CareerSeptember 28, 2022

How to get a human resources (HR) job in Canada as a newcomer

Human resources (HR) is an important function in businesses across Canada as the need to attract and retain skilled workers continues to grow. Human resources professionals often play an integral role in establishing a company’s culture, training and retention, diversity and inclusion, and labour relations. Whether you are a seasoned [...]

CareerSeptember 22, 2022

How to get a marketing job in Canada as a newcomer

Marketing is a core function in most businesses in Canada, and marketing professionals are always in demand across industries. Whether you recently qualified as a marketer or have several years of marketing experience from your home country, moving to Canada can introduce you to a wide range of opportunities.  However, [...]

ImmigrationSeptember 14, 2022

How to move to Canada from India

Canada is an attractive destination for newcomers from all over the world, and Indians are no exception. If you’re considering a permanent move to Canada from India, there are many reasons to support your choice. However, immigrating to a new country is a big decision, and you must weigh your [...]

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CareerImmigrationAugust 24, 2022

How to immigrate to Canada as a lawyer

Lawyers are valued around the world for providing professional legal expertise in a wide range of fields that cross business, public service, and dispute resolution. Relied upon for skills in negotiation, advocacy, and problem solving, lawyers in Canada are highly regarded and can pursue countless career opportunities in the country.  [...]

CareerImmigrationAugust 17, 2022

How to immigrate to Canada as an accountant

In today’s business world, accountants are not just the custodians of financial data but also trusted advisors whose knowledge and expertise inform business decisions across departments and industries. Qualified accountants are in demand in Canada, and there’s no shortage of opportunities in accounting, taxation, auditing, and financial management. Whether you [...]

Back-to-school tips for newcomers to Canada

Each fall, going back to school is both an exciting and stressful time for children. As a newcomer, it can be overwhelming to navigate a new school system at the best of times, let alone during amidst the ongoing certainty of the COVID-19 pandemic. However, with the situation improving, most [...]

Arriving at Toronto Pearson Airport as a newcomer

After months of preparation and immigration paperwork, arriving in Canada is a dream come true for most newcomers. But this is just the beginning, and some of your settling-in processes start right at the airport. If you’re landing in Toronto directly, your flight will likely arrive at the Lester B. [...]

Summer activities for newcomer children in Canada

​​Summer in Canada brings an array of fun activities for newcomer children to experience during their well-deserved break from school. From summer camps to picnics at the park, playing sports to visiting attractions, with a little planning, you can ensure your children enjoy summer days packed with fun, friends and [...]

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