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Settlement Information Services

Newcomer Information Centre Services

Newcomer Information Centres (NIC) are walk-in information centres funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada to provide free, up to date settlement information and referral for the smooth transition of newcomers to life in Canada. NIC is open to permanent residents, convention refugees and prospective immigrants.

Career Coach

The Career Coach is a mobile Employment and Settlement project made possible through Citizenship & Immigration Canada.

Settlement Language Services

Language services including:

  • CLARS Language Assessment Centres
  • HARTs
  • Language Assessment Support Services (Ontario) | LASS
  • LINC Home Study Program
  • National Language Assessment Support Services | NLASS
  • Translation & Interpretation Services and more

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) recently had one of their Welcome to Canada videos, Your First Two Weeks in Canada, dubbed into Arabic.

The video is intended to help newcomers prepare for their life in Canada and explain some of the initial steps that they should take upon arrival. See video below:

Government of Saskatchewan
Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration
Region of Peel
ScotiaBank
Employment Ontario
Service Canada
Toronto Employment & Social Services
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada
Government of Saskatchewan
Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration
Region of Peel
ScotiaBank
Employment Ontario
Service Canada
Toronto Employment & Social Services
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada