Many newcomers immigrate to Canada unaware of challenges their children will face navigating two cultures. Learn how one Filipino immigrant overcame this.
Navigating Ontario’s justice system can be overwhelming, especially for newcomers trying to understand their legal rights while settling in a new country.
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.
The Next Stop Canada team has had a year of great success since launching in April 2016. We have served hundreds of clients, from over 40 countries. Thank you to those who have made this possible!
Employment centres are funded by the Government of Ontario with a focus on helping individuals find employment.
Learn about the Provincial Nominee Program and how to understand the National Occupational Classification (NOC) across provinces.
When moving to a new country, it is important to remember that things do not necessarily work the same way as at home, including how to search for a job.
Are you immigrating to Canada in the winter season? Read this blog to know what clothing you will need to wear in order to stay warm!