Here are the stories of two couples, both from different countries, on their experience of going back to a bridging program tailored to their needs while also being able to enjoy the joys of family life in a new country.
Finding a well-paying job in one’s line is among the most important things on every newcomer professional’s list. Yes, it is a vital step forward in the process of immigration. However, career advancement expert Amy Davis cannot stress more on the need to focus on also building a career besides just focusing on the job […]
In a multicultural country like Canada, language, be it written or spoken, plays a huge role in our everyday and professional lives. As a newcomer, you want to be sure that your language skills are among your greatest strengths. Learn about the different language training options available through IRCC’s Settlement Program, including formal language training, […]
Halifax mayor Michael Savage talks to New Canadians about why the port city is becoming a more sort-after destination for newcomers.
Gabriela Casineanu, author and career coach, believes that introverts have a number of strengths that they can use to their advantage in their networking and job search.
Shelly Elsliger, a trainer who specializes in LinkedIn, tells us that Canada ranks fifth globally when it comes to being active on the professional social networking platform. Hence, there’s a high chance that an employer will first visit your LinkedIn profile before they look at your resume. Is your LinkedIn profile ready enough to be […]
Toronto Newcomer Day 2019 is almost here. It's a day to welcome the city's newcomers. Here's all you need to know while you prepare to be a part of the celebrations
York University's IEP bridging program can help fast track success in Canada for business and IT newcomer professionals.
Pablo Listingart, an immigrant from Argentina, is training technical professionals and helping them find jobs through free training.
Over the past week, we’ve been an excited lot at 192 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, the space out of which we work. And by the time you read this, we would have finished downing lots of cake (not to mention singing ‘Happy Birthday’ in each of our native languages!). New Canadians turns four, and we’re excited! It’s […]