Each year, the BC Career Development Association recognizes, acknowledges and honours the extraordinary accomplishments of those working in BC’s Career Development sector by nominating them for CDC awards. On March 27, and in celebration of their 20th anniversary, the BC Career Development Association held their annual conference in Vancouver, with over 500 career practitioners, settlement […]
The Harbourfront Branch of Vancouver Island Regional Library will be hosting a drop-in event for families and caregivers of young children on January 21st from 10am to 12noon. The free event is a launch of an exciting new initiative by the Greater Nanaimo Early Years Partnership (GNEYP) to promote culturally-specific literacy kits for children 0-6 […]
Nanaimo News Bulletin – October 6, 2015 Click HERE to read
Changing City. Population now older, more diverse – Spencer Anderson, Nanaimo Daily News A great feature with Hilde Schlosar & Julien Molé in this weekend’s paper! click here for story – DailyNewsNov29 2014
Please join us on December 10th as author Diane Bestwick reads from her book “and a bird sang”. To reserve your spot, contact us at (250) 753-6911 or email at email@example.com See you there!
We are very pleased to announce that beginning April 1, 2014 the majority of our services and programs for immigrants will be funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC). Previously, Settlement Services in British Columbia were contracted with the Province of BC. We look forward to working with CIC as we continue to provide the […]
What do people from outside of Canada think about our country? Kait Burgan and Go! Island Stories, Shaw TV Nanaimo talk with some new Canadians to get their impressions of life in Canada! Watch the video – and I’ll bet it makes you smile!! It really is infectious! 🙂
Today – February 27th – is Pink Shirt Day and at the Immigrant Welcome Centre we are wearing pink and joining millions of people around the world to MAKE SOME NOISE AGAINST BULLYING! To learn more about Pink Shirt Day visit the website!
INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE sees people in all parts of the world, come together to create practical acts of peace on a shared date – September 21st. Last year in Nanaimo, more than 70 people braved the heavy rain to be seen and show their support for peace by participating in a Peace Day Parade […]
From CTV News with Jett Bassi