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Newcomer Youth Connections for Success
New to Canada? In high school? Thinking about your future? NYCS is the program for you!
Newcomer Youth: Connections for Success (NYCS) helps newcomer teens, ages 14-18, build community connections, find peer support and enhance leadership & employment skills.
Anti-racism is the call of the day in the Global North. In addition to their earlier push to introduce a diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) culture, institutions are now also hurriedly producing anti-racism strategies and policies. This is supposed to combat the growing tide of hatred against those of non-white origin.
This following report was produced by Edward Ng and Haozhen Zhang for Statics Canada. Please click below to see the full reseach.
This following report has been produced by the Demosim team, prepared by Jean-Dominique Morency, Éric Caron Malenfant and Samuel MacIsaac for Stastics Canada.
This report has been exclusive produced by Access Alliance. Please visit their web page and their original resource for the full report.
A groundbreaking study into the social norms around racist demeanours may lie the secret of tackling racism by addressing those unspoken social rules much like how public health officials changed public smoking through antismoking campaign.
In celebration of Pride month, we share this resource guide developped by Pride at Work Canada in relations to creating an open and safe work place for the LGBTQIA+ community.
Information and resources will be shared here for the Ontario Settlement Sector about the current services, supports and programs available for displaced Ukrainians arriving in Canada under the CUAET pathway.