Lay a strong foundation for success in Canada
When you’re moving to Canada, there’s a lot you’ll need to do in your initial three months, even as you settle into your new country. Your financial stability will be of utmost importance, so you’ll need to create a budget, open a bank account, get a credit card, and start building your Canadian credit history. In addition, you’ll need to find a suitable place to live. You also have to get a Social Insurance Number (SIN), figure out your transportation options, register for provincial healthcare, and enrol your children in school.
If you haven’t already, you’ll want to fast-track your job search in Canada. This may involve understanding the job market, creating a Canadian-style resume, networking with professionals in your industry, or preparing for job interviews.
Join Clem Leveau-Vallier (Head of Marketing, Arrive) and Harshit Rawal (RBC Newcomer Advisor) as they help you make the most of your first three months in Canada. In this webinar, we’ll take you through all the essential things that should be on your to-do list when you arrive, including budgeting and opening a bank account, building your credit score, renting your first home, signing up for health coverage, and finding employment in Canada.
You’ll learn about:
- Budgeting, banking, and credit
- Tasks for your first 7 days in Canada
- Finding a rental home
- Health and school system in Canada
- Adapting to cultural differences
- Finding a suitable job in Canada
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Arrive is a part of Royal Bank of Canada (Canada’s largest bank*). In collaboration with RBC, Arrive is dedicated to helping newcomers achieve their life, career, and financial goals in Canada. *Based on market capitalization