Talking Walls- Art Exhibit

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You are cordially invited to attend our Talking Walls Exhibit. This event is funded with the support of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), and has been organized in partnership with the Hart House- University of Toronto, the Centre for Race and Culture, and York University. The purpose of this art exhibition is to showcase newcomer children and youth’s immigration …

Youth Construction Networking Event

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With the support of United Way, CultureLink along with Tridel and BOLT Foundation are hosting an interactive information session for youth ages 16 to 29 years. Designed to inspire a new generation of tradespeople and industry professionals by creating awareness about the vast and diverse career opportunities available in the construction industry. A panel of trade and industry professionals will …

Summer Youth Theatre Program

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After a busy and exciting summer at the youth center, we wanted to quickly recognize what has become a beloved tradition at Culturelink: The Summer Youth Theatre Program. For the 14th year in a row, with support from the Canadian Summer Jobs program, 15 youth were selected to participate in a collaborative Theatre Program. Staff member Isaac working with the …

CultureLink Youth Summer Theatre Program 2018

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Now that the Culturelink Youth Summer Theatre program has come to a close, it is important to reflect on all the hard work that the students and staff put into the experience. This was not your traditional show, and after some obstacles, not only did the youth still manage to put on a memorable and moving performance, but they had …

Tree for Me

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On May 27, 2018, Youth in Action hosted the Tree for Me event at CultureLink Children & Youth Centre. Tree for Me is a community-powered backyard tree planting program where Toronto residents and non-profit organizations were able to receive free native trees in order to improve the tree canopy in Toronto for future generations. This event was in support of …