Yes. Many services are still available by phone and online channels.
Mosaic translation services are still available by phone and through online platforms. You can call them at 604-254-8022 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org to book an interpreter or inquire about their services. Go HERE for more information.
SUCCESS provides a broad range of culturally appropriate services to newcomers to Canada. Services include settlement help, housing, counselling, and senior care. Go HERE to find program contact information in a variety of languages.
The Court Information Program for Immigrants (CIPI) is a free service designed to help new immigrants and refugees understand BC’s justice system. Currently, services are provided in English, Punjabi, Hindi and Chinese by telephone at 604-760-5727 or by email: Lali.Pawa@JusticeEducation.ca. Staff only provide legal education, information and referrals to the appropriate agencies. For program details, go HERE.
Limited language services are provided by Ask JES. Use the contact information in the green box on the right. When you make contact, say the language you would like to communicate in.
BC211 provides multilingual access to information and services across BC.
Also see, “Where can I find information about COVID-19 Coronavirus in my own language?” for translated COVID-19 information provided by the government.
To find out how COVID-19 may affect immigration, refugees, citizenship, and passport services, go to the Immigration and Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s COVID-19 page.