The Immigrant and Refugee Services of Canada’s Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.) recently released a video series. According to CanadianVisaExpert, the video series showcased some Canadian immigration stories. The video series titled ”My P.E.I.” contains the changes that happened in the life of newcomers living on the island.
The video series was developed in partnership with Ryan McCarvill, a famous filmmaker from Prince Edward Island. The communications director for the Immigrant & Refugee Services Association (IRSA) of P.E.I., Todd MacEwen, explained the idea behind the video series. According to him, the video series was created to let new immigrants share stories about what brought them to Prince Edward Island.
One of the Stories in the P.E.I. Video Series
One of the immigrant stories highlighted in the Prince Edward Island video series is that of Elizabeth Iwunwa. Iwunwa, born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria, decided to move to P.E.I. in 2014 for studies. Currently, she is a junior policy analyst in the P.E.I. Department of Agriculture.
Iwunwa stated that one of the things that struck her about P.E.I. was its small population size. This feature was surprising to her as she came from a country of about 200 million people.
CanadianVisaExpert advised that immigrants who love a serene environment should make the province their location of choice. This is because Prince Edward Island boasts a calm and quiet environment for people to live in.