CDETNO (Conseil de développement économique des Territoires du Nord-Ouest) provides a welcome and Integration Services to newcomers and immigrants (individuals and families) to the Northwest Territories, even years after their arrival. Our team works together with newcomers to create lasting connections with the new community they settle in.
Are you interested in learning more about the Francophone culture in Canada? Have you ever thought about learning French? Are you enjoying the French-learning experience?
It’s great if you are!
For over 25 years, YMCA Immigrant Services has supported the settlement needs of newcomers in Nova Scotia. We offer programs and services that help newcomers and their families in schools and communities across the province.
Have you ever tried to take the time to explore your inner self? Do you know your limits and unique talents? In the modern world, many youths—especially newcomer youth—struggle to successfully set and meet their goals due to external pressures that they receive from society, family members, and friends.
Regardless of what drove you to step out of your comfort zone to land in a new country and start over from scratch, you definitely had lots of courage and self-motivation to do so. However, is motivation alone always a key to make things happen?
Our province is known for amazing landscapes and nature all around. Newcomers are often extremely impressed by the amount of outdoor activities that are an everyday occurrence for residents of this province.
You have heard a million reasons why immigrating to Canada is great for your future. It could be for international labour experience, for promises of higher educations, or for a simple change in scenery. Regardless of your reasons, did you know Canada’s just as lucky to have you?
Ever-increasing in popularity, online banking is a great way to stay on top of your finances, while saving time and money.
The Newcomer Information Centre is the “first stop” to access information, resources, referrals and services for newcomers in Saskatoon.
Here are some things to consider before moving to Canada, to help you plan for your 14-day isolation period!