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Moving to a new country brings with it the challenges of settlement. ‘What services can I avail of at settlement agencies?’, ‘Are these services free?’ Find answers to these questions and many more that newcomers often ask, in this section.

Immigrating to Canada? Here’s a free, pre-arrival service with resources aplenty

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Immigrating to a new country is no mean feat. It requires a lot of preparation. And, the more you know about the place and its ways, the better the chances of you succeeding. If you’re in the process of moving to Canada, here’s something you can benefit from. Next Stop Canada is a free, online […]

Immigrating to Canada? A youth program that offers settlement support, mentoring

Manitoba’s Morden is a great community because of its people

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Morden was quicker than many small cities in Canada to focus on attracting new immigrants as a way to address workforce needs and grow the population. The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) has been a tremendous asset to its community. Before the program started, businesses in this city in Manitoba weren’t able to expand. Some of […]

Manitoba to help skilled newcomers find work in their chosen fields

​Supporting immigrants before they land in Canada

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The Canadian Immigrant Integration Program (CIIP) was launched to serve immigrants before they enter Canada, so they come prepared to find a job and settle down without much delay. Armand Landas, an infrastructure engineer and a CIIP graduate from Manila, Philippines talks about the kind of support he received from his CIIP counselor and how he […]

This Vancouver entrepreneur is teaching children for free during the pandemic

Canadian winter fix: Here’s what you must know about the February chill

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by Shruti Dargan What’s the first thing that comes to mind when someone mentions Canada? The biting winter, eh? Well, when the average temperature stays below zero and the calendar says February, it’s officially time to gear up in the warmest layers in your wardrobe to brave the bone-chilling cold outside, especially if it’s your […]

The Peoples Church: Connecting with newcomers through empathy and support

Saint John welcomes newcomers: Mayor Don Darling shares growth plans

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Located on the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, Saint John is the oldest incorporated city in Canada. Mayor Don Darling talks about just what makes the city a wonderful home for newcomers – it’s affordable and has job opportunities, beauty, history and cultural diversity.  Darling also shares his plans to grow the community and […]

Union-Pearson Express: Hassle free, reliable transit to and from Toronto Airport

Language training options for newcomers and why it matters

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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, […]

Madut’s story – from homeless boy to university graduate

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