KIP is launching a survey to collect input on the experience and impressions of new immigrants to Kingston and area. This would include immigrants, refugees and temporary residents who came to Canada within the last 10 years. The survey seeks to develop a deeper understanding of immigrant perspective regarding the state of settlement and the inclusivity experience in Kingston.
“The aim is to use the results to strengthen immigrant voices in the City and enhance KIP’s organizational goals,” says Sunita Gupta, Kingston Immigration Partnership Lead. “We are asking immigrants to participate in an online or paper-based survey. Upon completion, they will have the option to enter their name in a draw for a chance to win a $200 grocery card”!
Click here to access the survey and complete it by Sunday, February 24, 2019.
“The Immigrant Experience Survey will also help evaluate the #SayHello campaign, since it will help us find out if there has been a change in behaviours and attitudes towards immigrants in our community”, says Cristian Medina, Coordinator for KIP’s Change the Conversation project. “We want Kingston to be a warm and welcoming community to all.”
Please connect with us if you have any questions about the survey. We want to hear from you.