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Black History Month 2021

February is Black History Month, a time to celebrate the numerous achievements that Canadians of African descent have contributed to this great homeland. Over the following four weeks, we will focus on a number of prominent Black Canadians who have…

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#AskMNLCT Session 7

Time to look forward to our next exciting and informative webinar! #AskMNLCT: Housing and Tenant Rights Be sure to join us on Wednesday, October 14th at 1:00 PM (ET) for our live online chat. Register here for the webinar chat to…

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#AskMNLCT Session 6

Time to look forward to our next exciting and informative webinar! #AskMNLCT: New English Language Classes (LINC) Be sure to join us on Wednesday, September 9th at 11:00am for our live online chat. Register here for the webinar chat to…

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#AskMNLCT Session 5

After our previous successful webinars, we're already ramping up for the next one! #AskMNLCT: Bridging Your Career in Times of Crisis Read the Q&As for this week online now, then join us on Thursday, May 28 at 1:00pm for our live…

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#AskMNLCT Session 4

After our previous successful webinars, we're already ramping up for the next one! #AskMNLCT: Managing Conflicts and Financial Constraints in a Pandemic Read the Q&As for this week online now, then join us on Thursday, May 21 at 1:00pm for…

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#AskMNLCT Session 3

After our previous successful webinars, we're already ramping up for the next one! #AskMNLCT: Creating Stability in Uncertain Times Read the Q&As for this week online now, then join us on Thursday, May 14 at 1:00pm for our live online…

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#AskMNLCT Session 2

After our first successful webinar this week, we're already ramping up for the next one! #AskMNLCT: Schooling During COVID-19 Read the Q&As for this week online now, then join us on Thursday, May 7 at 1pm for our live online…

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Announcing #AskMNLCT

We're thrilled to share the first edition of a new weekly communication, #AskMNLCT, featuring answers to the questions our teams hear most each week. #AskMNLCT: Your COVID-19 Questions Answered Read the Q&As for this week online now, then join us…

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Annual Report 2021

During 2021, as the global pandemic continued to impact our communities in various socio-economic ways, it was especially important to everyone at the MNLCT to embrace a compassionate care approach. Anyone who sought out our services would be greeted and…

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#AskMNLCT: Arriving and Thriving in Canada

Are you a recently arrived refugee or displaced person? Are you thinking of moving to Canada and want to make informed decisions? Or maybe you're supporting someone in these situations? On May 10, 2022, our expert panellists in immigration law, settlement, wellness, and employment guided newcomers in starting their new life in Canada on a solid foundation. Continue Reading #AskMNLCT: Arriving and Thriving in Canada
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In this edition (Winter 2022): Last Chance to Join She-Covery Program | Join us at Job Connect Café | Services Available in Dari/Pashto | Inspiring Career Stories: Ruth’s Story | Event Calendar | MNLCT Newcomer Support App | Help Newcomers Make Canada Home

Last Chance to Join our She-Covery Program! The She-Covery Program offers employment training and learning labs that can assist unemployed and underemployed women with long-term and short-term career planning. Learn essential employability skills and take your career to the next level. Life and…

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