Community Connections: The People Bridge Advocacy

The SEIU-West Multicultural Mentorship Committee works with several community groups that have enriched Canada by advocating for, bridging, educating and celebrating diversity. They are really excited to share with you some information about The People Bridge Advocacy. We are impressed with the great work this group is doing to connect and empower culturally diverse communities and be the bridge between our First Nations, Métis and Inuit Peoples and Newcomers. 

Potluck and Karaoke Party to celebrate Canadian Multiculturalism Day 2023

You're invited to join the SEIU-West Multiculturalism Mentorship Committee to celebrate Canadian Multiculturalism Day with a potluck and karaoke party! Use the RSVP function here to let us know you're coming!

Families are welcome! And feel free to bring a special dish to share with other attendees!

Please note that we ask all ingredients are clearly marked on a card with any food so people may handle their dietary restrictions and/or allergies appropriately.

Prairie School for Union Women 2023

SEIU-West Education Committee is pleased to sponsor up to 6 members to attend Prairie School for Union Women from June 12-15, 2023. The Prairie School for Union Women (PSUW) offers trade union women an intensive four days of learning and sharing in a supportive environment. The goals of the school are to develop women's personal and leadership skills and to build solidarity among women workers. 


Black History Month 2023

Black History Month is a great opportunity to acknowledge the achievements of African Americans in North America. The theme for this year (2023) is “Ours to tell”. As an African diaspora and the Multicultural Mentorship Committee co-chair, I would like to reflect on the “Year of Return”, (2019) and “Beyond the Return” initiatives organized by Ghana in West Africa to recognize the 400th anniversary of the year the first slave traded Africans landed in America. 

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