Neelam Sahota reaches 10-year milestone as CEO of DIVERSEcity

April 13, 2023

A meaningful milestone for a racialized woman leader who is moving forward change and creating impact in BC… Read more

Vote for Dean Lin for the Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards

April 12, 2023

DIVERSEcity Skills Training Centre’s Dean Lin is up for a Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Award Finalists for the… Read more

DIVERSEcity x Minerva Women’s Leadership Forum a hit!

April 6, 2023

Uplifting and connecting women leaders, both emerging and established, was the theme of last week’s DIVERSEcity x Minerva… Read more

A statement for March 21, International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

March 21, 2023

A Statement by Neelam Sahota, Chief Executive Officer, DIVERSEcity, and Co-Chair, Surrey Local Immigration Partnership March 21 is… Read more

DIVERSEcity welcomes the Hon. Premier David Eby

March 9, 2023

After his economic address to Surrey with the Surrey Board of Trade on March 3, 2023, DIVERSEcity welcomed the Honourable… Read more

Black in BC: Celebrating Black Excellence event an inspiring evening

March 7, 2023

DIVERSEcity wrapped up Black History Month 2023 with our inaugural Black in BC: Celebrating Black Excellence event at… Read more


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New to Canada and wondering about issues like policing and safety in your new community? Everyone is welcome to join guest speaker Cst. Parm Kahlon from Surrey RCMP’s Diversity and Indigenous Peoples Unit to learn about: • How policing works in Canada • How to stay safe • When to call 9-1-1 • And more! Come join us on Thursday, June 15, 10:30 am at DIVERSEcity Surrey Community Campus. Can’t make it in person? The workshop will also be available online via Zoom. A link will be provided upon registration. To learn more or register, phone 604-307-4071 or email #DIVERSEcity #SurreyRCMP #SurreyBC ... See MoreSee Less
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Did you know that youth are more vulnerable to cybercrimes? In partnership with Surrey RCMP, we are hosting a Cybersafety Workshop for Newcomer Youth, ages 15–24, to help you stay smart and stay safe on the internet. You’ll learn: ▶️ How to spot various types of scams, including social media scams and predatory activities ▶️ How to safely navigate the internet Come join us on Thursday, June 29, at 2:30–4 pm for this free, informative workshop.Register via this form: #cybercrime #internet #youth #workshop #surreyBC #surreyRCMP Surrey Youth Safety Council Surrey Schools Surrey Libraries City of Surrey SFU Surrey ... See MoreSee Less
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DIVERSEcity is pleased to partner with Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House and Intercultural Women's Maker Society IWMS for an upcoming event: Women Empowering Women: A Collaborative Networking and Learning Event for Aspiring Women Entrepreneurs. Come join us on Saturday, July 8, 10 am – 1 pm, at Mount Pleasant Neighbourhood House (800 E. Broadway).Gain invaluable insights, forge meaningful connections and learn from experts in the field. This event will provide a supportive platform for sharing experiences, finding inspiration and nurturing leadership skills.For more information and registration, please email or register online here: #surreybc #women #womenempowerment #entrepreneur #womenentrepreneur #networking #event #leadership #leaders #vancouver #vancouverbc ... See MoreSee Less
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Did you know it’s Anti-Racism Awareness Week in BC, from May 22–⁠26, 2023? It’s an opportunity for British Columbians to learn about BC’s diverse cultural history and how they can take action to combat racial discrimination and inequality. This week was launched in 2021, in recognition of the National Day of Anti-Asian Racism, started by the Stand With Asians Coalition and endorsements by municipalities across the country, after the rise of anti-Asian racism during the COVID pandemic.This week, let’s all engage in open conversations about racism, challenging stereotypes and exploring ways to promote diversity and inclusivity in society. Let’s speak up, educate ourselves and create a safe space where everyone feels valued and heard. Check out the Government of BC’s anti-racism information campaign at #DIVERSEcity #EveryoneBelongsHere #SurreyBC ... See MoreSee Less
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