MCC HarmonyAn inside look at the people, programs, and projects that make our community so welcoming.
Diversity strengthens communities
April 6, 2022
In 1920, my grandfather Nate Tepperman an immigrant arrived to Canada with nothing. There was no MCC back then, no language or settlement services, and no community connections. His drive, determination and values system was passed on to future generations helping us reach our company’s 97th anniversary this year. We have 6 Guiding Principle that steer us through life, 1 of them being about strengthening our communities. We believe we have a responsibility and obligation.
MCC Harmony Through Education
January 10, 2022
The MCC Harmony Through Education scholarship program creates opportunities, fosters aspirations, and expands potentials.
With the financial support of individual donors, the program supports the education efforts of newcomers in Windsor-Essex. Through this initiative, the MCC is able to contribute to covering the cost of education-related expenses.
Nupur Jhankar: A Community Heritage
October 28, 2021
Windsor has known the Nupur Jhankar group of Indian dancers for the last 35 years. We are a fixture at the Carrousel of Nations every year and our friendships with all our communities have danced a life time.
WE MISS ALL OF YOU! PERIOD!
My MCC Feature
By: Jordan Ouellette
August 20, 2021
My name is Jordan. I’m a 20 year old living in the Drouillard Road area. I’m a brother to two siblings and six step siblings and they all look up to me. I have struggled throughout my childhood to get to where I am at today and it wasn’t easy to do but I continued to push down the broken path to come out the strongest I could be.
My brain is an immigrant – Sereine Elbalkhi
July 18, 2021
When home won’t let you stay,
and you have to get away,
it’s something you thought you would never say!
A Community Partnership Equation:
Enwin + MCC = Strength Through Diversity
May 10, 2021
Barbara Peirce Marshall, Communications Manager at Enwin Utilities explains the company’s unique partnership with the MCC and how it is propelling Enwin toward a workplace that is diverse, modern and welcoming to all.
Non-profits during COVID-19: AM800 Interview
March 30th, 2021
Pam Mady, Manger of Communications for the Multicultural Council spoke with Patty Handysides of AM800 about some of the challenges faced by non-profit organizations during COVID-19 as well as the MCC Harmony campaign undertaken by the Multicultural Council.
Essex County: Newcomers Enrich our Community
By County of Essex Warden, Gary McNamara | April 3rd, 2021
Of all the events I attend in my capacity as Warden of Essex County, Carrousel of the Nations is easily one of the most rewarding, inspiring and educational. For more than four decades it has been a movable feast, celebrating the multitude of cultures that make Windsor-Essex so diverse and dynamic and allowing locals to travel the globe without ever leaving their region.
Windsor: Our Diversity is Our Strength
By City of Windsor Mayor, Drew Dilkens | March 22nd, 2021
One of the great honours for me as Mayor is representing individuals and families from a wide range of cultures and nationalities. Windsor’s close proximity to the United States, low cost of living, prosperous economy, abundant natural areas, warm weather and friendly residents have all combined to make it a destination…
Welcome to the Multicultural Council Blog
By MCC Executive Director, Kathie Thomas | March 22nd, 2021
The mission of the Multicultural Council has always been to create a welcoming community, and one of our most treasured pursuits is to do so through community engagement. Working for and with residents and partners here in Windsor-Essex, and listening to and learning from their…