Free English Classes

Space is available in our LINC classes at 3570 Victoria Park Ave. Free TTC tokens available for eligible students. Join us any time!

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Settlement & Employment

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

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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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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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From Garden to Table

A 12-month training for newcomer seniors that will explore fresh produce distribution, food literacy education, urban agriculture and community cooking

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What's New

LATINX Parents for Change
2017 Spring Training

We are glad to offer the third-series FREE training for Parents of Latin-America Elementary school students to become active advocates of their children's education.

LATINX PARENTS FOR CHANGE is a project designed to build on leadership skills, deepen understanding of school governance and promote and active participation in the school/community life. Parents will be presented with the opportunity to learn how the Education System in Ontario works as well as different ways that Latinx parents can get involved in school councils and/or parental involvement committees in their children's schools.

Parents are required to commit to the full training (27 hours) and certificates will be presented upon completion. Training will run Tuesdays 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. starting February 28, 2017 until April 11, 2017. The location is Working Women Community Centre - 533A Gladstone Avenue (main intersection: Dufferin Street and Bloor Street). Please note that TTC tokens and refreshments will be provided and child-minding available upon request.

If you would like to learn more about our project, please contact Adriana Salazar at or Diana Grimaldos at (647) 894 0239

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