news & updates
April 2019 | Vol 7, Issue 1
News from our offices
Vote for us!
We're delighted to announce that the ANC has been nominated as Top Settlement Agency in Canada as part of the RBC Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards.
Cast your vote online here. There's one vote per e-mail address, so make it count!
Multiculturalism Week
In the second half of March, the ANC participated in Multiculturalism Week activities in every corner of the province.
Our LINC ESL Training Centre in St. John's hosted a Global Tour: have a look at some photos!
See Facebook for what satellite offices and their community partners were doing in Central, the Labrador Straits, Labrador West (clue: Zumba), Corner Brook (Canada Reads!), and Happy Valley-Goose Bay.
"We are ready to give back"
Students at our ESL Training Centre raised more than $1600 for the Janeway Children's Hospital. When asked why they wanted to do this, the reply was simple. "We want to give back and we want to let the people of St. John's know that we are here to help too."

Read more here.
Annual Report
Our Annual report for fiscal year 2017-18 is online now.

Bridging the Divide
15 ANC students are learning how to put their farming experience to work in their new home. Bridging the Divide brings immigrant skills and the province's need for food security together.
Read the news release and see photos of a visit to Murray's Garden Centre on our website.
ANC in the News
Our Settlement Workers in the Schools team met up with Zach Goudie from CBC at St. Andrews' Elementary, and this delightful story on Here and Now was the result. Read the web version here.
We are proud to be one of 10 Canadian organizations selected by LIFT Philanthropy Partners to be part of the Better Beginnings, Bigger Impact initiative.
The initiative was created to help 10 organizations deliver real change in the lives of Canadian newcomers. 
Read the full release here .
The Diversity and Outreach team hosted a series of business roundtables in 10 locations in the province. Watch the NTV story here; read the VOCM story here.