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Health and Community Wellness : Research

ELIP Research : Immigration and Settlement in Edmonton

Advisory Council, Community Safety, Health and Community Wellness, Research, Settlement and Inclusion, Skills Training, Education, and Employment

This is the research ELIP produced as requested and driven by the working groups and advisory council. This research takes a snap shot of academic literature and community-produced ‘grey’ literature to get an idea of Edmonton’s reality over the last 20 plus years. This is the first research result of ELIP and its purpose is… Read more »

Learning a language, learning the land: Newcomers, parks, and language learning – Dr. Elizabeth Lange (St. Francis Xavier University), Dr. Peter Vogels (Grant MacEwan University), Zenobia Jamal (Zenev Educational Consultants)

Health and Community Wellness, Research

‘Learning a Language, Learning the Land’ was the pilot of an educational process with immigrant newcomers that combined language learning and environmental literacy in an outdoor park setting. This report is an evaluation of the joint project between the primary partners – Alberta Tourism, Parks and Recreation, Edmonton Mennonite Centre for Newcomers (EMCN),  and the… Read more »

Sleeping bags, s’mores and the great outdoors : the role of nature-based leisure in refugee integration in Canada – Jane Hurly (Royal Roads University)

Health and Community Wellness, Research

This study investigates the potential impact of nature-based leisure on the acculturation strategies of refugees in Canada, with a focus on the integration mode, and in particular, the inclination to participate fully in the larger society.

Immigration and Settlement Learning Day Report – May 2016

Advisory Council, Community Safety, Health and Community Wellness, Research, Settlement and Inclusion, Skills Training, Education, and Employment

This report provides insight on the current research available regarding immigration and settlement in Edmonton, and also highlights future strategies for collaboration and research “gaps”.