The influx of 40,000 Syrian refugees in Canada between November 2014 and January posed several challenges for Canada's local refugee support system. This 10-month study explored the disruptive impact that the period had on the way local communities support newcomers and how communities can improve their support to bring about transformative change in their vision, structure and processes.

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