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Media Inquiries:

For all media inquires contact:

Quinton Gordon,
Manager – Strategic Engagement

Email: qgordon@icavictoria.org

Mobile: 250.882.4169


Read Our Latest Media Release

Douglas Magazine

‘Anti-Racism at Work is Everyone’s Job’ is the theme of a new media campaign aimed at encouraging everyone to speak up against racism at work, especially white colleagues, managers, directors, and leaders who are presently quiet, hesitant, or unsure how to respond.

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Interim CEO, Winnie Lee, speaks to the Victoria Foundation’s 2022 Vital Signs Report and how we help newcomers to the Capital Region to establish a sense of belonging in the community.

CBC Radio

Paulina Grainger speaks with Robyn Burns about a new anti-racism program run by ICA, a program that she believes can help make a great impact if people participating are genuinely committed to educating themselves.





Capital Daily Podcast

ICA Victoria Reimagines Diversity Training
The Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria has taken new steps to offer a more intense and in-depth diversity training course. They aim to help businesses create equitable workplaces for the modern world. Today, we learn about the program, and why it’s so important.


Capital Daily

Racism is a Victoria problem:  A new report, spearheaded by the Greater Victoria Local Immigration Partnership (GVLIP) and the Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria (ICA), found that 71% of Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour personally experienced regular instances of racism in Victoria over the past five years

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Everything is hard for us: Newcomers find arrival in Canada complicated by COVID-19

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Victoria News

Thousands of families are separated amid travel and movement restrictions during the pandemic

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Victoria News

The Inter-Cultural Association is going digital to comply with COVID-19 standards

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Immigrant Welcome Centre

From housing and education to employment services, ICA’s Settlement Services team can help newcomers navigate and connect with important resources and support.

Learn English (LINC)

Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) provides English language training from beginner to advanced levels for adult newcomers to Canada. LINC is funded by the Government of Canada and is FREE for eligible students.

Employment Services

Whether you are a newcomer to Canada or an immigrant who has been here for many years, our Employment Services team can assist with job search and skills training programs to help you find work in the Canadian job market.