Links and Resources

Refugee Health Care Links

Interim federal health coverage restored
Sanctuary City seeks to collaborate with communities and service providers in the Coast Salish Territories (Greater Vancouver) to create safer access to services for all people based on need rather than status. It is a part of the growing Sanctuary and Solidarity City movements across North America/Turtle Island. 

Transportation not Deportation is a community campaign calling for an immediate end to Translink and Transit police collaboration with Canada Border Services Agency. 

Health for All Toronto is a grassroots organization fighting for health for all, irrespective of immigration status. We are a multidisciplinary group of migrants, healthcare professionals, students, activists and allies. We believe health is a fundamental human right and a matter of social justice. We believe health requires not only access to services for maintaining physical and mental health, but requires full economic, social, environmental, and political rights for all people.
No One Is Illegal—Vancouver Coast Salish Territories is a grassroots anti-colonial migrant justice group with leadership from members of migrant and/or racialized backgrounds. We strive and struggle for the right to remain, the freedom to move, and the right to return.
MigrantWorkersRights is an open network of migrant workers, human rights activists, trade unionists, researchers, journalists, community workers, institutional analysts, members of parliament, etc. aiming at centralizing and making public all information (analysis, testimonies, statistics, etc.) relevant to the international, national and/or local promotion and defense of the human rights of migrant workers with temporary or other precarious legal status.
Agriculture Workers Alliance in association with UFCW Canada operates Canada’s largest association for agriculture workers with a network of 10 help centres across Canada where the rights of all farm workers come first—no matter where they come from.
Justicia for Migrant Workers is a grassroots advocacy group based in Toronto and Vancouver. Composed of migrant workers and allies, we fight for the interests of workers in Canada’s Temporary Foreign Workers Program,
No to the IFHP Cuts is a non-cooperation campaign opposing the Interim Federal Health Cuts.
Mining Justice Alliance is a coalition of activists, civil society organizations, students, and community members who initially formed to mobilize around Gorldcorp’s 2011 Annual General Meeting. Our focus has expanded in response to widespread concerns about endemic injustice within Canada’s state-supported mining industry.