JOIN US FOR A CONVERSATION WITH NEWCOMERS
Share your ideas and experiences with us on employment, health/wellness and belonging. Together, we can work towards creating a welcoming community for newcomers.
Tuesday, March 21, 2017 | 4:00 – 6:00 PM
Brantford District Labour Centre | 2nd Floor Community Room
RSVP by: March 17th
email@example.com | Ines Sousa-Batista @ 519-756-1116 x 222
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Career Networking Event for Newcomers - March 15, 2017
ARE YOU A NEWCOMER TO CANADA? ARE YOU EXPLORING YOUR CAREER OPTIONS IN BRANTFORD?
If yes, please join us for an evening of networking with local businesses and service providers in the area.
- Talk to local employers about their hiring practices
- Learn about employment services
- Learn how to start a business
- Network with business professionals
Wednesday, March 15, 2017 | 4:00 – 6:00 PM | Brantford Public Library, 3rd Floor Community Room
RSVP by: March 10th
firstname.lastname@example.org | Nasim Aziz @ 519-752-4568
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New to Brantford/Brant? Start Here!
Our Brantford/Brant Workgroup has developed a START HERE presentation and wallet card to help newcomers know where to get information about services and other amenities in our community. Our team has been delivering presentations to groups in the area to let them know about the Start Here resources.
If your group is interested in learning more about this project contact us today.
Our 2015 Council Presentations were a Success!
Presentations were made to Council in Brantford, Haldimand and Norfolk to update each municipality on our progress. The presentation focused on why "Immigration Matters" to municipalities, business and communities and asked each to continue their support. Our message was well received in all three municipalities and municipal representation on our Leadership Council and/or workgroups continues.
Thank you to Jill Halyk, Migdalia [Dally] Lowry, Camille Roberts and Eustace Orleans-Lindsay for representing GEIP. You did an amazing job presenting to Council.
[Image: Migdalia [Dally] Lowry and Jill Halyk getting ready to present at Haldimand County Council Chambers]
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Health Care Accessibility in Norfolk
The ability to access health care services is important to everyone. This document was prepared to:
- Support the increase of primary health care services to seasonal agricultural workers, newcomers/immigrants and non-English speaking individuals.
- Gather data, share information and identify specific recommendations.
- Encourage continued discussions with existing and new stakeholders interested in supporting identified recommendations.
The document was distributed to a diverse group of stakeholders including: all members of the Norfolk Health Care Accessibility Committee, municipal/provincial/federal officials, local health care providers and the Local Health Integration Network (LHIN).
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