Welcome To Canada

1500 BOOKS distributed to young the country newcomers across THE BEST WAY geography,history,and to learn about Canada's multiculturalism COMMUNITY Supporting children's literacy in the growing HISPANIC

ABOUT THE TD WELCOME TO CANADA PROGRAM:

Telelatino Network Inc. (Telelatino), Canada’s most influential multilingual media company, and home of TLN Television and the Spanish-language Univision Canada channels, announces that TD Bank Group (TD) has signed on for a second year as the title sponsor of the network’s annual TD Welcome to Canada Literacy Program following the success of the inaugural launch in 2016.

Honouring Canada’s 150th milestone birthday, the TD Welcome to Canada program will make 1500 books available to young newcomers, particularly those of Hispanic descent. Books will be distributed to selected schools, community centres, and libraries across the country to help foster an understanding of our home and native land, including language, Canadian geography, history and multiculturalism.

The program reflects Telelatino’s commitment to sharing and showcasing the vibrant Latino culture and to connecting Spanish-speaking Canadians with the passions that make their culture unique – from food to music, drama to sport.

Click Here for More Information 

TD WELCOME TO CANADA IN THE COMMUNITY

TD Salsa on St. Clair

Salsa at Blue Mountain

The TD Welcome to Canada program joins Salsa at Blue Mountain with a special scavenger hunt and story time for young children all weekend long on June 23rd – 25th. The TD Welcome to Canada children’s area is located at Story Time Park along the boardwalk between The Westin Trillium Hotel, new Mill Pond Playground and the Blue Mountain Village Events Plaza.

For more info: www.salsaatblue.ca

Kid reading

TD Summer Reading Club

The TD Welcome to Canada program will continue to help inspire reading all summer long as it integrates with the TD Summer Reading Club. Select public libraries with a high concentration of Hispanics will receive books to help foster an understanding of Canada, including language, geography, history and multiculturalism. Young children of Hispanic background will be able to discover even more about their new country and have fun reading at participating local public libraries.

GET TO KNOW OUR BOOK COLLECTION

2018 HIGHLIGHTS

2017 HIGHLIGHTS

2016 HIGHLIGHTS