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Why Volunteering is a Good Thing — for your Life and Career

April 8, 2019

It’s National Volunteer Week this week, April 7–13, 2019, in Canada. It’s a time to recognize the important… 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

Aina Arora’s Teaching Dreams

April 1, 2019

A client of DIVERSEcity’s Future Leaders Program, Aina Arora was the winner of the 2019 Youth Achievement Award… Read more

Message for up-and-coming women professionals on International Women’s Day

March 8, 2019

‘You got this,’ says DIVERSEcity’s CEO Neelam Sahota. It’s International Women’s Day on March 8, 2019, with a… 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 campuses are open today, Wednesday, November 30. Be safe everyone! ... See MoreSee Less
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Due to the heavy snowfall, DIVERSEcity campuses closed at 4 pm today, Tuesday, November 29.Please check our website for campus closure updates for Wednesday, November 30 by 7:30 am. See www.dcrs.ca. ... See MoreSee Less
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Today is #GivingTuesday, the world’s largest generosity movement. Everyone can help transform their communities and the world with small acts of generosity. Today, consider a donation to DIVERSEcity’s Refugee Support Fund. Donations help new refugees from Afghanistan and other countries around the world, as well as displaced persons from Ukraine. Refugees face many challenges and hardships in their resettlement journey as they rebuild their lives from scratch in a new country and new language. Donations to our fund will directly help the most vulnerable with expenses such as:• Food and daily essentials• Emergency health needs • Hygiene products • Baby care supplies • Rent • Transportation • Skills training • Technology access Donate online here: www.dcrs.ca/donate/make-a-donation/You can also gift your donation in someone else’s name and send them an e-card to let them know.Official tax receipts will be sent automatically through our CanadaHelps donation platform.#GivingTuesday #RefugeeSupportFund #DIVERSEcity #EveryoneBelongsHere ... See MoreSee Less
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If you are new to the Canadian workforce, know the employment standards that apply to you. Attend our online Spanish language workshop with guest speaker Byron Cruz of the BC FED Health & Safety Centre on Thursday, December 8 at 6 pm. To register, please contact Giuliana Lira at 604-306-6823, email glira@dcrs.ca, or visit: forms.office.com/r/zKQJ5iiUD3 ... See MoreSee Less
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Gender-based violence happens at a startling rate in Canada — and needs to end. In BC, 20,000 women experience violence in relationships each year. It’s not easy to ask for help, and immigrant and racialized women face added barriers, such as lack of first-language support, cultural stigma and the fear of impact on immigration status. Some women may even be afraid their children will be taken away. DIVERSEcity’s Violence Prevention Services are here to guide survivors in their healing journey.#16Days #16DaysofAction #EveryoneBelongsHere #SurreyBC #DIVERSEcity #EndViolenceAgainstWomen ... See MoreSee Less
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