Immigration Quick Look

Burnaby has been often described as one of the most diverse cities in Canada. Statistics shows: Burnaby is home to the fourth-largest immigrant population in BC. Half (50%) of Burnaby’s...

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Poster Contest: Coalition Against Racism and Hate

The Burnaby Together – Coalition Against Racism and Hate work with member organizations in the community to develop projects to promote multiculturalism, address racism and discrimination to make Burnaby become a more...

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Make Your Voice Count – Take the Survey

Burnaby Public Library is planning for the next four years, and we need your help. The survey has 9 questions and will take 10 to 15 minutes to complete. The...

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Report: 2017 BIPT Community Forum

The theme for this year’s forum was inspired by the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Final Report and Calls to Action, which lay out reconciliation responsibilities for all...

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Serving LGBTQ2S+ Newcomers: A Community Forum

Brought to you by BIPT, Burnaby School District #41, PeerNetBC, Rainbow Refugee and Qmmunity With our ongoing commitment to building an exceptionally welcoming and inclusive city, the BIPT along with...

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Category: Employment

Nominees sought for awards honouring Canada’s most inspiring immigrants

Nominations are open for the 10th annual RBC Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards. This coveted national award recognizes the achievements and accomplishments of Canadian Immigrants. It seeks to uncover and...

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