Keeping the Connection
For more than three decades, CultureLink has connected to newcomers and helped them connect to education, jobs and their community. Through our programs, they connect with Canadians and with other newcomers. We trust that these connections will better equip them for their new lives in Canada. 

This year, however, borders were closed. The people we serve were stuck at home. It was harder for our staff to interact with clients. The links we work so hard to form were at risk. But CultureLink adapted. We transformed our services and were able to connect remotely.

Our AGM - another point of connection between CultureLink and the community - is taking place on October 22nd. We are marking the occasion to launching our new fundraising campaigned called Keeping the Connection. Keeping the Connection celebrates the stories of the people we have helped in these unprecedent times.

We need your help to make more meaningful connections. Your donations help CultureLink continue to serve newcomers and the community in times of crisis, and prepare for whatever the future brings. Please contribute whatever you can, or share our campaign with your network. Click on the button below to donate.
Newcomers On The Move

Whether riding solo, with friends or with family, these Mississauga residents enjoyed a very special summer on wheels.
First guided by mentors, now on their own, they continue exploring scenic routes, discovering trails, staying healthy and gaining independence.
Lead It Forward

Inspired by the confidence showed by the peer leaders that guided her, Yiwen became a Peer Leader herself. She is thankful for the long-lasting friendships she has cultivated along the way, and proud to be able to use her strengths to help and inspire others.
Back Together

Never has meeting friends at the park been more exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time. After weeks of remote learning and zoom sessions, they were finally able to interact face-mask-to-face-mask, and 6 ft apart.
Nai turns 5!

In preparation for its birthday next year, CultureLink's Nai Children's Choir is reaching out to the community for support to continue doing what they do best: celebrating life, culture and diversity through music.
There is still time to RSVP for our Annual General Meeting. Join us on Thursday, October 22, 2020 at 6:00 pm via Zoom. Black tie optional.
Our Annual Report 2019-2020 is out today. The digital copy is on our website, ready to be read and shared. Follow the link below to check it out.