When you do have freedom, then you have thousands of opportunities. And if you trust yourself, you can get everything. I really believe it.” Suzanna remembers when she was a child; a family friend who lived in Canada sent her beautiful Canadian postcards and clothing. She thought Canada must be a very special place. She […]
I want people to remember when they hear my name, that I’m a happy person. A person with courage. A person who can always survive. My favourite line is “I can do it.” We all can do it. If you’re still breathing – just keep going.” Jho’s life is a story of courage, resilience, and
Thank you for the program – it was very useful for me. It prepared me to respond to the questions. It was different in my country.” Gabriel was an accountant in Peru and worked in finance for over ten years. But his (then) wife had always wanted to come to Canada, and so they left
It was a very interesting journey – sometimes so hard; sometimes so beautiful.” Imelda came to Toronto from Mexico City 5 years ago. She raised her family and worked as a children’s therapist. She always wanted to come to Canada, and friends had told her that it was beautiful, with a happy way of life.
Mirna Chacín – Community Impact Award Recipient 2017 November 17, 2017 (Toronto, ON) – The Mennonite New Life Centre of Toronto (MNLCT) is pleased to announce that it will present a special Community Impact recognition award to Mirna Chacín during its upcoming Citizenship & Inclusion Ceremony on Tuesday November 14th, 2017. Mirna Chacín is a