- Getting Settled in Surrey
- Building a Future in Canada
- Welcome to Surrey
- Settlement Agencies
- Health & Family
- Getting Around
- Faith and Cultural Groups
- Enjoy Surrey
- Important Documents
- Surrey - A Place For All
- Legacy Project
- Our People
- Welcome BC
The Surrey Foundation and our Community Partners have created Five Research Projects that look at strategies for creating welcoming and inclusive communities.
This statistical summary has been written for anyone who is interested in better understanding who is immi-
grating to Canada, BC and Surrey. It includes the most current data we could ﬁnd and wherever possible
presents trends so that we can explore our changing reality.
This article has been written for anyone who is interested in exploring ways that we as individuals and a civil society might respond to the changing demographics of Surrey’ population. It will also be of interest to those in organizations who are considering how they may want to adapt their practices to better serve Surrey’s diverse population.
This research report has been written for anyone who is interested in better understanding the experience of Permanent Resident Newcomer Families, in particular those who have come as Econimic or Family Class immigrants and who are making Surrey their home.
These best practice reflections have been written for anyone who may be interested in the specific, detailed welcoming and inclusive strategies and approaches being utilized by the organizations that have contributed to this document. They are recognized as leaders in their field in this regard.
This research report has been written for anyone who is interested in a) understanding the key role that the Family Resource Programs in Surrey play in creating a welcoming and inclusive community, thus helping newcomer families with young children successfully settle into their new country, and b) learning about possible ways for them to be even more effective in this regard.