ICA Summer Workshops

FREE: Our Summer Workshops Begin July 8!

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Racist Incident Helpline (1-833-457-5463)

Open Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm (PT).  More information here

GVLIP Partners

Bayanihan Filipino Community Centre
BC Construction Association
BIPOC Community Salt Spring Island
Camosun College – School of Access
City of Victoria
Capital Regional District – Community Health Network
Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce
Greater Victoria Public Library
REP Here In Canada
Indigenous Perspectives Society
Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria
James Bay New Horizons
Jewish Federation of Victoria and Vancouver Island
Landscapes of Injustice Project
Masjid al Iman
North Saanich Municipality
Saanich Parks and Recreation
School District 61 – Victoria
School District 62 – Sooke
School District 63 – Saanich
South Island Prosperity Partnership

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Sport for Life Society
The Inclusion Project
University of Victoria – Community Engaged Learning
University of Victoria – Equity and Human Rights Office
University of Victoria – Psychology
University of Victoria – School of Business
University of Victoria – School of Nursing
University of Victoria – Transgender Studies
Vancouver Island Counselling Center for Immigrants and Refugees
Vancouver Island Health Authority
Vancouver Island Human Rights Coalition
Victoria Immigrant and Refugee Centre Society
Victoria Innovation, Advanced Technology & Entrepreneurship Council
Victoria Multi-Cultural Business Connector
WestShore Chamber of Commerce
West Shore Parks and Recreation
Worklink Employment Society
* In addition to 17 members of our Immigrant Advisory Team

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Feeling At Home in Victoria

Bob first landed in Edmonton in 2013 while Lathika took care of their children back home. Through Bob's work on cruise ships before moving in Canada, he had the chance to visit Victoria and believed it would be the best place to raise their two children.

Giving Back Starts At Any Age

When Callie and Karina Allen (ages 8 and 10) and Lillia White (age 10) learned about the Ukraine war at school, they wanted to help.

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The purpose of the Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria (ICA) is to support the full integration of newcomer immigrants and refugees into the social, economic and civic life of the Capital Region of British Columbia.