Immigrating to a new country can be fun and exciting, as well as stressful and hectic. However, once you are settled into your new home and the excitement of moving to a different environment winds down, you may begin to experience homesickness. Here are ten ways you can fight homesickness.
Find out how the YMCA Centre for Immigrant Programs has been supporting children and youth for over 25 years in Nova Scotia as they make the adjustment of moving to a new country, new community, and new school.
Many immigrants have ideas for starting a business in Canada but don’t know how to start. That’s why BDC supports newcomer entrepreneurs.
In the past ten years, Abnoos has immigrated no less than four times around the world before coming to call Canada her home. What tips does this veteran newcomer have to share with other newcomers to Canada?
Arriving to a new county can bring joy and great excitement for a newcomer family. Having a strong support system can help ease the transition.
Get advice from a career coach on how to avoid taking job rejection personally. It’s all a learning process and one you will grow from!
Community centres can help your transition to Canada with educational programs, cultural groups, recreational activities, social networks, and more!
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.