By Youdon Tenzin MNLCT and Humber College have collaborated under the Health for All Partnership (HAP) to reach people in our communities with high need and who do not have access to health care services. At this free and unique nurse-led health service located at our Finch office, Humber faculty and Bachelor of Nursing students […]
We are thrilled to announce that our Community Health Services, in partnership with Humber – Faculty of Health Sciences and Wellness – Bachelor of Nursing Program, opens on Tuesday, September 19. This FREE health service covers health checkups, non-urgent health concerns, health education sessions and more! We are open Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM at our
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 September 21 (from 5-6pm) and will be held every Thursday
Join us next Tuesday, September 19th for an info session on “How to Renew Your Permanent Resident Card”. ZOOM, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM Is your Permanent Resident (PR) card about to expire, or is it already expired? Do you know how to prepare an application to renew it? By participating in this info
By Claudia Porras Carmen* immigrated to Canada nine years ago, leaving behind a hectic but happy life in the Dominican Republic. Between taking care of her two children and job responsibilities, Carmen barely found time for herself, as she juggled household chores and cooked meals for her family. She mostly relied on her mother’s support.
August 23, 2023 Toronto, ON — The Mennonite New Life Centre of Toronto (MNLCT) is excited to announce the launch of our new Community of Care Mobile Application. This app is a digital space for people seeking to improve their mental well-being, build community and support one another. The platform also offers a 24/7 digital
Thursday, August 3rd, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM Are you a Permanent Resident or Convention Refuge? We invite you to participate in this online workshop about fraud prevention. You will learn how to recognize, prevent and report fraud. We will also discuss different types of frauds and how they can affect a Canadians life. At
From MNLCT’s 40 years of experience in the settlement service, we know that elements such as access to financial assistance, suitable housing, and legal support can be crucial for a smooth transition and successful integration. In this article, the Settlement Team of MNLCT will address common questions and provide information on various programs and resources
Canada is one of the most welcoming countries in the world, which also means it can open the door to scams and misunderstandings. As a result, MNLCT with 40 years of experience supporting newcomers in Canada, in line with its philosophy of compassion for newcomers, immigrants, and refugees, shares general information to assist those who write to
By Claudia Porras “When you move to Canada from Argentina, the first thing you realize is that you are in a northern country. And everything around you is different, including the language. Everyone speaks English. And it’s not easy to realize that you don’t understand anything.” Soledad has already experienced many transformations in her life.