The New Canadians Centre (NCC) and the Peterborough Immigration Partnership (PIP) are developing new strategic plans and we want to hear from you!
As a member of our community, your insight is important to us as we determine our focus and priorities for the coming years.
On a chilly winter evening in December, Edris Mohamad arrived in Peterborough from Sudan. With the help of kind community members who left warm winter clothing and a beautiful welcome…Read More
June 2021 Edition of Partnership News by the Peterborough Immigration Partnership At the start of May, the New Canadians Centre launched the HOBBI (Home-Based Business Incubator) Program. The 10-week skills training program is…Read More
At this time of the year, we spotlight our volunteers and partners whose support has been invaluable in a year marked by uncertainty. They are the backbone of our organisation,…Read More
The New Canadians Centre (NCC) and the Peterborough Immigration Partnership (PIP) are developing new strategic plans and we want to hear from you! As a member of our community, your…Read More
“I learned that you should always tell your stories, even if you are shy. It helps you by laughing and someone can learn about your experiences” says 11-year old Jorge…Read More
In November 2020, amidst the pandemic, six bright high school students decided they wanted to challenge themselves and help others. They came together as the New Canadians Centre’s Young Leaders…Read More
April 2021 Edition of Partnership News by the Peterborough Immigration Partnership Guest Post by: Kate Story The local Precarious Festival was born in 2017. The multi-artist weeks-long events have arguably become one of Peterborough’s…Read More
In 2016, the New Canadians Centre partnered with Robert Boudreau of the SPARK Photo Festival to launch the Newcomer Photography Project. The goal was to inspire newcomers to explore and…Read More
The New Canadians Centre denounces violence perpetrated against racialised members of our communities. The rising tide of anti-Asian racism since the pandemic began, the violence against Asian women in Atlanta…Read More
February 2021 Edition of Partnership News by the Peterborough Immigration Partnership There’s a story in each of us. Uncovering and telling that story can help us relate, connect, heal, and build bridges of…Read More
This week was a very special one for the New Canadians Centre and Peterborough’s newest Canadian Citizens. Almost four years ago, Husam Eshhadeh, his wife Noura and daughter Bayan arrived…Read More
Celebrating Music and Dance from Around the World at the New Canadians Centre’s Virtual Winter Celebration Party
Every December, we look forward to coming together with our community for the Winter Celebration Party. Traditionally held at Market Hall, the event attracts close to 100 people each year for…Read More