Pre-Arrival Services in Canada: Registering for one or more programs

A new service has been launched across Canada to give newcomers more access to pre-arrival programs! Funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), newcomers to Canada can view and register for pre-arrival programs on…

The other reality is that housing costs vary widely from city to city, with the popular gateway urban centres like Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal being by far the most expensive.

The What, How and Why of Targeted Resumes

Are you thinking about leaping into entrepreneurship and self-employment? With the right support in place, self-employment is a highly viable option for newcomers to Canada. Instead of spending 40-plus hours of your week contributing to someone else’s company, you could be using that time to create your own business—allowing you to set your schedule and make your own decisions while still generating an income.

5 Reasons to Consider Becoming an Entrepreneur in Canada

Are you thinking about leaping into entrepreneurship and self-employment? With the right support in place, self-employment is a highly viable option for newcomers to Canada. Instead of spending 40-plus hours of your week contributing to someone else’s company, you could be using that time to create your own business—allowing you to set your schedule and make your own decisions while still generating an income.

The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Ontario’s Job Market & Recent Job Trends

The job market has vastly changed in the last couple of years due to the impact of the pandemic, creating new job opportunities, increasing the demand for some professions, and decreasing demand in others. It has changed how service providers deliver their services, significantly increasing virtual delivery models.

Services for Newcomers to the Northwest Territories (EN & FR)

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.

A Letter to Newcomers: From A Quebecois Newcomer Coordinator

I grew up dealing with dusty surfaces and hot weather, so moving to Québec City was a huge adjustment! It is the opposite here, from the temperatures, the geography (no ocean beach), the language, customs, etc. Even though I thought I was ready for this significant change, it proved more challenging when I arrived. I soon learned that having as much information as possible is essential for a smooth settling into your new city.