San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Let’s Talk About It! offers participants an experiential learning journey. Topics are covered through fun and thought-provoking activities and discussion.
What is healthy living?
The five food groups and a developing a balanced diet
Identifying and managing stress
Acquiring the tools to combat loneliness
Smoking in Ontario – what are the laws?
Basic stretches and exercises from your office chair
Do you know what it means to live a healthy lifestyle? Healthy living is not only about being physically fit and eating good foods, but also about spiritual and emotional well-being. It is affected by our behaviours and habits and even by our attitude.
Healthy Living is one of the workshops in Let’s Talk About It! a series that introduces participants to many of the aspects that make up Canada’s unique culture and society. By taking part, newcomers can expect a boost in self-confidence and a greater sense of belonging in Canada.
The monthly newcomer meeting is an informal gathering for newcomers who are resettled/ sponsored through the Office for Refugees, Archdiocese of Toronto.
In these interactive informal monthly meetings, newcomers learn about health issues, culture, politics, money matters, cell phones, housing, gender roles etc as well as best practices to deal with different integration needs in their sponsor parish communities.
All sponsored/ resettled newcomers in parishes across the Archdiocese of Toronto are welcome to participate in this informal gathering.
When & Where
Office for Refugees, Archdiocese of Toronto
The Office for Refugees, Archdiocese of Toronto provides advice, support and assistance if you want to initiate a sponsorship/ resettlement. Additionally, the office works with parishes, religious orders and Catholic institutions in the Archdiocese, enabling them to participate in this rewarding program.