Your First Weeks in Canada Webinar 

Thursday, January 12th, 2022

10:30 AM Toronto Time 

Learn more about life in Canada, including Your First Weeks in Canada, Canadian Workplace Culture, Banking, Finance and more.

Moving to a new country can be both an exciting and challenging experience. That's why in this webinar, "Your First Weeks in Canada", we are going to talk about the important things to do once you land in the country.

The webinar will discuss the following topics:

  • Important Documents
  • Newcomer Services
  • Housing
  • Transportation
  • Community Resources

Plus you will have a chance to ask the panelists all your questions in the webinar's Live Q&A chat session. 

Learn how to connect with a Next Stop Canada Information Referral specialist and get access to webinars, videos, e-learning courses, all online!

We look forward to having you in the webinar!


This webinar is offered to you free of cost but space is limited to the first 100 registrants. Register today to save your spot »»»




Erika Shimabukuro

Erika Shimabukuro

Bilingual Information and Referral Specialist

YMCA of Greater Toronto

"I immigrated to Canada about 9 years ago from Peru. I studied International Development at York University. After I graduated, I got a job at the YMCA Language Assessment Centre, where my career in immigrant services started. I wanted to continue serving newcomers and last year I joined Next Stop Canada Pre-Arrival Services. I enjoy working as a Bilingual Information & Referral Specialist because it allows me to help newcomers make informed decisions about their life in Canada."

Alexandra Popilian

Alexandra Popilian

Information And Referral Specialist

YMCA of Greater Toronto
“I came to Canada in 2002 with my family; And my experience has inspired me to work with newcomers and dedicate my knowledge and experience, to inform and support newcomer clients during their settlement process.

I studied Social Service Work for Immigrants and Refugees at Seneca at York and I have the pleasure of working with newcomers for more than 7 years now.”

David Frattini

David Frattini

Managing Partner
Prepare For Canada