This chapter focuses on the Vietnamese Canadian family caregiver population due to a lack of research concerning this group. Although some research has explored Vietnamese health care practices, these have been largely conducted in the USA, and have not addressed palliative and end-of-life (P/EOL) care issues. In general, it was found that of the study participants who had lived in Canada for more than 20 years, those who had arrived at a younger age had better language skills and were more familiar with Canadian culture than their older counterparts. This provided these participants with better social networks and support to aid them in the P/EOL caregiving process. English language acquisition was found to have the most significant impact on the caregiving experience, and the participants with low language skills were much more limited in terms of access to the health care system.