Information on the Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) program
posted on October 5, 2017
LINC is a program offered by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to improve the language skills of recent immigrants or refugees. If you are at least 18 years old and a permanent resident, convention refugee, or your permanent residence is in process of approval, then you qualify for the program. You are going to be asked to take a test to assess the level of English or French you possess. For more information on how to sign up, click here.
However, if you are a Canadian citizen, refugee claimant, or a temporary resident, you do not qualify for the LINC program. For more information on LINC, click here.
Daily Living with Alzheimer's - The Middle Stages (Video)
During the middle stages of the disease, your loved one may need more help with their daily living activities. ALZLive is an online resource for caregivers of Alzheimer’s and dementia patients in the United States and Canada. As part of a series reviewing Alzheimer's and Dementia care in Canada, the editor discusses how to get daily living help for your loved one with Dementia. What help do the provinces offer? What government-provided care is available? How do you get extra help? How can private caregivers help? You can read the full editorial series Navigating the Canadian Health Care System at ALZLive or check...