Low German Language/Culture Resources
Annual Low German Networking Conference – This conference is particularly helpful for services providers to understand the religious and cultural differences that distinguish this traditional Mennonite group from others.
A variety of books, bibles, video and audio materials are available in the Bookstore at our Resource Centre at 16 Talbot St. E, Aylmer, ON. These materials include stories (written, audio, video), music, resources for English speakers to learn Low German, cookbooks, history books, and more. Languages represented in our materials are Low German, English, High German, and Spanish.
See Employment Services.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada – The government of Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration website.
St. Thomas-Elgin Local Immigration Partnership (STELIP) – This partnership between the YWCA St. Thomas-Elgin and Citizenship and Immigration Canada creates opportunities for service providers to network; works to enhance information provision to newcomers and immigrants about existing services and programs; and more.