Saturday, August 29, 2009
Bonds cemented over WWICS luncheon at Canada
Indian food brings people together at WWICS luncheon in Canada
WWICS hosts grand luncheon for clients at Canada
Chandigarh, August 19
In its endeavor to make new immigrants feel at home in Canada, WWICS hosted a grand barbeque luncheon in Canada. New immigrants had sumptuous Indian food amidst people of their own community as well as with the local Member Parliament at The Heart Lake Conservation Area in Brampton.
The venue was packed with a crowd of more than 100 WWICS new immigrants along with their families enjoying the get together occasion with their MP from Brampton - Mr. Gurbax Singh Malhi, who joined them for WWICS barbeque luncheon as the chief guest of event.
Miles away from their native land, Canada is a new country for many new immigrants. The luncheon aspired to infuse feeling of belongingness to area, especially when many new immigrant Indians feel out of place. Mr. Devinder Sandhu, Sr. Director, WWICS Group said that the luncheon was an attempt to help people gel with the local community and throw open a window of acquaintances with locales.
Realizing this need of newly landed immigrants, WWICS Premium Club, Canada an associate of World Wide Immigration Consultancy Services organized this special occasion to provide social networking platform to its people.
“WWICS Premium Club would soon be a place for WWICS family to meet new and old friends, learn about life in Canada and Canadian immigration experience. WWICS Premium Club would help people to network from around world, share experiences and advice, make friends, help new comers in settling in Canada,” said Mr Sandhu.
It was actually another endeavor of WWICS along with Global Placement Services, placement and settlement division of WWICS to strengthen knot with its people, who had sought its services to fly abroad. This time it was not merely another social get-together, but a grand celebration to mark inception of WWICS Premium Club with a special barbeque luncheon.
Organized by WWICS Premium Club, WWICS invited all its esteemed guests to savor the hot skewers and sizzling barbeque. Even kids had a busy time with fulfilled activities like bouncers and slides.
As a part of series of events WWICS organized this luncheon to offer its new immigrants a social platform to connect with fellow people, come together to know each other, network with their groups as well as grow with each other’s support.
“I’m elated with this initiative of WWICS & GPS to bring new immigrants together under one platform. This would not only help them build their own groups, but children will also mingle with native families. This comes as a crucial support to those new immigrants who chose Canada as their new home. This social networking would help them settle and succeed quickly in Canada.” said MP Mr Malhi.
He added that it was indeed an excellent platform to touch heart of millions who’ve realized their ever sought after dream of making Canada their home through WWICS.