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ACCT Annual Iftar

Aug 18, 2017

50 Transit Customer Service Positions

Mar 14, 2017
50 Transit Customer Service Positions! Friday March 17 at 1:00pm Location: 595 Parliament Street, Main Floor, Toronto, M4X 1P9

Free Teen Shopping Days @ New Circles

Mar 14, 2017
New Circles Community Service Clothes Donation New Circles Community Services is a not-for-profit, grassroots agency that builds strong and caring communities by providing basic necessities to those living in poverty. We provide much-needed clothing, social programs, and skill building opportunities to individuals living on a low-income, with a focus on residents of Thorncliffe Park, Flemingdon Park, Victoria Village, and Taylor-Massey (including ...

Women’s Day Celebration Main office

Mar 12, 2017
The ACCT celebrated the International Women's Day on March 8th at the Civic Centre- Etobicoke. A big number of ladies attended the festival and different interesting activities went through with gifts to the attendees.Mrs.Huda Bukhari(the Executive Director) shed the light on the importance of the women's role in society through a speech to the attendees.

Women’s Day Celebration Scarborough office

Mar 9, 2017
The Arab Community Centre of Toronto and newcomers ladies celebrated international women's day in the Scarborough office. Activities for children have been done with the help of our newcomers youth volunteers and the songs by the newcomers choir.

Scarborough Expansion

Mar 6, 2017
In the presence of the MP Salma Zahed and in collaboration with Tzu Chi Foundation, the ACCT proudly opened the expansion of the new office in Scarborough at 1855 Lawrence Ave E. A huge number of families, seniors, youth and kids attended the event and enjoyed the different activities. Toys were distributed to kids and lots of donations were distributed by ...
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Jun 24, 2016
The Arab Community Centre of Toronto believes in the the importance of connecting newcomers with their established community partners. During their period of resettlement Newcomers family’s may feel homesick, isolated, or even disconnected with the values and traditions they were raised and accustomed to love and respect. During the settlement it is important to assist newcomers to build new social networks within their new community, ...