Celebrating the work of translation professionals
by Mischa Milne / September 30, 2020

Celebrating the work of translation professionals

For newcomers to Canada, translation services play an essential role in the transition to an unfamiliar home.

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Engaging newcomers in democracy
by Samantha Matute / September 15, 2020

Engaging newcomers in democracy

Today, September 15th, is the UN's International Day of Democracy. This day provides an opportunity for all to examine the state of democracy in the world. The focus of this year's observance is COVID-19.

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It’s back-to-school for adults too
by Samantha Matute / September 14, 2020

It’s back-to-school for adults too

The MOSAIC Language Program is all set to welcome our students into our second term of 100% online classes this month for Free English language instruction classes from Literacy to Level 7 through the (LINC) program.

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Graduating class on the right track to permanent employment
by Samantha Matute / August 13, 2020

Graduating class on the right track to permanent employment

The group of eight graduated recently after completing a six-week employment and industry-specific skills training program, offered free by MOSAIC to unemployed or underemployed newcomers aged 18-29.

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Ninu Kang’s strong leadership continues in anti-violence work
by Samantha Matute / July 14, 2020

Ninu Kang’s strong leadership continues in anti-violence work

Ninu Kang is one of the leading authorities on anti-violence, anti-racism, and addressing gender equality in the immigrant and refugee communities.

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Newcomer students succeed despite COVID school year
by Samantha Matute / June 22, 2020

Newcomer students succeed despite COVID school year

MOSAIC’s Settlement Workers in Schools (SWIS) program helps newcomer students and their families adapt and integrate to Canadian life and education during their initial years in Canada.

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World Refugee Day 2020: We Are Distant But Together
by Samantha Matute / June 19, 2020

World Refugee Day 2020: We Are Distant But Together

Held every year on June 20, World Refugee Day (WRD) commemorates the strength, resilience, courage, and community contributions of refugees around the globe.

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Special delivery — care packages for seniors
by Samantha Matute / June 15, 2020

Special delivery — care packages for seniors

Sadly, because of the pandemic, many seniors are now experiencing higher rates of abuse and neglect from their families and caregivers. So, today and always, we want to ensure that seniors feel the support of their communities, and find ways to support each other through social connection.

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Statement of solidarity with the Black Community
by Samantha Matute / June 5, 2020

Statement of solidarity with the Black Community

The killing of George Floyd and the hundreds of Black lives before him indicates a historical, oppressive, systemic issue that must be acknowledged before we can see any change.

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Tackling racism: How do we move to being part of the solution?
by Samantha Matute / June 4, 2020

Tackling racism: How do we move to being part of the solution?

People of all colours stand in solidarity and demand equal justice to end the deeply embedded racism and hate against Black people and their communities.

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