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Being new to Canada and understanding a new language, government regulations, education system, finding employment, and integrating within a new community can be overwhelming, and you may not know the best place to start. Luckily, many resources are available that can help. Various forms of assistance are available, including help and support in employment, resettlement, medical needs, sponsorship, language instruction, family reunification, and immigration/citizenship, to name a few. There are many resources, both private and public, that can provide information and assistance. The processes and procedures for various services all vary in their application process, cost, and length of time for approval. For information on how to find, apply for, or enroll in one of the many Newcomers to Canada programs or services available within your neighbourhood, take a look through the resources below.
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IRCC Warns Of New Phone Scam

The Candian Immigration Ministry issued a warning for immigrants and refugees in Toronto and Vancouver about a phone scam that is targetting them. The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)

Top 10 Reasons To Move To Canada

Canada is one of the main hubs for immigration for people around the world. From the free health care system to the beautiful scenery available here, a lot of people

Canadian Hearing Society: Settlement Program for Newcomers

The Canadian Hearing Society (CHS) provides free services and guidance to help newcomers to Canada who are culturally deaf, oral deaf, deafened, or hard of hearing in order to ensure

A Guide for Newcomers

Welcome to Canada!  As a newcomer, this guide Handbook For Newcomers Settling In Ontario shares information for immigrants who want to live in Canada for good. One topic shared discusses, “The

Immigration Lawyer Answers Three Frequently Asked Questions

David Cohen, a Canadian immigration lawyer, answered three common questions asked by readers of the CIC News. It is a monthly article they publish to answer some of the frequently

South Asian Women Find Social Freedom in Canada

In contemporary western societies, women’s empowerment can be broadly defined as opening up avenues to women’s full participation in all aspects of society. However, recent studies have shown that women

Study shows that refugee children are at a higher risk of injury

An article published in The Hamilton Spectator reports on the finding of a study that suggests that children of refugees are at a higher risk of injuries due to accidents

Stories of First-Generation Women Handling Their Parent’s Expectations

People who leave their home in order to ensure a better future for themselves and their children have serious expectations regarding what their children will aspire to in their careers.

New Canadian Immigration Program Attracts More High-Tech Talent

The Canadian government is piloting a program called The Global Skills Strategy program, which aims at facilitating the process of work visas for high-tech talent. In the first two and

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Newcomers-Other

Burlington Newcomers Club - Mailing Address


Burlington ON
Canada
Web

Circle of Friends for Newcomers Hamilton

Victoria Park Community Centre; 155 Queen St N
Hamilton ON L8R 2V6
Canada

YMCA of Hamilton, Burlington, and Brantford - Newcomer Information & Orientation Services, Hamilton Central - Newcomer Information & Orientation Services - Hamilton Central - Newcomer Information & Orientation Services

25 Main St W
Hamilton ON L8P 1H1
Canada

YMCA of Hamilton, Burlington, and Brantford - Newcomer Information & Orientation Services, Stoney Creek - Lower - 211 Centennial Pkwy - Newcomer Information & Orientation Services - Stoney Creek - Lower - 211 Centennial Pkwy - Newcomer Information & Orientation Services

211 Centennial Pkwy N
Hamilton ON L8E 1H8
Canada

Oakville Newcomers' Club - No Physical Address


Oakville ON
Canada
Web

YMCA of Hamilton, Burlington, and Brantford - Newcomer Youth Centre, Newcomer Youth Centre - Stoney Creek Location - Newcomer Youth Centre - Stoney Creek Location

211 Centennial Pkwy N
Hamilton ON L8E 1H8
Canada

Oakville Public Library - Newcomer Programs - Woodside Branch

1274 Rebecca St
Oakville ON L6L 1Z2
Canada

YMCA of Hamilton, Burlington, and Brantford - Newcomer Youth Centre, Newcomer Youth Centre - Hamilton Downtown Family YMCA - Newcomer Youth Centre - Hamilton Downtown Family YMCA

79 James St S
Hamilton ON L8P 2Z1
Canada

HMC Connections - HMC Connections, Burlington Office - Burlington Office

760 Brant St
Burlington ON L7R 4B7
Canada

YMCA of Hamilton, Burlington, and Brantford - Newcomer Settlement Program - 25 Main St - Newcomer Settlement Program

25 Main St W
Hamilton ON L8P 1H1
Canada

Oakville Public Library - Newcomer Programs - Glen Abbey Branch

Glen Abbey Community Centre; 1415 Third Line
Oakville ON L6M 3G2
Canada

Oakville Public Library - Newcomer Programs - Sixteen Mile Branch

Sixteen Mile Sports Complex campus; 3070 Neyagawa Blvd
Oakville ON L6M 4L6
Canada