Free Guided Tour at Evergreen Brick Works

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Bike Host 2018 – A Program for Newcomers

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Volunteer for Bike Host 2018

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NEATwalks

FREE Guided Tours and Activities: A great way to get first-hand experience Canada’s outdoor, sports and winter culture! NEAT (Newcomers Explore and Appreciate Toronto), a unique mentorship program designed to help new immigrants/ convention refugees gain hands-on “Canadian Work” experience in event planning and project management. Newcomers are matched with mentors for a period of 4-6 months and work as a …