From Policies to People: Examining Immigration in Canada

An immersion co-organized Jesuit Refugee Service/Canada and the Ignatian Solidarity Network examined the Canadian approach to welcoming refugee claimants, or asylum seekers, from both a policy and personal perspective.

Paddling Toward Reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous Peoples

This summer, more than 30 Indigenous, Jesuit, English and French Canadian paddlers will embark on a month-long, 850-kilometre canoe trip July 21 in response to the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada.

Casting off Fear and Building the Québec of Tomorrow

In response to the attack at Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre in Quebec City, Canada, Centre Justice et Foi (CJF), a Jesuit center of social analysis, research, and reflection, released a statement calling for the protection of religious and racial minorities.