Your Success in
Canada Starts Here
We connect you with the people, networks and organizations that can make your immigration journey easier – before and after you arrive.
How We Can Help
Find Your First Job
The Canadian job market is changing. Use our job finding resources to learn what the changes mean for your job search. Register to make connections you need for your career pathway in Canada.
Find Your Place to Call Home
We help you research the right landing city, which is critical for your economic success. Learn about local housing markets and lifestyles and connect with services to simplify settling in your new city.
Find Your Financial Success
You have financial goals and dreams for your new life in Canada. Our free guides and resources will help you get financially established quickly, so you can achieve your goals.
Find a Place to Call
Home in Canada
Discover the best options for newcomers to Canada to find a home. Rentals for Newcomers, Real Estate Agents, Home Sharing, and Rooms for Newcomers are all great options to explore.
We’ve been helping newcomers for over 10 years! Here’s what newcomers have to say about us.
I have been following materials from Prepare for Canada before landing and it has helped me a lot. With the techniques learned from you, I recently got a job with a very reputable company and with decent pay.
The online fair was really informative and helpful. It has enabled me to learn more about various organisations across Canada and even let me network related to settling, banking and studying.
Essential Webinars for Newcomers to Canada
Our essential webinars provide up-to-date insights and guidance. Connect with subject matter experts and get the answers to your important questions.
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ACCOMMODATION IN CANADA
Finding suitable accommodation in Canada for you and your family is a top priority if you’re arriving within the next three months. And, key success factors will be selecting the type of housing that you prefer, in a city that you want to call home, and at a price you can afford.
SETTLING IN CANADA
A crosswalk is painted orange with white feathers to honour survivors of Canada's residential school system. Each year, September 30 marks the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation (also known as Orange Shirt Day). The day recognizes and remembers the tragic...
Having an extra day off from time to time is important to rest, have time to yourself, spend time with family or do other tasks. These extra days off are known as statutory holidays (or 'stat' or 'public' holidays) in Canada. During these holidays, most people...
When moving to Canada, you'll likely take some personal belongings with you. However, it's a good idea to plan what you want to bring with you and how much it will cost. When bringing your goods to follow and other household items to Canada, it's important to know...
WORKING IN CANADA
Researching Your Occupation in Canada The Canada Job Bank is an essential tool to research your profession or trade in Canada. It is a service provided by the government of Canada that allows you to search for jobs in your field and apply for them online. Canada Job...
What is mentoring? In the context of your career, a mentoring relationship can be an important tool to help you develop new skills, become more confident, and achieve important career goals. In simple terms, it’s a process where someone shares their skills and...
Self-awareness is the key to unlocking a world of job opportunities and leading you to personal and professional excellence. With an increased understanding of your strengths, areas to improve, and values, you can make well-informed career decisions, navigate...
BANKING & FINANCE IN CANADA
When you arrive in Canada, its essential to manage your personal finances. Learn what to budget for and how much you should plan to spend. Your budget will help you to manage how much you spend and live within your means.
How much money will I need to move to Canada? The answer to this important question really depends on the size of your family. Applying to become a permanent resident (PR) in Canada can be a long process that includes showing proof of funds to the Canadian visa office...
When you move to Canada, there are many things to consider, and the process can be quite long. One of the biggest things you need to consider is how to transfer your money and belongings to Canada quickly and cost-effectively. Fortunately, you have many options when...
We’ve Helped 1,000,000+ Newcomers Find Success in their Canadian Journey
Subscribers Since 2010
The “Prepare for Canada” program has helped thousands of prospective immigrants to prepare for success in Canada by delivering quality information focusing on job preparedness and settlement first steps.
Based on a survey conducted in 2017:
67% of our audience were employed within the first year
Over 50% employed in their field!
Over 10 Years
We have been doing this for a long time. We are always thrilled to get feedback from successful newcomers.
Who Should Register
for Our Program?
If you have applied to come to Canada or have landed already, our Settling In Canada resources are for you.
Our program is available for anyone who has any of the following documents:
- Confirmation of Permanent residence
- Canadian Visa pick up letter
- Request for medical examination letter
- Passport request letter
- Canadian visa
- IRCC invitation letter to obtain pre-arrival services
- Invitation to apply for permanent residence
- Unique Client Identifier