- Skeena Diversity Society provides a variety of programs and services for immigrants. Let us assist you/your family with any questions, needs or community connections to help improve your life in Terrace and Canada:
- Find employment resources and connect to the
- Navigate the school system and education programs
- Understand available health services
- Engage with the community through clubs, events
and cultural or sporting activities
- Find churches and other faith-based organizations
- Learn about local shopping options and savings
- Explore housing options
and much more
- Get involved in your community and practice your English:
- Gain local experience by volunteering
- Connect with our network of people from all around
- Contact us today to schedule get started.
Funding for these programs is generously provided by the Government of Canada - Citizenship and Immigration of Canada (CIC) and the Province of British Columbia (BC) to deliver settlement services in Terrace and area.
|welcome centre - skeena diversity centre
- Skeena Diversity Centre is located in downtown Terrace - 4617 Lazelle Ave.
Skeena Diversity Centre Hours
Mon - Fri: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
4617 Lazelle Ave, Terrace
Skeena Diversity Society organizes events that promote understanding of multiculturalism and diversity in the community and encourages celebrations of our uniqueness while building a vibrant inclusive community.
| Tastes of Terrace - August 5, 2017
Learning through tasting, this event which was created by Skeena Diversity, The event will be celebrating its 8 tasty years. Maps are $15/each and will be available shortly from Misty River Books, George Little House and Skeena Diversity Centre.
| Skeena Stories: Strangers No More
What is the best way to overcome prejudice and fear? We believe it is getting to know each other. That was the driving force behind this unique book project.
Skeena Diversity Society gathered nearly one hundred stories, photos and artwork of Terrace's past and present residents that was published in 2008.
The book can be purchased at Misty River Books and Skeena Diversity Cente.. More about the book.
| Community Dialogue
A dialogue is an excellent tool for any gathering. It allows participants to share stories, listen to each other and often come up with new creative ideas. Key factor of a successful dialogue is the creation of a safe and inclusive environment.
| Youth Engagement
Mentoring, creating new friendships and youth leadership, Skeena Diversity Society is committed to offering youth forums, workshops and other opportunities to share ideas, take a stand against bullying, racism, and celebrate differences while making new friends.
Youth Voices 2008 began as a Grade 7 Forum that was held in Feb 2008. Students from Terrace/Thornhill schools came together for a day full of activities and dialogue.
Funding for this project was provided by the Settlement and Multiculturalism Branch, Ministry of Attorney General and Minister Responsible for Multiculturalism.
| "My Story" Writing Contest, Faces of Terrace
We received over 50 entries from as young as 6 years old all the way to experienced 73.