New Canadian Community Centre successfully held the 17th Toronto International Senior Festival

The New Canadian Community Centre successfully held the 17th Toronto International Senior Festival with the theme of “Singing and dancing” at 105 Gibson Centre on October 7th.

The annual Toronto International Elderly Festival, as a unique brand event of the New Chinese Federation, has been widely recognized and strongly supported by all sectors of society.
On the day of the celebration, congratulatory letters were received from Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau, Ontario Governor Ford, and three-level government members from the federal, Ontario, and municipalities and regions.
At the same time, many guests chose to come to the scene during their busy schedule, send their own blessings, and integrate into the warm atmosphere of the festival.

Guests :

Mary Ng, MP

Shaun Chen, MP

Jean Yip, MP

Nirmala Armstrong, Regional Councillor

Joe Li, Regional Councillor

Norm Kelly, Councillor

Don, Hamilton Councillor

Alan Ho, Councillor

The New Canadian Community Centre is a non-profit organization approved by the Ontario government.
Since its establishment in September 2001 for more than ten years, in line with the purpose of “serving for new immigrants”, it has provided a lot of consulting information in helping new immigrants adapt to the new environment and new society, realizing homeownership and creating a new life as soon as possible.
And the direct and effective service platform has been praised by the majority of new immigrants and recognized by the government and has been funded by the federal government, the provincial government and the municipal government to become the government’s agency.
At the same time, it is constantly growing and developing. So far, it has 6 departments (18 branches) and more than 10,000 members.

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