Then and Now
Starting from 1956, when Canada accepted its first major intake of refugees, the project uses archived images and family photos to tell the stories of refugees from Hungary, Viet Nam, Uganda, Somalia, Colombia and beyond.
Join filmmaker Annie Sakkab and writer Leyland Cecco as they discover what the country means to people forced to leave theirs behind.
"We have a responsibility as Canadians to make sure we also give back to this great country."
Tom Mihalik, entrepreneur who fled Hungary for Toronto