By Vlad Umnov One of the best ways to learn the history of Canada is a trip to Ottawa – the capital of Canada! Attendees of Mennonite New Life Centre of Toronto (MNLCT) Citizenship classes know this better than anyone. These classes help newcomers who are ready to become Canadians prepare for the citizenship test. […]
By Youdon Tenzin Photography has been Mirna Chacin’s passion for a long time. She believes in the power of storytelling through photography. Therefore, it comes as no surprise to anyone that she would pursue this field professionally. It has taken up space in her life in ways she did not expect it to and connected
Beatrice Traub-Werner, Academic Director of Bridge Program for Mental Health Professionals (now BREM)
Beatrice Traub-Werner moved to Canada from Argentina in 1970. In the 2000s, she met MNLCT’s former Executive Director Tanya Chute-Molina. Beatrice and Tanya shared a close friendship which later translated into a working relationship when Tanya asked her to join the MNLCT’s Bridging team. For our 40th anniversary, Beatrice sat down with us to give
Calling all our Ukrainian community members! We are hosting a weekly online mental health support group focusing on how you can manage your emotions during stressful times. The group will inform, share information and exercises which can help you handle trauma and stress during the adaptation period. The group starts on November 16 (from 5-6pm)
Thursday, November 16 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm Finch office Interpretation in Spanish is available. Need help finding a family doctor and navigating the Canadian Healthcare System? This free in-person education workshop will help newcomers to better understand what services are available in Canada and how to access them. Come to our Finch office to attend this workshop.
By Vlad Umnov “The life loves me”, says Tanya, a Ukrainian psychotherapist from Dnipro – a city 500 km from the Ukrainian capital Kiev. In 2022, when the Russian invasion began, she and her husband got into the car and drove to Poland. In July 2022, they flew to Canada by CUAET visa (Canada-Ukraine Authorization