In Canada, primary (elementary) and secondary education are managed by each province or territory. Attendance is mandatory for children to receive an education. Many schools have settlement workers to help children and parents who are new to Canada. Ask your school about this if you’re interested.
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.
Change can be hard, especially at a young age. Here are a few tips that can help you adapt to the process of a new change.
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.
Spring Break gives students in Canada the opportunity to explore different options, build skills for the future or simply take a break from school.
Read what newcomer youth had to say about their first questions and experiences in Canada.
10 helpful tips from one high school student to another.
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.