HIPPY Book of Stories with Nazret Neguse’s story (page 38-39)- Mothering during Covid-19 Hippy Book
Category: COVID-19 and Resources
Please, find down below the latest resources for our community
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted long standing health inequalities experienced by diverse groups across Canada. The Mosaic Newcomer Family Resource Network shares how officials can better support Manitobans. Watch the interview with Shereen Denetto, Family Program Director.
Meet Shler Ali, a Settlement Worker with MOSAIC , in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She is now helping and supporting new Canadians to settle and adapt to their new life, no matter where they come from. Read her story here: newcomernavigation.ca/en/news/intern
You can hear last interview with Val Cavers on BeCause Radio on 93.7 CJNU FM to hear talking about the impact that the Winnipeg Foundation has had on our organization over the years! The Wpg Foundation is celebrating their 100th anniversary this year. We are so proud to be a part of their celebration!
Two HIPPY mothers from Winnipeg HIPPY site at Mosaic family Resource Centre joined with another 13 mothers from all across Canada and the Mothers Matter Centre team for the Mothering During COVID-19 discussions with Sophie Gregoire Trudeau and Sharon Johnston. The discussion were very informative and the participants were incredible in conveying their challenges during… Read more »
Mosaic is working in partnership with the National Newcomer Navigation Network to help newcomers to access the health care system. Check out this N4 video highlighting Mosaic as a featured partner organization.
Sharing the love – Mosaic employees in lock down. Staying connected and staying safe.
Since November 16 2020 all our Mosaic English classes are online until further notice. The office is closed but we will answer your phone calls: You can reach us at 204 774 7311. If you want to join our English classes please contact Welarc for a referral: (204) 943-5387.
All Family Programs are relationship-based (being close to your children). We respect the rights of children. We know you love your children and are good parents, but raising kids in Canada is not easy. Family Programs can help!
Tope Babalola is a local film maker and the son of Mosaic’s board member, Omena Babalola. Tope volunteered to compile a year in the life of Mosaic and make this short video for our AGM.