Studies show immigrants and refugees have less access to mental health services than non-immigrants. Reports by the Canadian Government also found newcomers are less likely to tell of their mental health struggles. In the last decade, refugees have become a major point of discussion for governments around the world. SparkedContinue Reading

This upcoming Monday, Canadians will be heading to the polls to pick who they believe will best represent them. U Multicultural had the chance to speak with Marie-France Kenny, regional media advisor for Elections Canada. “It’s a special election because of the pandemic so we’ve taken every security measure, safetyContinue Reading

Clean drinking water is still a major problem in many First Nations communities. Communities like the Kitigan Zibi in Quebec have had no clean drinking water since 1999. Other communities have had boil advisories and do-not-consume orders for over ten years. Unsafe drinking water is determined by a few factors,Continue Reading

https://youtu.be/1U1ZwCGWheM Finally unveiled to the public – the sculpture “What can we do to respect each other” is now on display at the Forks. Created by Indigenous artist KC Adams and commissioned by the Winnipeg Foundation – the piece tells the story of reconciliation. “I really wanted to talk aboutContinue Reading

Thirty-nine businesses and organizations have placed their signatures, joining others in the Indigenous Accord Partnership, September 9. The Accord is a tool for Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities to come together and explore reconciliation, with Thursday’s event the fourth annual signing ceremony. The Accord was unanimously adopted by City Council onContinue Reading