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Helping People to
get shelter in Canada

Canada Shelter wants to make sure that people should not use illegal ways to come to Canada by risking their lives, reputation and money.


For the first time in decades, Canada is on track to welcome more than 300,000 new permanent residents to Canada in one year, according to the Liberal government’s 2016 immigration targets tabled on March 8, 2016 Immigration Minister John McCallum says Canada plans to accept between 280,000 and 305,000 – with a target of 300,000 – new permanent residents this year, an increase from the updated target of 279,200 for 2015.

If the government reaches its target, it will mark the first time Canada has resettled more than 300,000 new permanent residents in one year since 1913. As promised during last year’s election campaign, the Liberals will increase the number of spaces available for refugees and family reunification arrivals this year.
14,600
Refugee Claims Finalized (2015)
7,000
Government-Assisted Refugees
6,981
Privately sponsored Refugees
205
We Helped

Success Stories: How We Helped Them?


Till 2013, I lived a wonderful life in “Ghighara” a remote village in Bangladesh – a son of a local farmer. We lived a simple life as farmers, herding our animals and living off the land. We had no political or religious associations read more...

MD Riad Hosen

Bangladesh

After my education I worked for the local shire as the Manager of the IT department. I was enjoying my life and my work, when the pressure from the government affected my life because of political opinion I was expressing through social media read more...

Jason Tong

China

From the first day I arrived in Canada, it felt like home. Everyone gets homesick sometimes, but if you have goals and dreams, it constantly drives you forward and takes your mind off the past. Like other refugees, I left behind family and friends read more...

Amos Sanga

Kenya

We are a non-profit and do not seek money for our services.
But we urge you to participate in the UNHCR fund to help other refugees.