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Neelam Sahota, CEO of DIVERSEcity, with Minister of Women and Gender Equality Maryam Monsef.

Government of Canada supports survivors of gender-based violence in British Columbia’s Lower Mainland

August 27, 2019

Ending gender-based violence is crucial in order to give everyone the same opportunities to join and grow Canada’s… Read more

Youth Leadership Award was named after Sher Vancouver's January Marie Lapuz.

DIVERSEcity is the new, exclusive sponsor of the LGBTQ+ January Marie Lapuz Youth Leadership Award

August 1, 2019

Sher Vancouver is pleased to announce that DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society is now the exclusive sponsor of its… Read more

Generous donation is good for both immigrants and the environment

May 10, 2019

Two BC non-profit organizations have come together to enhance the delivery of services to newcomers with innovative technology,… Read more

We’re a finalist for the Settlement Agency Award

April 3, 2019

Vote for DIVERSEcity for the 2019 Settlement Agency Award We are thrilled to be a finalist for the… Read more

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DIVERSEcity Hosts Funding Announcement by the Ministry of Jobs, Trades and Technology

February 8, 2019

Minister Bruce Ralston was on hand at the Community Campus of DIVERSEcity Community Resources Society to announce the… Read more

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DIVERSEcity Partners with Fraser Health to Expand the Roshni Clinic

February 7, 2019

Fraser Health has expanded the hours and services provided by the Roshni Clinic to better support people in… 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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