The Canadian Council for Refugees is a national non-profit umbrella organization committed to the rights and protection of refugees and other vulnerable migrants in Canada and around the world and to the settlement of refugees and immigrants in…
Formally established as a non-profit, community organization in 1975, the JCCCM serves as a meeting point for the Japanese Canadian community as well as for all those interested in Japanese culture in the Greater Montreal Area.
Located on Canada’s east coast along the Atlantic Ocean, the picturesque province of New Brunswick offers a distinct quality of life, a special place for individuals and families alike to grow, and exciting career opportunities for newcomers.
To promote recognition of the benefits of cultural diversity in Saskatchewan and assist in the development and acceptance of multiculturalism
After working through an assessment of a newcomer’s needs, They create a personalized, client-focused, plan to meet those needs in the Newcomer Settlement Program (NSP)
The YWCA is a leader in Prince Albert providing awareness through education and advocacy to raise the equality of women and other vulnerable individuals and the visibility of issues in our community.
To provide a place for fostering and maintaining Japanese and Japanese Canadian culture and heritage and to bring together as a community those interested in Japanese culture. This will be accomplished by providing a physical space, programs,…