Settlement & Employment

With over 30 years experience, our settlement program offers caring and professional settlement services, tailored to each individual

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Language Instruction

Our courses help newcomers improve their proficiency in English to facilitate their successful integration to Canada and become fully independent

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Community Engagement

We work with immigrant communities to enhance their civic participation in political and social systems

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Community Mental Health

Our program offers emotional support to newcomers struggling with different kinds of stress or trauma

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Bridge Training Program

The Bridge Training Program for Internationally Trained Psychologists and Allied Mental Health Professionals (BTMH) is a continuing education program designed to transition into the mental health field.

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Workplace Communication in Canada Program

The Workplace Communication in Canada Program is now accepting applications for courses starting in January and February 2016

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Welcoming Syrian Refugees to Toronto

The Mennonite New Life Centre of Toronto is proud to open its doors to welcome Syrian refugees arriving in the City of Toronto

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The Mennonite New Life Centre’s mission is to facilitate newcomer settlement and integration through holistic services and community engagement, carried out within a gender justice and anti-oppression framework.

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Parents from Latin America are positively disposed to participation in the school system as a vehicle to support and enhance their children’s education. However, numerous barriers continue to exist in realizing the full potential of this kind of civic engagement.

LATINX PARENTS FOR CHANGE: BEYOND UNDERSTANDING THE EDUCATION SYSTEM is a collaborative initiative of Working Women Community Centre (WWCC), the Mennonite New Life Centre (MNLC) and the Latin American Education Network (LAEN) that over the next three years will identify these barriers and will increase opportunities for parents with elementary school children to widen their understanding of educational systems and their level of engagement within the schools

To this end, we are inviting parents of elementary school children from Latin America to be part of the community assessment we are developing as a first phase of the project by joining one of the following focus groups:

March 1 * 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Ephraim’s Community Centre
1875 Sheppard Av. West M3L 1Y6

March 16 * 6:00-8:00 pm
Mennonite New Life Centre
2737 Keele St M3M 2E9

March 23 * 6:00 pm -8:00 pm
Downsview Public Library
2793 Keel St. M3M 2G3

TTC tokens and refreshments will be provided and childminding will be available upon request.

For more information and registration, please call (647) 894-0239 or email DIANA GRIMALDOS or ADRIANA SALAZAR

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