Individuals and communities have an equal opportunity to be productive members of the Canadian society.
History of serving immigrants begins when Polish Immigrant Aid Services offered assistance to refugees from Poland
A second agency was formed to assist Polish speaking communities under the name of Polish Canadian Community Services
The two agencies serving the Polish immigrant community merged under the name of Polish Immigrant and Community Services
The agency name was changed to Polycultural Immigrant and Community Services to better reflect services provided to the many different language and cultural groups of our clients
The agency was registered as a charity and obtained a charitable status
A new Peel-Halton Integrated Services Reception Centre was opened to provide immediate and essential services to government assisted refugees
Afghan refugees were provided with immediate and essential services at the Port of Entry from August under the emergency evacuation initiative