CELPIP stands for the Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program and is an English test that allows test takers to demonstrate their ability to function in English. The CELPIP Test has been designated by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) for use by individuals applying for permanent resident status and citizenship in Canada.
Niagara College’s fully-funded language training programs provide eligible newcomers with an opportunity to enhance and develop their English skills through an employment focused academic setting.
Schools in the Greater Toronto Area offer your child the opportunity to read, write and speak an international language so they can maintain heritage, language and culture or learn a new one for the first time.
Meet Maria Delgado. She is one of Next Stop Canada’s electronic Newcomer Information Centre (eNIC) mentors who helps pre-arrival newcomers before settling in Canada.
Moving to Canada can be exciting but you may feel a little nervous, especially if you are not comfortable with speaking English or French. The YMCA Language Assessment and Referral Centre can help you start the process of learning and improving your English or French language skills.