Volunteers and translators are needed. Can you help? Do you speak other languages and are looking for ways to assist others during the COVID-19 pandemic? The Rural Pathways for Newcomer Women in Grey Bruce is developing a list of volunteers and translators that could be called upon to help those
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Are you a newcomer woman who has relocated to Bruce or Grey Counties? Or, are you an employer that hires newcomers? If so, we want to hear from you!
Are you a newcomer woman who has relocated to Bruce or Grey Counties? Or, are you an employer that hires newcomers? If so, our Pathways Project would love to hear from you. The Project is conducting surveys to better understand the needs of newcomer women and current trends with respect
Rural Pathways for Newcomer Women in Grey Bruce project is inviting visible minority newcomer and immigrant women to participate in this survey. The results will be used in developing programs to help overcome employment barriers. The survey runs till December 31, 2019. To fill out a questionnaire online, click on the
The United Way of Bruce Grey and the Welcoming Communities Grey Bruce Committee are thrilled to announce an investment of $246,576.00 from Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada in funding the Rural Pathways for Newcomer Women in Grey Bruce Project. May Ip and Olga Gura have been hired as Pathways Development
We are pleased to let you know that Making Grey Bruce Home’s online information hub (www.newcomersbrucegrey.ca) has won an International Award for Innovation from AIRS (The Alliance of Information and Referral Systems) which is the international association for the information and referral profession in Canada and the United States. The