SETTLING IN CANADA

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New home. New life. Prepare yourself for success

 

 

 

We're very excited about the upcoming fair and you should be too!  

This is a great opportunity for you to learn about valuable services and programs that will make your immigration and settlement in Canada much easier.

Check out some of our exhibitors below

 

Make sure that you are fully prepared for the fair

 

 

Settlement Services

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Bredin Centre for Learning - AB

Offering a wide range of employment and settlement services for Newcomers to Canada. The Bredin Centre for Learning assists newcomers in making informed decisions about their social needs, and finding meaningful work. 

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Calgary Region Immigrant Employment Council - AB

Working with you individually, CRIEC will focus on your needs and career objectives. Assisting you in areas that include communication skills, education, experience and job readiness and much more. 

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Diversecity - BC

Programs designed to reflect the unique needs of the diverse newcomer community. With a strong commitment to raising awareness of the economic and cultural contributions immigrants make to Canadian society, and to raising awareness of the value of diversity.

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Edmonton Region Immigrant Employment Council - AB

The Edmonton Region Immigrant Employment Council (ERIEC), is an industry-led, not-for-profit organization dedicated to ensuring immigrants are welcomed and participate in the economy to their full potential.

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Immigrant Services Society of BC

ISS of BC is the largest agency of its kind in Western Canada, with targeted programs for refugees, women, children and youth, plus support services in over 45 languages. Their programs and services are available throughout Metro Vancouver, Squamish and the Okanagan.

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Mosaic - BC

MOSAIC is one of the largest settlement organizations in Canada. Provincially, MOSAIC provides more employment supports and programs than any other immigrant serving organization in B.C.

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Skilled Immigrant Info Centre - BC

The Skilled Immigrant InfoCentre is an online and in-person resource centre that helps newcomers to Canada find the information they need to get a job, explore careers or start a business. All of our services and resources are free and are created by staff at Vancouver Public Library.

 

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SUCCESS - BC

Assisting immigrants and their families learn about Canada's systems and services. We offer opportunities for immigrants to develop English language skills, learn about Canada's labour market, network and develop professional and social networks, and settle into their local B.C. communities.

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YMCA of Greater Vancouver - BC

New to Canada and want to learn more about life here? Whether you're looking to make new friends, improve your language skills or just want to get settled in your new country, the Y can ease your transition with services and supports just for newcomers. Come on by, our doors are always open for you.

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YMCA of GTA - Next stop Canada

Next Stop Canada is home to two online pre-arrival programs delivered by the YMCA of Greater Toronto funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC). These programs offer free online services and support to those who have received approval from IRCC to come to Canada.

 

 

Pre-Arrival Services

 

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British Columbia Construction Association - BC

The BCCA Integrating Newcomers program helps newcomers enter the construction workforce to settle into new lives and communities in British Columbia.

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Build ON - ON

Helping you prepare for work in the skilled trades in Ontario, Canada. Build ON supports individuals who have received confirmation of permanent residence from the government of Canada.

 

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Food Processing and Human Resources Council

The Pre-Arrival Food Safety Management Training Program offers skilled individuals in their home countries the tools and knowledge needed to transfer into a successful career in the Canadian food and beverage industry.

 

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Immigrant Employment Council of BC

Immigrating to Canada? Planning to build a career in Canada's top industries like IT, biotechnology, and skilled trades?

IEC-BC offers FAST (Facilitating Access to Skilled Talent), a free employment preparation program delivered online (www.fastbc.org), so you can get a head start in your careers.  Learn about Canadian workplace culture, access free tools and resources, including competency assessment, gap training and occupation-specific certification offered through Canadian industry associations.

 

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Polycultural Immigrant & Community Services

A dynamic and diverse organization that serves communities in more than 40 languages through its five locations across Metro Toronto and Peel Region.  

Visit any one of our five locations around the GTA and you’ll feel it: a culture of care and human connection.

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Settlement Online Pre-Arrival - BC

Do you want to find a job in Canada? Our free Settlement Online Pre-Arrival (SOPA) courses can help!

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is providing this opportunity to help you arrive prepared for the Canadian workplace!

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SUCCESS - Active Engagement & Integration Project

Active Engagement and Integration Project (AEIP)is the first overseas initiative of S.U.C.C.E.S.S. which provides free pre-landing services to support the settlement, adaptation and integration of individuals moving to Canada.

 

 

Education Services

 

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Ashton College

At Ashton, the focus is on you and your career. The small class sizes deliver a personalized education designed to help you excel in your chosen field. As your career partner, you can be assured that Ashton will help you on your journey to success.

 

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Humber College

Take theory, add practical learning, state-of-the-art labs and creative spaces and you will unleash innovative and entrepreneurial thinking. Integrate opportunities to move from a certificate to a diploma to a degree and beyond. 

 

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Dhillon school of Business, University of Lethbridge - AB

You can transition into a career as a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) with CPA Bridging. You don't need prior accounting courses or work experience, so you can become an accounting and finance professional without a business background. 

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Norquest College

Our goal is to help you find the right program or course for you – what you want, where you want it, when you want it, and in the format you want.

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TRIOS College - ON

Most of the TRIOS programs include an internship to give you the hands-on experience you need. Depending on the program you choose, we can have you job-ready in 6 months.

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Institute of Financial Services Education - ON

IFSE is a Canadian leader in online learning delivery. Since 1967, They have been dedicated to helping their students improve financial literacy by providing best-in-class financial education and support.

 

 

 

Employment Opportunities

 

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Gateway Casino

A career at Gateway means learning and development, great people and a great atmosphere. Our employees thrive with ongoing training and leadership programs all while working in an engaging and fun environment. Join us today!

Professional Organizations

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CPA of Ontario

An educator, thought leader, regulator, advocate and provider. Protecting the public interest by regulating the accounting profession
in Ontario and ensuring our members meet the highest standards of integrity and expertise. 

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The Ontario Society of Professional Engineers - ON

The Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE) is the voice of the engineering profession in Ontario. We represent the entire engineering community, including professional engineers, engineering graduates and students who work or will work in several of the most strategic sectors of Ontario’s economy.

And Much More...

 

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 Canadian Workplace

Find work. Keep It. Get promoted. Canadian Workplace helps newcomers that are new to Canada, by helping you conduct a strategy to get the jobs you want and understand why employers aren’t hiring you.

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 David Cummings Insurance Services

An independent brokerage with over 20 years specializing in health and travel insurance for New Immigrants awaiting Provincial Health Insurance, Foreign Workers, Expatriates and more.

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 FlyOver Canada

FlyOver Canada utilizes state-of-the-art technology to give you the feeling of flight. You will hang suspended, feet dangling, before a 20-metre spherical screen while our film whisks you away on an exhilarating 8-minute journey across Canada, from east to west.

Make sure that you are fully prepared for the fair

Frequently Asked Questions

[fa icon="plus-square"] Am I eligible for the virtual fair?
To be eligible for the fair you need to either be in the process of applying for your Canadian visa or already in Canada.
[fa icon="plus-square"] How much does the virtual fair cost?
The virtual fair is completely free with no hidden costs. There is nothing that you will need to pay at any time when you register and meet with the experts.  You can register for the virtual fair today using the form below and get your future in Canada off to a great start!
[fa icon="plus-square"] How do I attend the fair?
You can access the fair on the correct date on a desktop, laptop or even your mobile phone.  Just register using the form below and look forward to getting all of the training and education you need to find a great career in Canada.
[fa icon="plus-square"] Can I attend the fair after I arrive in Canada?
Yes, of course, the fair is open to all newcomers to Canada. Prepare for Canada has a great many resources for immigrants at any stage of their immigration journey.
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Don’t forget to visit the Scotiabank stall to see how their Scotiabank StartRight program makes your transition smoother!