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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 […]

New Brunswick minister’s plan for economic growth involves immigrants

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 […]

It is more blessed to give than to receive

New Brunswick minister’s plan for economic growth involves immigrants

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One of the four Atlantic provinces on the east coast of Canada, New Brunswick offers exciting career opportunities for skilled newcomers besides the quality of life. Minister Trevor Holder, who is responsible for post-secondary education, training and labour in the province, shares the plan to welcome a greater number of immigrants and provide support so […]

Thriving in Sarnia-Lambton

Why New Brunswick for newcomers?

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For newcomers looking for a land that’s rich with opportunities and a quiet lifestyle, look no further than New Brunswick. The safe community is close-knit, and looking to expand! Newcomers are welcomed in with open arms, helped by settlement agencies and local municipalities who want immigrants to love their new home.

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

An immigrant success story: Rishin Behl

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Rishin Behl arrived in New Brunswick as an international student, studying mechanical engineering at the University of New Brunswick. He quickly fell in love with the area and found he wanted to stay. With the help of community resources, he started his own business and is now enjoying international success. Watch Rishin’s story here!

Gustavo’s story: I have the responsibility to give back to Canada

New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program

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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.

New Brunswick minister’s plan for economic growth involves immigrants

Booming growth awaits newcomers in Moncton

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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 […]

Saint John welcomes newcomers: Mayor Don Darling shares growth plans

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