After you Arrive
Employment In Canada
any newcomers to Canada discover that finding a job in Canada after arrival is a real challenge. An option for some is to start their own business. This can be a great alternative to going through extensive interview processes and making sure that you have a Canadian Style Resume.
Living in Canada
Preparing your child for the Canadian classroom In Canada, September is synonymous with back to school. Though it’s technically still summer, this month is all about back-to-school shopping, getting ready and adjusting to a new school year. Parents become heavily invested in this yearly tradition, updating wardrobes, preparing school meals and snacks, shifting work schedules… read more
Manage Your Finances
1. Get a Social Insurance Number Obtaining a Social Insurance Number (SIN) is the first step you need to take in order to navigate the Canadian system. You will need this nine-digit number to open a bank account, apply for health insurance, get employed and access certain services. On the Service Canada website (http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/) you… read more