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Fighting systemic racism: DIVERSEcity joins provincially funded race-based data collection initiative

December 16, 2021

DIVERSEcity receives funding to join a provincially funded initiative to collect race-based data DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society is… Read more

DIVERSEcity’s Awards and Bursaries Winners 2021

October 7, 2021

At DIVERSEcity’s 43rd Annual General Meeting, we presented the winners of the the following awards and bursaries, each… Read more

Upkar Singh Tatlay is elected as President of expanded DIVERSEcity Board of Directors at AGM

October 4, 2021

New Board slate is elected at DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society’s 43rd Annual General Meeting At DIVERSEcity Community Resources… Read more

CWB Women Makers and Creators Award winner Bita Jamalpour.

Resilience, creativity, ambition — three words that describe the women entrepreneurs from the CWB Business Incubator for Women Makers and Creators

September 23, 2021

Winners announced in inaugural CWB Women Makers and Creators Awards Every immigrant has an emotional story about their… Read more

DIVERSEcity receives funding for new gender-based violence work

August 6, 2021

Funding for new project: Roots of Safety: Centering Racialized Women in GBV Systems of Care Today, DIVERSEcity was… Read more

Canada Day 2021: a time to reflect

June 30, 2021

This year on Canada Day, July 1, let’s pause, learn and reflect, and stand in solidarity with Indigenous… Read more

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DIVERSEcity's Youth Programs' Program Assistant Rochelle Prasad is not your average 23-year-old. In addition to her work supporting Surrey's youth, Rochelle is also the founder of the successful non-profit SPARK Foundation CA, a published author and working part-time with the United Nations.Get to know how this internationally recognized social entrepreneur is empowering the next generation by visiting www.dcrs.ca/how-diversecitys-rochelle-prasad-is-empowering-the-next-generation/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Looking to start your career in trades? Don't miss this free training!Join this 20-week ITA and PTIB approved Electrical Foundations training program, in partnership with Ace Community College, to gain the knowledge and skills needed to become a construction electrician.Program starts February 14. Registration is open now! Don't miss this opportunity! Contact 604-547-1224, email kchahal@dcrs.ca or visit www.dcrs.ca/our-services/employment-programs/electrical-foundation-harmonized-program/ ... See MoreSee Less
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