|Welcome to Canada|
|Directed by||John N. Smith|
|Produced by||Sam Grana|
|Written by||John N. Smith|
|Cinematography||David De Volpi|
|Edited by||John N. Smith|
Welcome to Canada is a Canadian docufiction film, directed by John N. Smith and released in 1989. Loosely based on a real-life incident, the film depicts the interactions of a small community in Newfoundland with a group of Sri Lankan Tamil refugees who turn up in the town. The film's cast includes Charlene Bruff, Madonna Hawkins, Nirmalan Masilamany, Anandprasad Pathanjali, Beverly Power, Francis Power, Rosie Power, Kumar Singam Nadarajah, Murugesu Sivanesan and Sinnakili Baskaran.
- "Looking at society with the eye of an outsider: For John N. Smith, movies have always been 'serious stuff'". The Globe and Mail, March 24, 1989.
- "John N. Smith's Welcome to Canada". Cinema Canada, November 1989. p. 23.
- "Festival Frenzy and Other News". Montreal Gazette, July 28, 1989.
- "Film festival to focus on NFB". Toronto Star, August 2, 1989.
- "Rundown on the Genie hopefuls". Edmonton Journal, February 14, 1990.
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