GGP is excited to launch its first ever Work Experience Project! In partnership with the Government of Saskatchewan, this Project provides up to a 4-month, paid work experience and matches employers with jobseekers among the GGP clientele.
JumpStart’s Community Development Grant and the City of Saskatoon’s WintercityYXE Micro-Grant allow us to provide free instruction and brand-new skates and helmets to newcomers of all ages! Having this new skill and the necessary equipment will help newcomers enjoy Canadian winter for years to come.
One of our Case Coordinators tells us about her first winter in Saskatoon. From winter driving to dressing up like “an astronaut” to go for a walk.
Hear from Farkhonda, a newly arrived Afghan refugee, about escaping Afghanistan, arriving to Saskatoon, joining GGP programs, and what she wants Saskatoon to know.
Beginning this September, GGP starts a new program specifically aimed at connecting young newcomer adults in their 20s and 30s through fun and social networking. It’s called GGP Meet Up! […]
Want to go camping this summer but don’t have gear? Borrow a tent and sleeping mats from GGP!
Watch, hear, and read about GGP’s impact in our 2020-2021 Annual Report!
Breaking Ground was essential for me to meet people, make friends, and have fun in the meantime. It also helped me understand how the Canadian job market works and how […]
My name is Hanh Le. I am a client of the Global Gathering Place and a former student. I am glad to say big thanks to all teachers, staff, and […]
I would like to thank you for always being there for us. I want to thank Muna for assisting me and my family with the application for travel documents and also submitting our citizenship applications. I applied last year […]