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PNSG Collaborative’s Reports

During its work over the last couple of years, the PNSG Collaborative has produced reports related to newcomer settlement and inclusion in the Peel community. The reports provide insights about PNSG’s work related to newcomer settlement and inclusion.

Cooksville: Mapping of Neighbourhood Programs and Services

Cooksville, Mississauga, has 32 mainstream and 35 settlement, ethno-specific/cultural organizations and faith-centres.

For a detailed description of the agencies, types of services available and funding sources in the Cooksville/Dixie-Bloor/Mississauga City Centre area, please click here to access a data sheet >>

The following links have the Cooksville Maps that identify services in the neighbourhood: Map 1 shows the percentage of recent immigrants (2006 Census) living in Cooksville (Postal Codes L4W, L4X, L4Y, L5A, L5B) and the location of various mainstream organizations/agencies including major hospitals/community health centres, public/Catholic schools, colleges, recreation centres and libraries. Please click here to access the map >>

Map 2 shows the percentage of recent immigrants (2006 Census) living in this neighbourhood in relation to the location of settlement, ethno-specific/cultural organizations and faith-based places. Please click here to access the map >>

(Disclaimer: Information was sourced from agency/organizational websites, staff/volunteer members and Peel Community Information Database in March 2012. Whilst efforts were made to ensure the listings are as comprehensive as possible, it is not exhaustive.)

 

Hurontario: Mapping of Neighbourhood Programs and Services

Hurontario, Mississauga, has 35 mainstream and 41 settlement, ethno-specific/cultural organizations and faith-centres.

For a detailed description of the agencies, types of services available and funding sources, please click here to access a data sheet >>

The following links have the Hurontario Maps that identify services in the neighbourhood: Map 1 shows the percentage of recent immigrants (2006 Census) living in Hurontario (Postal Codes L5R, L5Z) and the location of various mainstream organizations/agencies including major hospitals/community health centres, public/Catholic schools, colleges, recreation centres and libraries. Please click here to access the map >>

Map 2 shows the percentage of recent immigrants (2006 Census) living in this neighbourhood in relations to the location of settlement, ethno-specific/cultural organizations and faith-based places. Please click here to access the map >>

(Disclaimer: Information was sourced from agency/organizational websites, staff/volunteer members and Peel Community Information Database in March 2012. Whilst efforts were made to ensure the listings are as comprehensive as possible, it is not exhaustive.)

 

Streetsville: Mapping of Neighbourhood Programs and Services

Streetsville, Mississauga, has 49 mainstream and 23 settlement, ethno-specific/cultural organizations and faith-centres.

For a detailed description of the agencies, types of services available and funding sources, please click here to access a data sheet >>

The following links have the Streetsville Maps that identify services in the neighbourhood: Map 1 shows the percentage of recent immigrants (2006 Census) living in Streetsville (Postal Code L5M ) and the location of mainstream organizations/agencies including major hospitals/community health centres, public/Catholic schools, colleges, recreation centres and libraries. Please click here to access the map >>

Map 2 shows the percentage of recent immigrants (2006 Census) living in this neighbourhood in relation to the location of settlement, ethno-specific/cultural organizations and faith-based places. Please click here to access the map >>

(Disclaimer: Information was sourced from agency/organizational websites, staff/volunteer members and Peel Community Information Database in March 2012. Whilst efforts were made to ensure the listings are as comprehensive as possible, it is not exhaustive.)

 

Meadowvale: Mapping of Neighbourhood Programs and Services

Meadowvale, Mississauga, has 43 mainstream and 43 settlement, ethno-specific/cultural organizations and faith-centres.

For detailed description of the agencies, types of services available and funding sources, please click here to access a data sheet >>

The following links have the Meadowvale Maps that identify services in the neighbourhood: Map 1 shows the percentage of recent immigrants (2006 Census) living in Meadowvale (Postal Code L5N L5W) and the location of various mainstream organizations/agencies including major hospitals/community centres, public/Catholic schools, colleges, recreation centres and libraries. Please click here to access the map >>

Map 2 shows the percentage of recent immigrants (2006 Census) living in this neighbourhood in relation to the location of settlement, ethno-specific/cultural organizations and faith-based places. Please click here to access the map >>

(Disclaimer: Information was sourced from agency/organizational websites, staff/volunteer members and Peel Community Information Database in March 2012. Whilst efforts were made to ensure the listings are as comprehensive as possible, it is not exhaustive.)

 

Malton: Mapping of Neighbourhood Programs and Services

Malton, Mississauga, has 20 mainstream and 24 settlement, ethno-specific/cultural organizations and faith-centres.

For a detailed description of the agencies, types of services avaialbale and funding sources, please click here to access a data sheet >>

The following links have the Malton Maps that identify services in the neighbourhood: Map 1 shows the percentage of recent immigrants (2006 Census) living in Malton (Postal Codes L4T, L5T) and the location of various mainstream organizations/agencies including major hospitals/community health centres, public/Catholic schools, colleges, recreation centres and libraries. Please click here to access the map >>

Map 2 shows the percentage of recent immigrants (2006 Census) living in this neighbourhood in relation to the location of settlement, ethno-specific/cultural organizations and faith-based places. Please click here to access the map >>

(Disclaimer: Information was sourced from agency/organizational websites, staff/volunteer members and Peel Community Information database in March 2012. Whilst efforts were made to ensure the listings are as comprehensive as possible, it is not exhaustive.)

 

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