Projects

Migrant Sex Workers Legal Training Project (2017 – 2018)
Migrant Sex Workers Legal Training Project This project is a partnership with Butterfly (Asian Migrant Sex Workers Support Network), St. Stephen’s Community House
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Chinese Grocery Store Worker Project – Improving Work in the Ethnic Economy (2017 – 2018)
Chinese Grocery Store Worker Project – Improving Work in the Ethnic Economy This is a 18-month partnership project with OCASI
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Live Well, Take Action: Ambassador Program for East Asian Youth (2017)
Live Well, Take Action: Ambassador Program for East Asian Youth aims to enhance the lives of East Asian youth by fostering
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Chinese Workers’ Rights Ambassador Project (2015 – Ongoing)
Chinese Workers’ Rights Ambassador Project (2015 – Ongoing) This project aims to extend the work of CCNCTO’s Chinese Workers’ Rights:
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Chinese Seniors’ Storytelling Workshop (2016)
Chinese Seniors’ Storytelling Workshop (2016) About: The Chinese Seniors’ Storytelling Workshop series was a new initiative created by CCNCTO and
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Toronto Civic Literacy Collaborative Project (2014 – 2016)
Toronto Civic Literacy Collaborative Project (2014 – 2016) In partnership with Social Planning Toronto, the Toronto Civic Literacy Collaborative (TCLC) Project was
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Conversations on Being Chinese Canadian (2014)
Conversations on Being Chinese Canadian (2014) About: This was a facilitated discussion group, led by Jaclyn Wong and Ann Yu,
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Hepatitis C Prevention in the Chinese Community (2014 – 2016)
Hepatitis C Prevention in the Chinese Community (2014 – 2016) CCNCTO worked in partnership with CATIE, Canada’s source for HIV and
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Elder Care Research Project (2014 – 2016)
Understanding Tensions in Elder Care among Chinese Families in Toronto (2014 – 2016) A two-year community-based research project was conducted
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Chinese Workers’ Rights Project: Train the Trainer (2013—2014)
Chinese Workers’ Rights Project: Train the Trainer (2013—2014) This project trained a group of 40+ Mandarin-speaking newcomers about workers rights
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