by Samantha Matute / April 20, 2020

Cheers To Volunteers, National Volunteer Week 2020

MOSAIC joins in celebrating National Volunteer Week (April 19-25). This year’s theme is: “It’s time to applaud this country’s volunteers”

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by Samantha Matute / April 17, 2020

When Home is Not the Safest Place

As protective, life-saving measures to combat COVID-19 include quarantine and self-isolation to help flatten the curve, coronavirus is inadvertently increasing the deadly epidemic of intimate partner violence.

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by Patrick Crossman / March 31, 2020

Practical support for international students during COVID-19

We recognize that the confusion and anxiety that is being felt due to COVID-19 is even more significant for international students. Many may be wondering what will happen to their Study Visa if they go back to their home country, whether they...

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Seniors
by Junie Chow / March 3, 2020

Learning English through song

MOSAIC’s Seniors Choir may not be a Grammy or Juno award-winning choir (yet!) – they prove that voices of the world can unify in song.

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Trans Hub
by Patrick Crossman / December 22, 2019

Counselling: Immigration, Shame and Healing

When it comes to counselling, the first step is to recognize and accept that you need help.

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Client stories
by Patrick Crossman / December 18, 2019

From refugee to generous restaurant owner

Malik and Jamila Malikzada radiate kindness and an authentic desire to enrich the community.

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Client stories
by admin / December 12, 2019

MOSAIC mentor to newcomers: “Be open to change”

After finishing up an impressive 20-year career with the United Nations in 2011, Rosio Godomar moved to Canada. Trained as a nutritionist, Rosio worked with the UN’s emergency and humanitarian programs in eight countries throughout Africa, South and West Asia.

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by admin / December 10, 2019

Operation Not Forgotten

MOSAIC is working alongside Canada Caring to provide new opportunities and safety for refugees and asylum seekers indefinitely detained off the coast of Australia.

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by Patrick Crossman / December 3, 2019

PEER CAFES – Peer Creating Awareness to Facilitate Education and Support

An initiative that addresses the issue of sexual assault and its impact on international students.

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by Patrick Crossman / December 2, 2019

Call to Action for Employers to join us in implementing paid leave for workers dealing with domestic and/or sexual violence

Unpaid leave for people facing domestic and/or sexual violence is already in the BC Employment Standards Act, however our province lags behind others across Canada in making this a paid leave.

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