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Is your goal securing employment in a Canadian hotel?

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There are several programs and services in Canada that help newcomers settle in their new home, find jobs and integrate successfully. For those who seek a fulfilling career in the Canadian hotel industry, the Destination Employment program can help them discover more about the hospitality sector and the opportunities available. Participants get to learn from […]

Prepare for life in Canada with confidence

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There are so many “answers” on the internet about life in Canada. You can find them on social media, forums, or websites. But how do you know you can trust the information you find from these sources? When you choose a reputed pre-arrival settlement service such as Next Stop Canada, you can be confident that […]

Ace networking with these dos and don’ts by Brent Edwards

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Networking is a long-term investment in your career strategy, says Professional Networking Advisor Brent Edwards. Whether you’re connecting with someone in person or virtually – especially during these COVID times – the way you introduce yourself and make the conversation meaningful for both parties can make all the difference. Here, Brent shares some best practices […]

Karla Briones’s ‘IDEA’ for aspiring entrepreneurs in Canada

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Immigrants Developing Entrepreneurs Academy (IDEA) is a venture by Karla Briones. An Ottawa-based award-winning immigrant entrepreneur and business consultant, Karla has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs launch, scale and exit their businesses. Here, in an interview with New Canadians reporter Shruti Dargan, she shares why she came up with IDEA and how her 10-week step-by-step course […]

Immigrants to Canada, test your language skills with this pronunciation app

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PronApp – available for free throughout December 2020 – offers IELTS test practice, conversation simulators for English practice, and French pronunciation practice for the TEF examination. By Shruti Dargan Proper pronunciation is the key to mastering any language. And for immigrants, the better their language skills, the easier the likelihood of their settlement and integration […]

This Vancouver entrepreneur is teaching children for free during the pandemic

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Immigrants in the Vancouver area (British Columbia) represent 41% of the population and play a huge role in its social and economic development. Meet Kavita Dau, a young immigrant entrepreneur, who has been giving back to her community by teaching kids for free online during the COVID-19 pandemic. Kavita is the founder and CEO of […]

Newcomer guide: Essential armour to stay toasty in the Canadian winter

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by David Gomes People from around the globe choose to make Canada their home for the country’s oh-so-many qualities, ranging from being surrounded by some of the nicest people in the world to safety, a high standard of living or public healthcare, among others. But what gives many immigrants cold feet, literally, is the chilly […]

Networking in Canada: Expert Brent Edwards shares tips for professionals

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In Canada, networking plays a role in one’s professional success, so much so that you could get a glowing reference for your dream job even before it’s advertised to the public. Newcomers can benefit from it not just when looking for employment but also as they advance their careers. Professional Networking Advisor Brent Edwards sheds […]

Shamira Madhany on how WES is assisting students, immigrants during the pandemic

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The unprecedented pandemic situation has forced the world to change the way it functions. Going digital and working remotely is the need of the hour. In this interview with New Canadians, Shamira Madhany, Managing Director – Canada and Deputy Executive Director, World Education Services (WES), shares how the evaluation body has digitized their Educational Credential […]

Queen Square Farmers Market in Saint John, NB, helps newcomers network

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The Queen Square Farmers Market is a vibrant and multicultural community in Saint John. It attracts visitors and vendors from all over southern New Brunswick, and with over 20 nationalities represented, it is truly a multicultural market. The Saint John Newcomers Centre in the city helps new immigrants participate in this open-air farmers market, meet […]
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