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.
When reviewing job postings many would come across a requirement to be able to “communicate effectively both written and orally”. In job search, your writing would give hiring managers the first glimpse into your communication and self-presentation skills.
Part of landing your first job as a newcomer is making a personal impression. That’s where a cover letter comes in. A cover letter provides an opportunity to go beyond your experience in the Canadian job market and talk about what you bring to the table that others don’t.
If you are new to Toronto, one of the first step in the settlement program is to find an affordable, adequate and safe place to rent.
The Newcomer Information Centre is the “first stop” to access information, resources, referrals and services for newcomers in Saskatoon.
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After landing in Canada four months ago, newcomer Garry received a job offer. These are some tips that worked for him, both before & after his move.