Who wouldn’t want a free path to employment?
by Samantha Matute / May 19, 2020

Who wouldn’t want a free path to employment?

Fast Track to Manufacturing (F2M) originated from the need for creating accessible, rewarding and rapidly growing careers in the manufacturing field for young newcomers.

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Are we really #InItTogether?
by Patrick Crossman / May 11, 2020

Are we really #InItTogether?

This is the time to rethink and rebuild a new Canada where everyone has an equitable chance to succeed. A new Canada where all voices are heard in shaping our communities, cities, and country.

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Freedom to Get Real and Say, I Belong
by Samantha Matute / May 7, 2020

Freedom to Get Real and Say, I Belong

Newcomers to Canada who identify as LGBTQIA+ experience unique challenges that create barriers to accessing services, long before COVID-19 even came into our lives.

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The 3 Guiding Principles of MOSAIC engage’s Online English Classes
by Samantha Matute / April 27, 2020

The 3 Guiding Principles of MOSAIC engage’s Online English Classes

As we physically distance to keep up the fight against COVID-19, we believe that it is more important than ever to find ways to continue to learn and connect with each other.

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Cheers To Volunteers, National Volunteer Week 2020
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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When Home is Not the Safest Place
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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Practical support for international students during COVID-19
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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Learning English through song
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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Counselling: Immigration, Shame and Healing
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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From refugee to generous restaurant owner
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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