Immigrant Muse Magazine advocates for first-generation immigrants and empowers them with the information, insight and inspiration to successfully navigate the Canadian culture and system.
To advocate for immigrants and empower them with the information, inspiration and insight to successfully navigate the Canadian system and culture.
To be the reliable go-to source of truth for all stakeholders in the settlement sector.
Oyin Ajibola founded Immigrant Muse to help other newcomers and potential immigrants avoid making needless mistakes in their settlement journey. Immigrant Muse started out as a blog and transitioned to a magazine with funding support from the Government of Canada. This transition was necessary to fill some of the information gaps in the settlement sector with greater impact. Since transitioning to a media and tech company in March 2021, Immigrant Muse Magazine has published articles to inform, educate and advocate for immigrants monthly online, and quarterly in print. Immigrant Muse is also developing the iMuse Connect App to easily connect immigrants with the settlement services and programs they need at each stage of their settlement journey while also socially connecting with other like-minded immigrants.