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Brampton Multicultural Community Centre - Brampton Multicultural Community Centre

COVID19 -- services continue by phone, email, video or other platforms; no walk-in service available at this time

Neighbourhood multi-service agency

Pathways to Settlement -- client-centred program for newcomers providing an array of services under one roof

Information and Awareness Services which helps newcomers settle including information and orientation on immigration, health, education and housing; translation and interpretation; forms filling; referrals to government and community resources ; supportive counselling for individuals and families; monthly information seminars

Navigating the Canadian Labour Market (NCLM) -- assists newcomers and internationally trained professionals become employable in Canada, and helps with job search needs to find meaningful employment
  • counsellors work closely with newcomers doing needs assessments, personalized action plans, fostering job search skills and providing pre-employment workshops and one-on-one job search coaching
  • post-program follow-up and support, job leads, networking events,
  • access to computers, printers, telephones, fax machines, photocopiers, internet
Integrated Employment Services (IESD) Program -- helps local businesses with staffing needs by providing financial incentives to employers for eligible clients
  • provides detailed needs assessment, pre-employment training, 
  • job matching services and retention support
Community Connections in School in partnership with Peel District School Board, the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board, and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada facilitates the adaptation of newly-arrived newcomers to school and community life by providing support services typically needed by newcomers in their first year in Canada, focusing on information, orientation, advocacy, referral and access

Community Connections in Library in partnership with Brampton Library and IRCC; programs include group information sessions including sessions for seniors, English conversation circles, referrals for refugee youth 14-18 years

Volunteers for Change (V4C) 
  • youth leadership project, funded in part by the Government of Canada under the Canada Service Corps program 
  • removes barriers faced by immigrant and visible minority youths and increases their level of community involvement through social action and volunteering  
  • participants complete at least 120 hours of volunteering and 40 hours of leadership training

Seniors Program -- helps seniors enhance their knowledge and skills on various topics of interest, and engages them in activities such as social interactions and outings to to Canadian cultural sites; reduces isolation by bringing older adults together in a safe environment.


Call for appointment or virtual assessment


Varies by program, focus on newcomers


Physical Access

Designated parking at entrance ; Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall