Since the economic crisis in Greece came to light in 2007, the small Mediterranean country has gained continuous attention in the news, internationally. While Greece's growing deficit, economic debt, and rising political tensions in the country have been in the subject of many news reports globally, an important issue stemming from the Greek deficit has been left out of the spotlight. According to the Winnipeg Free Press, an estimated 320,000 Greeks have left their country in order to make a better life for themselves in Europe and North America. A large portion of these people have chosen Canada, and more specifically Montreal, as the destination to build a more secure future and their new home. The goal here is to give a voice to these people, by exploring the growing statistics of Greek immigration since 2006, digging deeper into their reasons for leaving and beginning new lives in Montreal, the challenges they face daily, and the issues that matter most to them.