Updated - April 2, 2020: As a precaution, our offices in Peterborough and Northumberland are closed to the public as staff move to work offsite as of Monday, March 16 until further notice. In-person Group activities continue to be cancelled until further notice. Some group activities are moving online. Please see list of online programming here.
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The Peterborough Immigration Partnership acknowledges the ongoing struggles of racialized communities against systemic discrimination. We see you, we hear you and we stand in solidarity with you and others who…Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The New Canadians Centre honoured partners, volunteers and supporters at their 41st Annual General Meeting this evening with a special nod to a cherished friend. Executive Director…Read More
May 2020 Edition of Partnership News by the Peterborough Immigration Partnership The Workforce Development Board, a PIP Partner, hosted a research project through the Trent Community Research Centre this year exploring the economic…Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE #PtboIsMyHome – Multicultural Canada Day Festival 2020 PETERBOROUGH – Each year on July 1 the Multicultural Canada Day Festival brings our community together for a celebration of our…Read More
April 2020 Edition of Partnership News by the Peterborough Immigration Partnership Dear #Ptbo, We are #InThisTogether We are heartened and encouraged by the responsiveness of our Peterborough Immigration Partnership partners in continuing to…Read More
Each year, close to 120 newcomers are supported with their English Language learning and development through ESL groups offered for free at the New Canadians Centre. We’re deeply fortunate that…Read More
“I wouldn’t have a life without the New Canadians Centre.” That’s what Miguel Hernandez told me when I asked how the New Canadians Centre has helped him. Miguel is painting…Read More
Update – April 15: Through this project, over 600 much needed caps and headbands were sewn for frontline health workers at Peterborough Regional Health Centre. Here’s a report by Katrina…Read More
We know many of you are currently staying at home for the time being due to the pandemic. So are we. But, we can still learn about Canada! Virtually, of…Read More
Newcomer women who face barriers to integration, whether social or economic, often experience isolation and a sense of disempowerment. They are often skilled and educated, but they don’t have the…Read More
While we all stay home during the COVID-19 pandemic, it can be lonely and boring. There are some simple things we can do to help us stay focused, and keep…Read More