Mosaic is hiring English as a Second Language Teachers: (CLB 1,2 class pm). Please see the details (pdf) and email résumé and cover letter. Job Posting (Term Position) Mosaic – Newcomer Family Resource Network is a not-for-profit agency assisting in the settlement of newcomers to Winnipeg by providing community-based English as an Additional Language programmes that… Read more »
Mosaic’s Summer 2022 Family Program has very exciting programs lined up for this season. This Spring we are running 15 programs. Check out our new Summer 2022 Schedule for Family Programs and we are looking forward to meeting all of you there!
Zuher Almusre, a civic journalist from Civic Platform – U Multicultural, came to visit Mosaic last week. He interviewed some of our staff and students. Please, take a look!
Red Dress Day and the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) – May 5th Please find more information and fact sheet: https://www.nwac.ca/resource/fact-sheet-missing-and-murdered-aboriginal-women-and-girls/
Mosaic’s Spring 2022 Family Program has very exciting programs lined up for this season. This Spring we are running 15 programs. Check out our new Spring 2022 Schedule for Family Programs and we are looking forward to meeting all of you there!
Violence against women in Canada is on the rise. We can all make a difference to end violence against women in Canada and around the world. Here are some interesting facts, they are available in different languages below.
Bell Let’s Talk is pleased to support the Mosaic Newcomer Family Resource Network as they work to improve access to mental health services for newcomer refugee families in Manitoba,” said Mary Deacon, Chair of Bell Let’s Talk. Mosaic is offering programs to promote mental health and well-being called, “Thriving In a New Home.” The programs… Read more »
On November 30, we celebrated the Grand opening of our second Family Resource Centre at Knox Church (400 Edmonton Street) . It is a great space for parents to interact with their children. At the Centre we offer drop-in and scheduled programming for all families with young children aged zero to five including activities for… Read more »
On Canada Day, step back, reflect, and act. Non-Indigenous people — here’s what you can do, right now
We asked our employees, participants, and volunteers what this past year was like for them