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.
Here are some things to consider before moving to Canada, to help you plan for your 14-day isolation period!
Learn how newcomer Steffi landed a position as an Algorithm Design & Development Engineer after four months of unsuccessful job searching!
In need of additional education or training to continue your career in Canada? Learn how you can make the process easier with a loan and career counselling!
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.
Location is everything. That’s why many new immigrants choose to settle in Canada’s three largest cities. But could they be missing out on something?
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.