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College Boreal

Hamilton Spectator. 
August 28, 2016

When Charles Butera meets newcomer clients at Collège Boréal's Employment Options, which helps job seekers find sustainable employment and employers find suitable employees, there is often an instant connection. Butera moved to Canada from Rwanda and he can relate to the clients' experiences. Drawing from his own journey of settlement, he helps others better understand the road to success in Canada. In turn, clients trust Butera and find inspiration.

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RBC

Hamilton Spectator. 
June 22, 2016

Moving to a new city can be exciting, but when Manish Trehan moved to Hamilton last year to join the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) as an assistant branch manager, he suddenly found himself alone. Leaving behind his personal and professional networks, Trehan was keen for opportunities to form new connections in Hamilton. Then he heard about the MOSAIC Employee Resource Group at RBC.

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Hamilton Spectator. By Judy Travis.
February 10, 2016

Every morning when I walk through Jackson Square to my office in the Hamilton City Centre, I am mesmerized by the faces I meet and the diversity in Hamilton. One in four Hamiltonians was born outside of Canada. Even the small food court at the mall reflects this, featuring cuisines from Japan to Greece to Lebanon and West Africa. People from all over the world make up our communities, contribute to our country with their global skills and experiences, and enrich our culture.

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