Articles and resources on daily life in Canada and what to expect when arriving in Canada as a newcomer.

We stand together against racial injustice

Arrive stands shoulder to shoulder with newcomers from all over the world. Today we stand with members of the black community, newcomers or not. These past few weeks we have been reflecting on racial injustice, listening and learning, and we would like to share some resources we have found to [...]

Set your goals. Find your path. Follow your dreams.

From an interview with Roxana Radescu, Personal Skills Coach   As we all work or look for work from home, our business and family lives overlap and intersect. Business becomes personal and personal becomes business. We need to look to the future, make connections and build our networks. Personal skills [...]

The benefits of volunteering as a newcomer in Canada

Volunteering is an integral part of Canadian culture. Children are encouraged to do it, and high school students must complete mandatory volunteer hours. Adults volunteer their time and skills at charities, non-profit organizations, political parties, religious faith organizations, youth groups, and many other places. According to Statistics Canada, in 2013, [...]

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