Toronto, Mississauga, Oakville, Brampton, Burlington, Milton, Etobicoke / Ontario / Canada
Advice for Newcomers
Do you have questions about health care or housing? Work or school? Taxes or money? Read advice on a wide variety of topics including how to apply for your Social Insurance Number (SIN).
Programs for Newcomers
From help when you first arrive in Canada to learning a new language - there are programs to help you settle in Canada. Find out about programs for newcomers.
Finding Help in Your Community
You can find help wherever you live in Canada. There are many organizations across the country helping newcomers adapt to life here. Look here for a helpful group near you.
Key Information Sources
A list of key federal and provincial government phone numbers and Internet addresses, which may be helpful to you as a newcomer to Canada.
Communities across Canada
Many newcomers settle in Canada's three largest cities. More and more, newcomers are choosing to live in medium sized cities or smaller communities.
Permanent Resident Card
Permanent residents planning to travel outside Canada should read this important information about the new Permanent Resident Card.
Residency Obligations for Permanent Residents
You will need to know about keeping your Permanent Residency status if you are planning an extended stay outside Canada.
Welcoming newcomers - and helping them to adjust to life in Canada - is a community effort. Canada's economy and society are richer because of immigration. All Canadians have a part to play in helping immigrants and refugees adapt to life in Canada.
After You Arrive…
Coming to Canada is an exciting opportunity but also a great challenge. We can help you to find out how to get the help you need and read some great advice about living in Canada.
All Information and most Services for New Immigrants provided are complimentary !!FREE or for a minimum charge, please contact for details.
These service may include
- Limousine service, pick-up/drop to/from Airport.
- Arrange temporary residence.
- Social Insurance Card (SIN) guidance.
- Assist to open Bank account.
- Tips for Credit Build-up.
- Assist/Advise to Obtain Driver's license.
- Locate School/College/University.
- Job Hunting
- Obtain Health Card.
- Finding a long term accommodation.
- Buying small/medium or large business.
- Buying Residential Properties
- Obtaining Mortgage (Financing)
- Legal Services and referrals.
- Orientation, interpretation/translation, or referral services.
- Other specific services (Please advise).
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