The New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program (NBPNP) is an immigration program that connects newcomers to permanent residency if they have an offer of employment. Check out what these New Brunswick immigrants have to say about their experience settling here, and finding employment after getting their education at the local university.
Find a city full of potential in Moncton, New Brunswick. This mid-sized city is one of the fastest growing municipalities in Atlantic Canada, and because of its great quality of life and abundance of jobs, it’s becoming a hot spot for immigrants to land in. Watch this interview to learn more about how newcomers are […]
Do you love the astounding nature that Canada has to offer? We have a chat with Sheila Wiebe, a park ranger at Ontario Parks, to get a feel for what it’s like to spend time camping in Canada. There’s something for everyone, from day use to cabin rentals – even cultural programs to learn about […]
The Parents and Grandparents (PGP) Program has seen many recent improvements and is still persistently climbing – in 2019 Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) will accept 20 000 sponsorship applications. That’s 4 times the number of invites compared to when the program launched in 2014, when only 5 000 applications were accepted. Things are […]
Hamilton is a welcoming and diverse city in the province of Ontario that welcomes newcomers. We met with a number of new immigrants to hear how living in Hamilton has enhanced their Canadian experience. Get a sense of the city and the way of life there by hearing their stories. Students looking to study in […]
Experience Hamilton’s first Newcomer Day as we take you through the highlights of this welcoming community event. From the fun activities to the solemn citizenship ceremony, there’s something for everyone. Find out what locals and newcomers enjoyed about the day and how the city invited new immigrants to celebrate! Join the party at Hamilton’s Newcomer […]
Newcomers are drawn to Sarnia-Lambton, Ontario for its safe, family oriented community. Watch this clip to learn about some of the local services provided to new immigrants and get a taste of what life is like in this quiet city. We also hear from immigrants who have settled in Sarnia-Lambton, sharing where their favourite spots […]
Sarnia-Lambton is a haven for small business owners. Unique factors such as low cost of living and community resources for entrepreneurs make it a desirable spot to set up shop. If you’re keen on being your own boss, listen to what Local Immigration Partnership (LIP) of Sarnia-Lambton has to offer to small business owners.
For job seekers in Sarnia-Lambton, knowing what is expected from employers is a make-or-break difference! As is the case in most of Canada, you can be hired for your hard skills and later fired for your soft skills. Strengthening your communication and language skills is a great way to find a job and keep it! […]
Sarnia-Lambton is a district in Southwest Ontario, sitting on the Canadian-US border and Lake Huron. The city of Sarnia and the surrounding region have become a popular landing site for new immigrants to Canada who crave a slower pace of life than a busy city like Toronto offers. In this special episode, we explore what […]