Canada is the second largest country in the world. Newcomers have many choices of where to live and work in this diverse country. The following websites may help you in making your decision to move to Canada.
Is a project funded by the Government of Canada and managed by the Association of Canadian Community Colleges (ACCC). The project is designed to help immigrants under the Federal Skilled Worker Program prepare for integration to the Canadian labour market while they are still in their country of origin completing final immigration requirements.
CIC manages the application process and guides applicants through the steps to becoming Canadian citizens. CIC staff process citizenship applications, requests for proof of citizenship and searches of citizenship records.
Explore the “Going to Canada” Web site to discover links to information and services when planning a temporary stay or making Canada your new home.
Links to information on the Government of Canada.
A national bilingual website hosted by the Centre for International Migration and Settlement Studies at Carleton University and funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada. The website serves as a communications, information, and research tool to support the work of the Canadian settlement community.
“Working in Canada” is an excellent resource that can help you get ready for the challenges of finding a job.
Disclaimer: Some of the information and services found on this web site have been provided by external sources. ERIEC is not responsible for the accuracy, reliability or currency of the information or services provided by external sources. Users wishing to rely upon this information or services should consult directly with the appropriate source.