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- Working in Canada
- Canadian Immigration
- Studying in Canada
- Living in Canada
Working in Canada
There’s more to working in Canada than just searching for jobs. You might need to have your overseas skills or qualifications assessed, write a Canadian resume or connect with professional or trade associations. In this section of the Newcomers Canada Directory we have an extensive list of organisations that can help you write the perfect resume, find relevant professional and trade associations for networking and have your foreign credentials assessed and recognized. Don’t forget to check our job board if you’re looking for a job in Canada.
If you are already living, working or studying in Canada, chances are you already have a work permit or student visa. Perhaps you’re looking for permanent residency or citizenship, a spousal or family visa? In this section of the Newcomers Canada Directory we have an extensive list of federal, provincial and territory government immigration departments as well as immigration lawyers and consultants that can help you to get the right work permit or visa to stay in Canada. Included in this section are the assessing authorities for foreign credential recognition as well as immigrant support agencies.
Studying in Canada
Studying in Canada starts with finding the right university, college, language school, elementary or secondary school for you or your children. The education system in Canada includes optional pre-school or kindergarten, followed by primary (elementary) school and senior secondary school. In this section of the Newcomers Canada Directory we have an extensive list of Canadian universities, community colleges, schools, online courses and English and French language course providers including the IELTS and CELPIP tests for the purposes of immigration or employment.
Living in Canada
As a newcomer, access to arrival and settlement services in Canada is crucial to successfully integrating and ultimately succeeding in Canada - finding property to rent or buy, opening a bank account, applying for your driving license, accessing health services, obtaining health insurance, transferring money, obtaining your social insurance number (SIN), connecting with community groups and arrival services. In this section of the Newcomers Canada Directory we have an extensive list of arrival and settlement services.