As the COVID-19 vaccine continues to roll out in British Columbia, a recent survey conducted by MOSAIC reveals that there are gaps in vaccine information for newcomers.
A year after arriving in Canada from Bulgaria, Maya Paskova made a phone call that would change the direction of her career – she joined MOSAIC’s Workplace Connections Mentoring Program.
What is your MOSAIC Moment? That will be the key question as MOSAIC marks a significant milestone — 45 years of engaging newcomers and helping them integrate into communities. More than four decades ago, two grassroots agencies dedicated to serving immigrants in Vancouver came together – and since that day in 1976, MOSAIC has remained committed to its roots of …
As the BC government rolls out its COVID-19 vaccination plan, MOSAIC is working to ensure that newcomer communities have support and information.
MOSAIC has launched a unique new project for immigrant, refugee and visible minority couples who would like to make their relationship stronger and build a future together in Canada. The project, ‘Enhancing Healthy Relationships,’ is free to participate for couples and is funded by the BC Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General. It focuses on building and improving stronger …
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