MOSAIC is co-signatory, along with other allies, to a just-released BC Poverty Reduction letter calling on the Province to provide $10-a-month Internet access to all living below the poverty line and anyone accessing education in B.C., regardless of immigration or citizenship status.
In the midst of back-to-school season, newcomer families are balancing concerns about health and safety with the difficulties of navigating online learning.
MOSAIC welcomed three new members to its Board of Directors at the 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM), which took place virtually on Wednesday, Sept. 16.
MOSAIC has joined the Resilience BC Anti-Racism Network, a provincial government initiative that aims to tackle racism and hate in British Columbia. Thanks to funding from the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture, MOSAIC will facilitate anti-racism and anti-hate initiatives in Surrey and White Rock, as part of the provincial government’s Resilience BC program. “MOSAIC has been active in anti-racism …
At the invite of the Province of BC, MOSAIC participated in recent province-wide budget consultations sharing recommendations to improve labour outcomes for newcomers. Olga Stachova, CEO of MOSAIC, presented to the Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services, making recommendations on two key areas that are considered critical for success: Re-skilling programs for newcomers Digital equity for vulnerable populations …
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