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Making Toronto Home with Heritage Toronto

7 May / 2014
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Citizenship and Immigration Canada have partnered with Heritage Toronto to offer two new programs throughout the summer.

Free Guided Walks in May for Asian Heritage Month

To help promote intercultural understanding during Asian Heritage Month in May 2014, Citizenship and Immigration Canada has partnered with Heritage Toronto to sponsor a series of free educational walking tours to introduce both newcomers and long-time residents to unique neighbourhoods in Toronto. These include: Chinatown, Little India, Korea Town and St. James Town and the Filipino Community.  These tours are an excellent way for students and teachers to learn about the multi-ethnic Asian communities in our city.

For more information, and to register for a free tour, please visit the Heritage Toronto website

Special Free Walking Tours for LINC Students and Families

We are pleased to announce that Citizenship and Immigration Canada and Heritage Toronto have partnered to develop a new guided walking tour of Toronto with a language level targeted for learners of English as a second language. This fun and educational experience introduces newcomers to the contributions of successive waves of immigrants who have made Toronto the vibrant multicultural city it is today. “Immigration Stories: Making a Home in Old Toronto” is free of charge, and will be offered eight times between July and October.  This is an excellent way for your students to practice their English outside the classroom.

Check out the flyer for these events, and help spread the word!