Canoeing adventure for Culturelink’s youth

Naadiya Sharmarke Uncategorised, Youth News, Youth Zone

CultureLink’s youth ages 12-29 participated in this amazing canoeing event organized by Youth in Action in collaboration with Sankofa and held on September 20, 2019. We appreciate the support of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, the City of Toronto, and Park People who made this event possible, providing youth with their first opportunity to experience Canoeing in Canada. Park People …

Youth In Arts’s partnership with the University of Toronto Hart House Literacy

Naadiya Sharmarke Uncategorised, Youth News, Youth Zone

Congratulations on your well-deserved success Awais! Youth In Arts Program established an amazing partnership with the University of Toronto Hart House Literacy and Library Committee to run a book contest. Newcomer youth had the opportunity to read two books within three weeks to improve their English skills and for a chance to win gift cards. The youth attended three drop …

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The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award

Ximena Marky Youth News

The Community Services Department is proud to announce that CultureLink’s Children and Youth Centre has become a Unit Award for the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award – THE WORLD’S LEADING YOUTH ACHIEVEMENT AWARD FOR CANADIAN YOUTH! The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award is a global non-formal education framework which challenges young people to discover their potential and find their purpose, …

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The Youth Leadership Program (YLP)

Abdi Youth News, Youth Zone

The Youth Leadership Program (YLP) is an educational and leadership initiative propelled by the UN Refugee Agency – Canada (UNHCR). The project is to be implemented in collaboration with CultureLink’s Community Services Department. This project was successfully launched on June 20, 2019. The purpose of this initiative is to create an educational opportunity to engage young people ages 18 to …

Artegration Makes Impact

Glen Syrian-related News, Uncategorised, Youth News

Artegration has grown sporadically over the last year and has planted its roots in many different areas throughout Toronto. The program continues to offer arts, homework help, leadership and recreational sessions in many different areas and successfully serving newcomer Syrian children between the ages of 6-12. In collaboration with the Nai Children’s Choir, the Artegration program offers programming at COSTI’s …