In July 2019, five women undertake the perilous crossing of Kuururjuaq Park in Quebec’s far north.

To escape persecution in Myanmar, more than 700,000 Rohingyas, citizens of Muslim faith, have found refuge in southern Bangladesh, in the Kutupalong camp.

Five people relate the profound changes that they have experienced in their daily lives since the onset of symptoms related to electromagnetic and chemical hypersensitivity.

In Iqaluit, on a rocky island not far from the Arctic Circle, migrants from all horizons have landed with a similar impulse: to leave and try again.