Rupert’s Land: In the News

Find out more about Rupert’s Land’s Hospitality House and its goal to sponsor as many refugees as possible.

Citizenship and Immigration Canada will no longer provide supplemental health care to refugees during their first year in Canada, starting June 30. With more than 450 refugees sponsored by our diocese in the past 18 months, we have to act.

“Their health and their lives are literally on the line,” said Tom Denton of Rupert’s Land’s Hospitality House.

Find out more.
Check out the Winnipeg Free Press articles:

Manitoba diocese takes federal government to court over refugee health changes

Health-benefit cut for refugees spurs lawsuit