Media

Indus in the News:

SEPTEMBER 2021

Apna Health – Invited & Forgotten: International Students in Crisis

Community Leaders Warn of the Exploitation of International Students in Brampton – Bramptonist

AUGUST 2021

GO bus will be bringing COVID-19 vaccines to Brampton residents Saturday – Insauga

Metro Morning with Ismaila Alfa: A healthcare advocate shares his perspective on the upcoming election – CBC Listen

Sheridan College Brampton campus shuts down vaccine clinic after more than 35,000 doses – Insauga

JUNE 2021

“We Had to Save Ourselves” – The Local

Inside the scramble to find culturally competent care for elderly immigrants – Broadview

The latest on the coronavirus outbreak for June 14 – CBC News

Significant increases in 1st dose uptake in L6Y postal code after 17-day clinic – Sheridan Newsroom

How tracking ethnicity and occupation data is helping fight COVID-19 – CBC News

MAY 2021

Government of Canada invests $3.2 million to help prevent human trafficking and support survivors and victims – CNW Group

Avoid mixed messaging with any mix-and-match vaccine plan: CEO – KTW

15 Asian-Canadian TikTok Creators You Should Follow – Complex

Get the Facts on the Vax – CTV News

Celebrating Asian Canadian TikTokers for Asian Heritage Month – View the Vibe

Avoid mixed messaging with any mix-and-match vaccine plan: CEO – Toronto Star

APRIL 2021

Doctor urges more vaccines for Brampton to quell sky-high COVID-19 cases – CBC News

MARCH 2021

Ontario Adding and Upgrading Long-term Care Spaces across the Province – Ontario Newsroom

The Ford government says Brampton is getting a new hospital – CBC News

Newcomers vulnerable to domestic violence, while high-demand cultural services nearing ‘breaking point’ – CBC News

FEBRUARY 2021

Apna Health collaborative, created in response to disproportionate COVID-19 cases in Peel’s South Asian communities – CNW Group

JANUARY 2021

Hard-hit Brampton to open first COVID-19 isolation sites, raising questions about why it took so long – CBC News

DECEMBER 2020

CBC Listen: White Coat Black Art with Dr. Brian Goldman -What’s really behind rising numbers in one of Canada’s COVID hotspots?

NOVEMBER 2020:

CBC News: The National – COVID-19 transmission in the South Asian community

Knowledge is power in Peel’s fight against inequity

OCTOBER 2020:

Volunteer MBC reveals 14 award recipients at 2020 Virtual V-Oscars – Mississauga.com

SEPTEMBER 2020:

Brampton has emerged as one on Ontario’s COVID-19 hotspots, but experts urge caution on where to lay blame – CBC News

Radio piece on COVID 19 – CBC (Interview with Gurpreet Malhotra, CEO, Indus Community Service is at Minute 7:30)

Adoptions and abortions on the rise among international students: Can-India News 

JULY 2020:

How do you fix a problem nobody wants to talk about? – The Pointer

MAY 2020:

Peel’s Community Safety and Well-being Plan – OMNI TV-Focus Punjabi

Indus Community Services launches the MAASI Program to assist first-time newcomer mothers

APRIL 2020:

Press Release: Indus Community Services announces the launch of the International Student Task Force

Help for new immigrants during COVID-19 Pandemic – OMNI TV

Indus sets up the International Students Task Force – Can-India News

Indus Announces the creation of the International Task Force – South Asian Weekly

MARCH 2020:

United Way partners with Peel Region NGOs on anti-poverty initiatives – Can-India News

Newcomers vulnerable to domestic violence, while high-demand cultural services nearing ‘breaking point’ – CBC.CA

Two Mississauga neighbourhoods slated to receive extra support to combat poverty – Insauga.com

Indus Community Services opens a new location in Brampton to better serve the community

FEBRUARY 2020

As Poverty Deepens in the 905, United Way is Strengthening Peel Region’s Social Infrastructure with a $2 million investment in the region.

Multi-Sector Recruitment Fair – SNAPD Mississauga North

Indus Community Services successfully earns another three year CARF Accreditation

Three leading Service Providers join together to launch “The CHANGE Staff Workplace Program”- Press Release

JANUARY 2020

SAATH – Developing a developing a collaborative service model to support South Asian  children youth and families.

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Through the Apna Health collaboration, Indus Community Services and Punjabi Community Health Services, have partnered together to release a specialized report on International Students – Invited & Forgotten: International Students in Crisis. Read here: https://www.induscs.ca/international-students-task-force/

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