S5 E5 Edmonton Mayor Sohi and his Immigration Experience from India
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SJT Immigration Project is a production of the Enhanced Academic Program and Social Department of Sir John Thompson. Hosts this week were Akash and Rebecca. Interviews from Cara and Hannah. Music by Cara. Art by Julius. Production and supervision from Ms. Stetson and Mr. Luukkonen.  Find us on Twitter @SJTProjectECSD or online at Anchor.fm/sjt ..read more
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S5 E4 SJT Immigration Project: Poland and Philippines
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SJT Immigration Project is a production of the Enhanced Academic Program and Social Department of Sir John Thompson. Hosts this week were Ariel and Veronica. Interviews from Natalia and Rai. Music by Cara. Art by Julius. Production and supervision from Ms. Stetson and Mr. Luukkonen.  Find us on Twitter @SJTProjectECSD or online at http://anchor.fm/sjt ..read more
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S5 E3 SJT Immigration Project: Jamaica and Ghana
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11M ago
SJT Immigration Project is a production of the Enhanced Academic Program and Social Department of Sir John Thompson. Hosts this week were Alex and Sierra. Interviews from Gigi and Mirabelle. Music by Cara. Art by Julius. Production and supervision from Ms. Stetson and Mr. Luukkonen.  Find us on Twitter @SJTProjectECSD or online at http://anchor.fm/SJT ..read more
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S5 E2 SJT Immigration Project: Philippines and Sri Lanka
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SJT Immigration Project is a production of the Enhanced Academic Program and Social Department of Sir John Thompson. Hosts this week were Mikayla and Megan. Interviews from Darren and Kim. Music by Cara. Art by Julius. Production and supervision from Ms. Stetson and Mr. Luukkonen. Find us on Twitter at SJTProjectECSD or online at http://anchor.fm/sjt ..read more
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S4 Trailer: SJT Immigration Project
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1y ago
Welcome to a new season of the SJT Immigration Project! The episodes will be arriving within a few weeks, so make sure you've got your notifications on. We're so happy to bring you our Fourth Season of the show!  New music, new hosts, new interviews, and this year a Land Acknowledgement at the start of every episode to help remind us that the story of immigration to Canada is also about sharing the lands that we have come to--lands that are the traditional homes of Inuit, Metis, and First Nations. We are blessed to be able to come here and call this land home.  We look forward to sha ..read more
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S3 E9 SJT Immigration Project: Italy
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1y ago
This is it! The final episode of the season. We hear Sara interview her grandfather from Italy about his immigration experience. Sara and the podcast was recently featured on CBC Radio's Edmonton AM show with Mark Connoly. Here the segment here: Edmonton AM Thank you for all your support throughout this season. Don't forget to hit the "Subscribe" button so you can be sure to hear us for Season 4 next spring! Have a great year, and enjoy this episode! Please rate us and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. The SJT Immigration Project is a production of the Sir John Thompson Junior Hig ..read more
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S3 E8 SJT Immigration Project: Scotland
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Today we get a special interview with a grandmother AND grandfather together. Tristan speaks with his grandparents about their immigration from Scotland. They both have a lot of good advice and good sayings to learn from.  Enjoy the episode! Please rate us and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. The SJT Immigration Project is a production of the Sir John Thompson Junior High Enhanced Academic Program and the Social Department. Find us online at: http://anchor.fm/sjt or on Twitter @SJTPodcastECSD ..read more
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S3 E7 SJT Immigration Project: Philippines
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1y ago
New art this week! Thank you to Julius for updating the cover art for the show. The new logo looks awesome!  This week we hear from an immigrant from the Philippines. He reminds us of the difficulty of starting life over again at an age like 35--it's tough to be in a new land and then figure out how to get a driver's license, a new job, a place to live, etc.  Enjoy! Please rate us and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. The SJT Immigration Project is a production of the Sir John Thompson Junior High Enhanced Academic Program and the Social Department. Find us online at:&nb ..read more
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S3 E6 SJT Immigration Project: Ethiopia & Philippines
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1y ago
Today we hear interviews from Ethiopia and the Philippines. The interviews—especially the second one—stress the hard work and dedication that immigrants face when they come to a new country. It’s not easy work, as you will hear from these stories today. Enjoy! Please rate us and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. The SJT Immigration Project is a production of the Sir John Thompson Junior High Enhanced Academic Program and the Social Department. Find us online at: http://anchor.fm/sjt or on Twitter @SJTPodcastECSD ..read more
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S3 E5 SJT Immigration Project: Philippines & Mexico
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1y ago
Today we hear interviews from two Grade 9 SJT students: Melyssa from the Philippines and Rubi from Mexico. We will learn about how useful it is to have a chicken as a good friend, how life changes once you come to Canada, and if you listen closely to the end, you’ll hear one of the hosts refer to the show as a “Frog-cast”. Enjoy these stories! Please rate us and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. The SJT Immigration Project is a production of the Sir John Thompson Junior High Enhanced Academic Program and the Social Department. Find us online at: http://anchor.fm/sjt or o ..read more
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