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Serving Community Since 2009


                           About Us
GLOBAL Multicultural Community Services Society (GMCSS), is a registered non-profit organization that offers a variety services and programs to immigrants and refugees in order to assist in their settlement and integration in Canada. We offer a wide range of services to new immigrants enabling them to connect to a better future in Canadian society.

GLOBAL Multicultural Community Services Society (GMCSS) is incorporated under the Societies Act (1976). A Board of Directors hires staff, reviews programs, solicits funds and is responsible for the daily operations of the Society. There is no charge to participate in programs, but participants and their families are encouraged to join the Society at its Annual General Meeting and volunteer to serve on the Board of Directors.

                        Community Event News
Global Society is organising an GATKA YUDH 2016 Invitational Tournament on 15th and 16th October at KHALSA SCHOOL in Surrey BC. Teams from all across the world has been invited to showcase their skills in this tournament.

                                       Mission Statement
A community where people of diverse backgrounds are welcomed and have equal opportunity to access services for their harmonious settlement in Canada.

                                    Objects & Purposes
The objects and purposes of the Society are as follows:

(a) To provide Newly Arrived Immigrants and refugees,  comprehensive settlement and multicultural services including information, counseling, referral and support services.

(b) To support, facilitate and promote the philosophy and practice of access and equity and to
assist community understanding and acceptance of cultural diversity and promote multiculturalism.

(c) To coordinate services and activities in the community relating to the early settlement and long term needs of persons from culturally diverse backgrounds in conformity with the principles and policies of access and equity.

(d) To combat racism and discrimination based on ethnic origin or religion, and to promote greater appreciation of the benefits of diversity to Canadian society and the richness on contribution of that diversity.