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Summer is a great time to enjoy the outdoors!. Our Adult Day Services clients and staff, enjoyed a beautiful sunny day out at the Lakefront Promenade Park, Mississauga where they participated in a relaxing nature walk, fun games and musical related activities.
Hands on Exotics provide fun, positive hands-on presentations that help educate the public and dispel myths and fears about animals. They believe that meeting and interacting with animals up-close in person enhances learning and fosters a great respect for wildlife.
Demonstrating community unity, and being jointly committed to further improving & expanding services in a cooperative and deliberate manner”, Indus Community Services, Punjabi Community Health Services and Seva Food Bank held a joint Annual General Meeting at a well attended function in Mississauga recently.
Indus Community Services recently celebrated the graduation of the students of its Bridging Program for Human Resources Professionals at a well-attended ceremony at their Oakville location. Congratulations to all the graduates and we wish you well as you continue your journey!