Submitted by Steven Baileys, Community Development Coordinator
The Greater Victoria Local Immigration Partnership (GVLIP) initiative, led by ICA, is working to improve the experiences of immigrants who are living, working and participating in the Greater Victoria region. The GVLIP initiative works to connect businesses and organizations, immigrants and community stakeholders to create a meaningful immigration settlement strategy for the region.
To help us better understand your experience being an immigrant in this community, we invite you to take the GVLIP Immigrant Survey.
The anonymous information you provide will help the initiative learn how to improve immigrant’s experiences and accessibility to the region’s services and programs. With your input, we can make our community better. Information gathered will be part of a report to be released by the GVLIP in early 2016.
The 10-15 minutes to give your feedback will shape our region for you and future immigrants. The survey is now open until December 7, 2015.
To take the survey, please click here.
In addition, during the month of November, a series of focus groups will be organized to gather more in-depth feedback from immigrants. If you are interested in being part of the focus group, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We thank you in advance for participating in the survey and for your help building a more welcoming and inclusive community!
The Greater Victoria Local Immigration Project (GVLIP) is an initiative funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada. The GVLIP brings together CPN members and other local key stakeholders to promote immigration integration in our region. If your organization or business would like to learn more about or become a part of the GVLIP, please contact: email@example.com