Have you heard? Toronto Public Library is working with Toronto Newcomer Office for the city’s first annual Newcomer Day. It will take place on May 29 at Nathan Phillips Square from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
On Newcomer Day, activities will include: a formal presentation on the stage at Nathan Phillips Square to celebrate the City of Toronto’s signing of the Integrating Cities Charter, an interactive Newcomer Fair, "Speakers Corner", self-guided tours of City Hall, a visit by award-winning author Teresa Toten, Toronto Public Library information sessions, and much more. Don’t miss the first Newcomer Day!
Toronto Public Library also offers a variety of resources for newcomers. The Library Settlement Partnerships (LSP) is offered at several library branches where a settlement worker can help newcomers with their settlement needs. This is a program funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
See you on Newcomer Day!