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In this episode, Elizabeth and Jesson Reyes from the Migrant Resource Centre Canada and Migrante Ontario share the story of migrants leaving their families and communities behind in order to survive. This installment focuses on the Philippines and the economic and political situation pushing people to migrate. It also highlights Canada’s role in this displacement and human suffering.


Episode 3: Packing Hope in a Bag




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Essential but Disposable Labour: Migrant Workers Exploited in Canada is produced by the Collaborative Network to End Exploitation and funded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto.


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