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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: As our response to the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, ICA is open to clients by appointment only. All clients will be asked health screening questions prior to coming into their meeting.
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The Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria (ICA) helps individuals and organizations to connect across cultures. We provide information, support and tools to help immigrants and refugees reach their goals. By engaging people through networks, education, employment, and arts programming we create a welcoming community.

Our Charitable Tax Registration Number is 107509838RR0001.

MAKE A DONATION TO HELP IMMIGRANTS REACH THEIR GOALS

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NEWCOMER

The Immigrant Welcome Centre provides Information and support, English classes and employment services for immigrant and refugee newcomers.

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COMMUNITY

Diversity training for organizations and businesses, Community Partnership Network, Safe Harbour program and Local Immigration Partnership.

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GET INVOLVED

Help us build cultural connections by becoming involved with ICA as a donor, volunteer, mentor, employer, sponsor of a refugee, or a CPN member.

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Recent News

A Photo Finish for ICA Youth Graduates

A Photo Finish for ICA Youth Graduates

By Robin McGeough For newcomer youth in particular, a high school diploma is a key to open many doors in their new home. “After graduating,.. Read More →
Participants Needed For Research On How Legal Problems Affect The Lives Of Immigrants

Participants Needed For Research On How Legal Problems Affect The Lives Of Immigrants

Participants Needed For Research On How Legal Problems Affect The Lives Of Immigrants The Inter-Cultural Association (ICA) is leading a study about serious legal problems.. Read More →
Let’s Talk About It: Anti-Blackness Within + Across Cultural Groups

Let’s Talk About It: Anti-Blackness Within + Across Cultural Groups

ICA is organizing a free two-part conversation that is an opportunity for the BIPOC community (Black, Indigenous, People of Colour) and people with an immigrant.. Read More →