There are many ways to help your children with the cost of education. One option is to start saving money with the help of a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP).
There is Plenty of Support for Newcomers in Toronto! Toronto Public Library offers many free services and programs for newcomers and has collections in over 40 languages.
Read Riyan’s story for tips on how to prepare for your move to Canada!
Vlad Ursoiu is an eNIC mentor who wants to share his immigration journey with you!
Build ON is a new Pre-Arrival Program, funded by Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Canada, offering free information and orientation services to those preparing for work in Ontario Skilled Trades.
Sukhjit Singh, Next Stop Canada mentor, shares his journey and is ready to help pre-arrival immigrants before they arrive to Canada!
Schools in the Greater Toronto Area offer your child the opportunity to read, write and speak an international language so they can maintain heritage, language and culture or learn a new one for the first time.
Meet Maria Delgado. She is one of Next Stop Canada’s electronic Newcomer Information Centre (eNIC) mentors who helps pre-arrival newcomers before settling in Canada.
Toronto is known for being one of the most multicultural cities in the world. One way to get familiar with the city’s diversity is to try foods from different cultures.
If you are moving to Canada, you should know what your rights and responsibilities are as a permanent resident. Next Stop Canada can help! Read through our list of important rights and responsibilities before you arrive.