Camp Dyvo, a new summer program in Montreal, aims to help Ukrainian refugee children and their families settle in Quebec. The program, organized by the Quebec branch of the Ukrainian National Federation, focuses on fostering a sense of community among new arrivals and helping them integrate into their new environment. The camp offers day trips to familiarize families with the city and emphasizes the use of the Ukrainian language and culture. It also provides employment opportunities for refugees as camp leaders. The camp has been well-received by the refugee community and has received 200 applications for enrollment.