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Newcomer Forum: Panel Discussion on Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion 9:00 am
Newcomer Forum: Panel Discussion on Immigration, Diversity and Inclusion @ The Robby
Oct 11 @ 9:00 am – 11:30 am
The Niagara Folk Arts Multicultural Centre will be hosting a distinguished panel to discuss immigration, diversity and inclusion in our local communities. As a critical stakeholder, the Centre is inviting everyone in the community to listen and ask questions to panelists: Chris Bittle. Elected Member of Parliament for St. Catharines. Livianna Tossutti. Associate Professor of Political Science at Brock University. Emily Kovacs. Niagara Folk Arts’ new Executive Director. Mohamed Al-Jumaily. Community activist running for Regional Council in St. Catharines. Walter Sendzik. Mayor of St. Catharines. Event format will include a brief panelist presentation, and a discussion moderated by Yusuf Al-Harazi, Mentorship Coordinator of the Niagara Folk Arts Multicultural Centre, followed by a Q&A period with the audience. Doors open at 9 am. Lights refreshments will be provided. Parking available off Raymond Street – Use only parking spaces between “yellow” lines. This event is hosted by the Niagara Folk Arts Multicultural Centre.
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Survey: Internationally Trained Professionals in Niagara
Survey: Internationally Trained Professionals in Niagara @ Online
Oct 31 all-day
Have international training, living in Niagara, and hoping to re-enter your career in Canada? Help the Welland Heritage Council & Multicultural Centre’s new program, Niagara Foreign Credential Recognition, by completing their survey during the month of October.

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Survey: Internationally Trained Professionals in Niagara @ Online
Oct 31 all-day

Have international training, living in Niagara, and hoping to re-enter your career in Canada?

Help the Welland Heritage Council & Multicultural Centre’s new program, Niagara Foreign Credential Recognition, by completing their survey during the month of October.

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