by / April 18, 2019

North Shore Language Centre clients visit MOSAIC Career & Job Fair

Five LINC level 6 and 7 classes from the North Shore Language Centre attended the Job Fair on April 9th and were extremely enthusiastic about the event.

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Youth
by / April 2, 2019

NuYu Popular Theatre Forum was held March 9

The NuYu Popular Theatre Program is one of the youth programs offered by MOSAIC and it is open to immigrant, refugee, and multicultural youth.

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by / March 26, 2019

Multiculturalism and Anti-Racism Awards – Kemal Sen

Youth leader Kemal Sen was recognized with certification under the Youth Category for his outstanding contribution and service in fighting racism and strengthening multiculturalism in communities across B.C.

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by / March 1, 2019

MOSAIC staff proudly embrace anti-bullying via Pink Shirt Day

In an effort to raise awareness against bullying and harassment, MOSAIC has actively participated in Pink Shirt Day.

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by / February 14, 2019

Information & Tips for the Dating World

Are you out in the dating world? Staff from MOSAIC’s Violence Prevention Programs have compiled some information and tips to help you throughout the process.

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by / February 11, 2019

More needs to be done to help refugees find work

Newcomer unemployment in Canada overall was at its lowest rate in more than a decade in 2017, but refugees continue to face real challenges finding work.

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by / February 6, 2019

Language learners learn about Pink Shirt Day

More than 1000 MOSAIC LINC learners are learning all about Pink Shirt Day in their online classrooms.

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by / February 4, 2019

MOSAIC seniors’ snow-hike at Mount Cypress

On Saturday, February 2, 2019, amidst blue skies and sparkling snow, the MOSAIC Senior’s snow-hike at Mount Cypress was thoroughly enjoyed by everyone!

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by / January 18, 2019

January is Sexual Assault Awareness month

MOSAIC encourages everyone to raise awareness and take a stand against all forms of violence. We must believe and stand with victims of crime and survivors of gender-based violence.

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by / December 11, 2018

Are we using Google Translate responsibly?

As with many new technologies, there are limits as to when this software can and should be used.

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by admin / December 19, 2017

Volunteer Spotlight: Eric Lam

Eric volunteers because he believes that learning is a lifelong journey. He enjoys learning from clients and other volunteers. He finds staff to be friendly and supportive and appreciates the professionalism and diversity at MOSAIC.

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by admin / December 7, 2017

Volunteering Eh? What’s in it for You?

When I first came to Canada, I struggled with making friends. I was worried because I couldn’t speak English and meeting new people always (and still) makes me nervous! It wasn’t until I started volunteering at the local community centre that I started to get over my fears.

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by admin / December 6, 2017

National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women

As part of our outreach for the Stopping the Violence Counselling and Multicultural Victim Services Program, we’d like to bring your attention to Dec 6th—the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women.

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by admin / November 25, 2017

International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

As part of our outreach for the Stopping the Violence Counselling and Multicultural Victim Services Program, we’d like to bring attention to the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women on Nov 25th.

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by admin / November 20, 2017

Transgender Day of Remembrance

Nov 20th honours the memory of Rita Hester, a transgender woman who was killed that year. Each year since, vigils have been held to remember all transgender people whose lives were lost to acts of anti-transgender violence.

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