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Build the Career You Want | How to create a Canadian-style resumé

February 16, 2022

By Shivani Arora and Don Duthie, Employment Specialists, DIVERSEcity Employment Programs One of the first steps in getting… Read more

Black History Month story: Eleanor Collins

February 11, 2022

February is Black History Month in Canada, and this year, the theme is February and Forever: Celebrating Black… Read more

Together Project comes to DIVERSEcity

February 10, 2022

DIVERSEcity is excited to bring the award-winning Together Project from Ontario to British Columbia. The Together Project connects… Read more

Reflection and Recognition during Black History Month

February 2, 2022

Recognizing the contributions of Black Canadians: DIVERSEcity February is Black History Month in Canada, and DIVERSEcity wants to… Read more

Happy Year of the Tiger from DIVERSEcity!

February 1, 2022

The Lunar New Year is here! DIVERSEcity would like to wish you and your loved ones a happy… Read more

Lunar New Year Paper Cutting

January 31, 2022

In ancient times, there was a monster called “Nian” that would show up every New Year’s Eve to… Read more

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We are so glad to have helped you pass your citizenship exam, Nargis! Check out our citizenship preparation courses at: dcrs.ca/citizenship ... See MoreSee Less
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During Canadian #CitizenshipWeek (May 23–29, 2022), let’s celebrate what it means to become a citizen. For newcomers, it’s an important step in their immigration journey. Making the decision to apply for citizenship can be exciting, but also emotional and even overwhelming. The process of applying for citizenship isn’t easy either. There are application forms, fees, a test and an interview. Then, only after months of planning, studying and waiting will you be able to take your oath of citizenship. Check out our detailed article on how to become a Canadian citizen here: www.dcrs.ca/are-you-a-permanent-resident-planning-to-apply-for-canadian-citizenship/ #MyCitizenship #ImmigrationMatters ... See MoreSee Less
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We cannot wait to see everyone’s faces again at our Surrey Community Campus Community Kitchen cooking basics and safety classes! Join Leo Ramirez, our Community Kitchen coordinator, for a four-week IN-PERSON cooking class so you can upgrade your skills in the kitchen and learn healthy affordable recipes to try with your family.Two sessions available, from 1–4 pm: - Thursdays, June 2, 9, 16 and 23- Fridays, June 3, 10, 17 and 24 We invite all low-income parents with children (aged 0 to 6) and seniors to join.To register, please call 604-547-1325, email kitchen@dcrs.ca, or visit dcrs.ca/food. ... See MoreSee Less
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If you are one of DIVERSEcity’s LINC students, and need additional practice speaking in English, weekly in-person Conversation Circles are now available at DIVERSEcity Newton Town Centre Campus on Tuesdays, 12:30–1:30 pm. Or join us online via Zoom on Fridays, 9:30–10:30 am. Talk to your LINC instructor to register! ... See MoreSee Less
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It's Canadian Citizenship Week (May 23–29, 2022) — a time to celebrate the rights and responsibilities shared by all Canadian citizens. At DIVERSEcity, we're proud to prepare the country's newest citizens through our Canadian Citizenship Preparation and Civic Engagement Course!This 10-week course helps you understand topics that will be covered on the citizenship test, including Canadian culture, history, geography, politics and the rights and responsibilities of citizenship.Here's a photo of some participants in our current course session, studying together via Zoom. Registration for our next course session will be announced in summer 2022. Learn more at www.dcrs.ca/our-services/citizenship-preparation/#MyCitizenship #ImmigrationMatters #CitizenshipWeek ... See MoreSee Less
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