Thu-itstuhw tun shqwalawun – be truthful with your feelings Nanum 'Iyus Tth'ele, a partnership of Quw’utsun' Elders and youth, the City of Duncan, Cowichan Intercultural Society, Duncan United Church, and the Downtown Duncan BIA, seeks artist submissions for a mural celebrating Quw'utsun' heritage, teachings, and resilience.

Are you an immigrant or refugee in Canada? Do you want to learn English? Do you want to learn about Canadian culture? Do you want to mix with other newcomers and make friends? Read more about the LINC Program!

We are here to help immigrants and refugees adjust to a new life in Canada. We know which questions you need to ask and we have the resources to get you started on the path to integration.

We envision a future with equity and inclusion for all in the Cowichan Valley and beyond. There are many ways to support us in our mission, including supporting our settlement services, anti-racism work, and youth leadership programs.

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The Cowichan Intercultural Society (CIS) is a Canadian registered charitable organization.

We have been serving the Cowichan Valley Region since 1981. Currently, CIS has 18 active community service programs, 12 board members, 20 staff members, and over 150 volunteers. CIS is the leading community resource for immigrant settlement services, and for education and awareness in developing welcoming and inclusive communities.

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