The Alberta Syrian Refugee Resettlement Experience Study was a six-month study into the early resettlement experiences of Syrian refugees across Alberta. The study explored three broad areas – employment, language, and social connections through a mixed-method approach. The goal of the study was to shed light on the unique needs, barriers, and experiences of Syrian refugees, to inform the development of client-centred programming. The study sample was composed of 100 Syrian refugees from five cities: Calgary, Edmonton, Medicine Hat, Red Deer, and Lethbridge. Twenty in-depth interviews with refugees from four cities (Calgary, Edmonton, Medicine Hat, Red Deer) were also carried out to deepen our understanding of resettlement experiences.