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LEISURE AND CULTURE

NFB Club: From Sherbrooke to Brooks - Inside a Migration Corridor (67 minutes)

Friday, May 18, at 1:30 p.m.
At the Dorval Library

(1401 Lakeshore Drive)

The NFB Film Club invites you to experience relevant and thought-provoking documentaries. These films will have viewers laughing, crying, and reflecting on the world we live in. The screenings are followed by discussions. Coffee is served. Admission is free for all and, since space is limited, advance registration at the Library is required.

This documentary travels the migration corridor forged between Sherbrooke, Quebec, and the town of Brooks, Alberta, by French-speaking Africans. Most have come from the Democratic Republic of Congo by way of refugee camps in Uganda and Tanzania. Unable to find employment in Quebec, they travelled out West. An interweaving of personal stories and the filmmaker’s own trips back and forth through the corridor offer an honest look at how much work is yet to be done to successfully integrate these newcomers.

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LEISURE AND CULTURE

NFB Club: From Sherbrooke to Brooks - Inside a Migration Corridor (67 minutes)

Friday, May 18, at 1:30 p.m.
At the Dorval Library

(1401 Lakeshore Drive)

The NFB Film Club invites you to experience relevant and thought-provoking documentaries. These films will have viewers laughing, crying, and reflecting on the world we live in. The screenings are followed by discussions. Coffee is served. Admission is free for all and, since space is limited, advance registration at the Library is required.

This documentary travels the migration corridor forged between Sherbrooke, Quebec, and the town of Brooks, Alberta, by French-speaking Africans. Most have come from the Democratic Republic of Congo by way of refugee camps in Uganda and Tanzania. Unable to find employment in Quebec, they travelled out West. An interweaving of personal stories and the filmmaker’s own trips back and forth through the corridor offer an honest look at how much work is yet to be done to successfully integrate these newcomers.

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Registration for Courses and Activities
Registration for Courses and Activities

NFB Club: From Sherbrooke to Brooks - Inside a Migration Corridor (67 minutes)

Friday, May 18, at 1:30 p.m.
At the Dorval Library

(1401 Lakeshore Drive)

The NFB Film Club invites you to experience relevant and thought-provoking documentaries. These films will have viewers laughing, crying, and reflecting on the world we live in. The screenings are followed by discussions. Coffee is served. Admission is free for all and, since space is limited, advance registration at the Library is required.

This documentary travels the migration corridor forged between Sherbrooke, Quebec, and the town of Brooks, Alberta, by French-speaking Africans. Most have come from the Democratic Republic of Congo by way of refugee camps in Uganda and Tanzania. Unable to find employment in Quebec, they travelled out West. An interweaving of personal stories and the filmmaker’s own trips back and forth through the corridor offer an honest look at how much work is yet to be done to successfully integrate these newcomers.

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