Newcomers Services

Canada has some of the best services for newcomers in the world. These services are specially designed to help the new immigrants find jobs and housing, help the, file taxes, enhance their language skills, enroll their children in school, and lots more. The government funds these programs, which varies according to territory and province.

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    Language Training

Accommodations and Housing

Finding suitable accommodation is one of the first courses of actions for newcomers. Your first accommodation on arrival to Canada may be a temporary one, which is okay. You can stay in a hostel, lease a short-term apartment or stay with friends before you become familiar with the city. Short-term rentals will also make it easier for you to transition between neighborhoods in case you find another job and need to move closer to your place of work.

  • Temporary Housing

    There are quite a number of options for short-term accommodation like hostels, AirBnb, sublets, short-term rental apartments, and hotels. Read as many reviews as you can, confirm rental prices and what they entail (electricity, heat, etc) and check out your transportation options.

  • Subletting

    Subletting takes place when a renter leaves town for a while with the intention of coming back to the same property. Most times, the person renting the unit leaves some belongings behind to be used by the short-term tenant under certain conditions. Subletting is perfect for people in need of temporary accommodation and those yet to acquire their own furniture.

  • Renting

    You can also decide to rent an apartment. Renters are required to pay rent to the property owner/landlord for the duration of their stay and follow the rules as stipulated in the lease agreement. Make sure you understand the terms of the lease before signing anything. The parties should come to certain agreements like, who pays for utilities, who removes snow and whether or not smoking is allowed, to name a few.

    Canadian renters have certain rights, so you need to familiarize yourself with those rights before you sign any rental agreement. For instance, if the landlord undertakes to provide heating, he/she must maintain a certain temperature during winter. Contact any newcomer service near you if you have any question regarding your lease.

  • Ownership

    Buying a house is one of the best ways to complete your transition to Canada. Newcomers don’t typically buy houses in their first year, and there are people who’ll rather rent than buy.
    Owning a house may have its perks, but it also comes with some responsibilities. Acquaint yourself with all the property taxes you have to pay and all the other costs involved in buying a house.

International Students Housing

International students have the option of staying on campus or off-campus where they’ll rent an apartment.

  • On-Campus Housing

    If available, a lot of new students prefer on-campus housing. There are shared and private rooms in most college dorms. The price of dorm rooms are largely dependent on the institution in question and may include services like meal plans at the university cafeteria.

  • Off-Campus Housing

    It may not be easy to find off-campus housing if you’re not in Canada. Once you resolve to live off-campus, you’ll have to decide if you want to have a roommate or live alone.

    In a bid to reduce the cost of utilities and rent, a lot of students usually opt for shared apartments. Shared apartments can offer some form of flexibility. If you live in a shared apartment and decide to move, all you have to do is work out the details on how to find someone else to replace you with your roommate.

    Accommodation cost may vary significantly depending on the school. This is why it is easier to compare housing options after choosing the university or college you intend to attend.

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Employment Services

Apart from helping you find a job, employment services will also help you feel a lot more comfortable in your work environment.

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    The process of applying for and finding a job in places like Canada may vary from what is obtainable in your home country. You can contact your newcomer service center to help prepare your resume.

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    Our clients can access our expert Canadian Employment Advisor, who will coach you on how to find the perfect job even before you step foot in the country!Once you secure a job, it is advisable to attend some information sessions on the Canadian workplace culture. This can give you a better idea of what to expect from your job, you can learn valuable tips like the number of hours per week that you can work and how to communicate with other employees and clients..

  • Children’s Education

    If your children are moving with you to Canada, you’ll probably need some assistance when it comes to enrolling them in schools. If you need information on where or how to enroll your child into a school, you can check your local newcomer service. They’ll let you know the documents required for registering your child.
    Once you decide on the school you want your child to attend, you can meet the school’s counselor to assist in the class registrations and to explain some of the school policies like what is expected from parents, students and the school teachers.
    It is not always easy for children to adjust and thrive in new environments. Most of the schools in Canada provide English/French language training and some after school group activities.

  • Language Training

    Having two official languages makes it imperative to have adequate language training opportunities, which explains the number of such facilities in Canada. Residents who have citizenship or permanent residence status, Certificat de sélection du Québec (CSQ) may be eligible to receive state-funded language classes.

    Before you sign up for any language class, you must first asses your language ability. This can be done online before your arrival in Canada, both at newcomer service centers, and prior to your enrollment through a language course paid by the government.

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