This month we will conclude our 2-Year Elder Care Research Project with a "Bridging the Gap" Planning Forum on June 15, 2016 which is also the International day for Elder Abuse Awareness. For this forum, we have invited a number of policymakers, government officials and service provider organizations to engage with the findings and recommendations proposed by our project and to discuss the next steps in addressing elder care in the Chinese community.
A reminder, our Annual General Meetingis on June 18, 2016 of which a number of you have already registered for. Following the AGM will be an engaging panel discussion on worker's rights in the Chinese community. Please join us for this important discussion by RSVP'ing with Melissa Lai at email@example.com
As for the Chinatown Walking Tour that was originally scheduled on June 19, we've had to unfortunately postpone it. We apologize to those who had already registered and we will provide an update as soon as the event becomes rescheduled.
On June 22, will be the 10th anniversary of the Chinese Head Tax & Exclusion Act Redress. In partnership with the Metro Toronto Chinese & Southeast Asian Legal Clinic, Mayor John Tory and Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam, we will host a proclamation event and roundtable discussion. For more info, see details above. Join us to commemorate the sacrifices and contributions of Chinese Canadians to our nation.
In partnership with CATIE, on June 24, 2016 we have an Immigrant Health and Hepatitis C workshop at University Settlement. This will be an informative workshop on Hepatitis C and knowing the differences between Hep A & B. For details of the workshop, please refer to the flyer below.
And now onto a few exciting announcements!
We have two new upcoming projects! The first is a Chinese Seniors' Storytelling Workshop Projectfunded by the New Horizons for Seniors Program, Government of Canada. This project will involve a group of Chinese seniors in a series of storytelling workshops using visual art and food. The purpose of this workshop series is to provide a space where Chinese seniors can freely express themselves and build relationships with one another. There will be a final event where the community will be invited to celebrate their artistic creations and stories. This project is a partnership with ALPHA Education and ArtHeart Community Art Centre will be providing the visual art studio/kitchen venue.
The second project is the East Asian Youth Civic Activism & Wellness Project funded by Ontario Trillium Foundation. This is a one year project in partnership with ALPHA Education that will take place at 3 secondary schools where 3 groups of youth will develop communication skills, critical thinking, explore mental health wellness and create community-based projects of their own.
We look forward to giving you more updates about these two projects so stay tuned.
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我们将会开展两个新项目。第一个项目是由加拿大政府的老人新地平线计划资助的华裔老人故事会，我们将在华裔老人中通过视觉艺术和美食开展老人故事会系列活动，本活动主旨是为老人提供一个自由表达自己情感和建立彼此友谊的机会，项目结束我们将会邀请社区成员一起来庆祝并分享老人家们在项目中的艺术创作和故事。 本项目和ALPHA 教育共同举办， 由 ArtHeart Community Art Centre 提供视觉艺术和厨房空间。