Top 3 Tips for Toronto’s Newcomer Professionals

As a commercial and financial hub of the country, Toronto welcomes many newcomers who come from diverse educational and professional backgrounds. The Toronto District School Board delivers free and low-cost programming specifically aimed at helping professional newcomers plant roots in their new community. This article features some tips from them on how to best prepare yourself as a newcomer professional.

Thinking About a Career as a Teacher in Ontario? Five Tips from the Ontario College of Teachers | ENG & FR

To teach in a publicly funded school in Ontario, you must be licensed by the Ontario College of Teachers. Teachers who are licensed by the College are known as Ontario Certified Teachers (OCT), which is a legislatively protected professional designation. Interested in applying for College certification? Consider the tips in this blog!

Benefits of Joining a Professional Immigrant Networks (PINs) Association

Moving to a new country is an exciting adventure, but it can also pose challenges, especially for skilled newcomers facing language barriers, cultural adjustments, and navigating the job market on their own. However, the Toronto Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) offers support through the Professional Immigrant Networks (PINs) initiative, a network of professional and alumni associations that are volunteer-run and immigrant-led, serving immigrants in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). Representing over 20 professions and 100 countries, these associations aim to help newcomers build networks and succeed in their careers.

Navigating Your Journey in Canada: Making the Most of Pre-Arrival and Post-Arrival Services

New immigrants seeking to settle in a new country may face different challenges. Aside from the weather, some challenges are language barriers, finding suitable employment, cultural differences, and misinformation. To help new immigrants overcome these challenges, Canada has many settlement programs & services to help them adjust and integrate into Canadian society.