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.
You may be aware that February 21st is Canada’s Family Day, but did you know it is also International Mother Language Day? We spoke with members of the GGP community about their relationship to their mother language. You will hear from parents teaching their language to their children and interpreters from our Cultural Health Navigator program who know exactly how vital shared language can be.
Emmanuel Anglican Church spreads Christmas cheer to refugee clients through gift cards toward food security.
Not only has Mount Royal Mennonite Church (MRMC) contributed much to GGP in recent months, but we’ve been connected with the MRMC community since before GGP’s inception. This blog post written by our friend Elaine Harder tells the story.
We’re also asking for your support to raise $5,000 for GGP’s Refugee Resettlement Fund by December 31st. If you support the work we do, please consider making a donation today.
Hear from Farkhonda, a newly arrived Afghan refugee, about escaping Afghanistan, arriving to Saskatoon, joining GGP programs, and what she wants Saskatoon to know.