Knowledge Mobilization for Settlement

The more we share, the more we know. The more we know, the more we can do. Together.

Most Recent Blog Posts

Piloting a blended ESL delivery model in rural Saskatchewan (podcast episode)
Piloting a blended ESL delivery model in rural Saskatchewan (podcast episode)
Posted on: May 6, 2021
In this 2014 ten minute LearnIT2teach Podcasts episode, Nicola Finnson of Carleton Trail College describes the challenges newcomers and the college faced, and the impact of the pilot program on learners, their course attendance and participation, and their workplaces.
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Build yBuild your data literacy skills with training videos from Statistics Canadaour data literacy skills with training videos from Statistics Canada
Build your data literacy skills with training videos from Statistics Canada
Posted on: May 3, 2021
Statistics Canada seems like a legit place to start building your data literacy competencies.
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Creating a no-code app from a spreadsheet
Creating a no-code app from a spreadsheet
Posted on: April 29, 2021
There are many days when I wish I was a techie. I just don't have the intuition. And maybe I could learn if I took coding courses, but... So, I've been experimenting with some no-code tools to see what I can create. And, I have to admit, it's pretty cool what can be done with a simple spreadsheet on these sites. Here's what I was able to quickly create with one, Open As App.
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Most Recent Publications

COVID & Canada’s Settlement Sector: Report (2020)
COVID & Canada’s Settlement Sector: Report (2020)
Posted on: March 27, 2021
This survey provides a snapshot of the Canadian immigrant and refugee-serving sector at during the first month of working remotely as a result of COVID-19. It looks at what is working, sector challenges and concerns and sector successes and failures from both the front-line and management perspective.
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Settlement Sector and Technology Task Group Preliminary Report (2020)
Settlement Sector and Technology Task Group Preliminary Report (2020)
Posted on: February 2, 2021
The Settlement Sector and Technology Task Group (coordinated by AMSSA, reporting to IRCC’s National Settlement and Integration Council (NSIC)) is working to discover, examine, and learn about the settlement sector’s needs to successfully implement digital and hybrid service delivery models.
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History and Legacy of Refugee Resettlement In Ottawa - A Primer (2016)
History and Legacy of Refugee Resettlement In Ottawa - A Primer (2016)
Posted on: January 31, 2021
This primer is intended to provide basic information on the history and legacy of refugee resettlement in Canada and to highlight Ottawa’s role in these efforts. It contains basic facts about refugees and Canadian refugee policy, a brief timeline of refugee resettlement in Canada, highlights from Ottawa’s history of refugee resettlement, and a myth buster intended to dispel some of the misconceptions about refugees and refugee resettlement history in Canada.
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Most Recent Good Ideas in Settlement & Inclusion

Promising Practices from the Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health Project at CAMH
Promising Practices from the Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health Project at CAMH
Posted on: May 10, 2021
Each month, the Immigrant and Refugee Mental Health Project (IRMHP) features a promising practice that highlights how an organization is addressing the mental health of immigrants and refugee and how you can use this information in your practice.
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Good Ideas from Cities of Migration
Good Ideas from Cities of Migration
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Posted on: May 7, 2021
Best practice. Promising practice. There are many ways to name something that you think might be useful to know about in your work. Perhaps knowing about it might inspire you. It might even encourage you to replicate it. I've always liked the way the Cities of Migration project named the projects they kept an eye on as Good Ideas in Integration: "At its most basic, a Good Idea in integration is any program, activity or strategy that has made a difference in the successful integration of migrants in city-life. In this process, the city and all its residents have also benefited with increased social cohesion, greater urban prosperity and the richness that cultural diversity affords all communities."
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digital messaging
Using Digital Messaging to Support Newcomer Communities - A Toolkit for Individuals and Organizations
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Posted on: March 5, 2021
The Digital Messaging for Settlement and Integration (DMSI) project is all about connecting newcomers with the information they need to successfully settle in Canada, when and where they need it.
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