Program Types: Community Wellness, Drop-in, New to Canada,

Hosted by The Marginalized Majority Collective. An affirming space for newcomers to discuss and develop coping mechanisms and community supports.

  • Starts July 18, 1st and 3rd Monday of the month (except statutory holidays)
  • At The 519 [519 Church St.]
  • 6:30 to 7:45pm

Free. Drop-in, registration is not required.

RSVP at: 519nwebelong.eventbrite.ca

Session highlights:

  • emotional best practices
  • tips to address isolation and find community
  • community best practices for healing as an individual and collectively

We will share and talk about:

  • coping mechanisms,
  • migrating homophobia,
  • survivor’s remorse,
  • acceptance vs tolerance,
  • self-discovery in the pandemic world
  • Global South parents
  • and much more…

This is an affirming space:

  • for LGBTQ+ BIPOC and SWANA newcomers
  • a safe space for discussion of best practices in our community

Organized by The 519’s New to Canada team in partnership with The Marginalized Majority Collective.


BIPOC: Black, Indigenous, People of Colour

SWANA: South West Asia and North Africa


Register for this program

    Contact Program Coordinator

  • Lama Ahmed
  • They/Them
  • Coordinator, LGBTQ+ Settlement Services
  • LAhmed@The519.org

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