Entrepreneurship is a great career path for newcomers to Canada. The Business Development Bank of Canada has launched a new program specifically created to address the needs of newcomer entrepreneurs. The Newcomer Entrepreneur Success Team (NEST) is there to help you navigate the process of financing and starting a business in Canada.
Join Sharon Connolly, of BDC’s NEST team, as we explore the different funding options available to newcomers who want to start a business in Canada, including BDC’s own Newcomer Entrepreneur Loan. During the session, Sharon will also be sharing tips to help you prepare a winning loan request, as well as how BDC can support you in your entrepreneurial journey.
If you're new to Canada, it can be hard to determine exactly what you need to qualify for mortgage financing. Like any country, Canada has its own unique set of rules and regulations that manage mortgage lending, and these nuances can be hard to figure out for someone not native to the country.
We’re here to help you do it right — join our Webinar Mortgages for Newcomers with Myette Raynes, Founder of Essential Mortgage Company, for a closer look into the mortgage application process in Canada.
Some would say looking for a full time job is a full time job, but understanding the strategy and techniques of recruiters in Canada can make it easier. In this webinar you will learn 3 Top Job Search Methods, 6 Steps to Success and special feature on Settlement Online Pre-Arrival Program (SOPA).
Fredericton is an amazing place to live. It combines small town charm with big city dreams and infrastructure! Imagine ocean views, gorgeous fall colours and the friendliest Canadians you could meet!
Join us for a live chat with city representatives and learn how you can settle in Fredericton and succeed as a newcomer.
Local Handyman Group is a Canadian franchise that provides small handyman and repair services to homes and businesses, with a local feel. This franchise opportunity meets a common need in the marketplace: completing small projects that many contractors deem "too small" to do.