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May 29

Some people make assumptions about 26-year-old Nada Elmasry.

They assume she is a submissive woman but she regularly stands up for herself in the face of discrimination...

May 24

The opportunity to play soccer is something many refugees and other newcomer youth in Surrey have expressed they want. The importance of soccer was even highlighted by the fact...

May 23

The annual AMSSA Diversity Awards recognize member organizations, member agencies’ staff, and their volunteers for their innovative contributions to diversity and inclusion in...

May 19

Immigrant Services Society of BC (ISSofBC) recently released their report on the settlement patterns of Syrian refugees to BC. This report is of particular interest to Surrey,...

May 18

On behalf of the Surrey Local Immigration Partnership, (LIP), the City of Surrey is looking to retain two consultants, one to support Surrey LIP newcomer youth...

May 18

On behalf of the Surrey Local Immigration Partnership, (LIP), the City of Surrey is looking to retain two consultants, one a project consultant for the Refugee...

May 17

When he was growing up, Bob McMurray had aspirations of becoming an artist. He enjoyed painting and the creative freedom that came with it. However, there was one small issue...

May 16

The Skills Training Centre at DIVERSECity Community Resources Society is offering Bank Teller Training beginning next Tuesday, May 23 and running until Thursday, May 25.

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May 13

A new plaque unveiled in Vancouver’s Chinatown Saturday commemorates the national historic significance of the Chinese neighbourhood and the role it played in welcoming...

May 11

English Language Learning (ELL), has been singled out as a one of the most important elements of immigrant and refugee settlement in Surrey. Yet, there are growing concerns...

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