The Centre for Immigration in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia works to orient, support, and meet the needs of newcomers in service of their settlement.
The Saint John Multicultural Newcomer Resource Centre provides resources and supports so newcomers have a great start to a new beginning in Canada.
ACCES Employment hosts an e-learning platform where you will be guided through learning modules on topics that are key to professional success in Canada.
FAST BC helps connect skilled immigrants moving to British Columbia with employers in need of people working in the skilled trades.
PrepCan is a government funded pre-arrival program that specializes in employment-focused services. Read more to learn how they can support you.
Read this blog written by Prosper Canada who is committed to ensuring newcomers have the best chance of succeeding financially in Canada.
There are many settlement services in Canada, like the Mennonite New Life Centre, to help you better adjust to Canadian society.
SOPA is a partnership of settlement agencies across Canada using a common platform and proven pre-employment and workforce integration tools.
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.
Build ON is a free program providing information and orientation services to those preparing for work in the Skilled Trades, Engineering and Construction.