A new program designed for new Canadians who are also LGBT is filling up with clients before it even officially launches, one of its organizers says. The Calgary Outlink Centre for Gender and Sexual Diversity has partnered with the Centre for Newcomers to create the LGBTQ+ New Canadians Resiliency Project. The goal of the project is to help new Canadians who identify as LGBT make an easier transition into their new community. The project officially kicks off next month, but clients have been signing up since February, said Calgary Outlink executive director Kelly Ernst.
March 15 / CBC News