More immigrants coming to Nova Scotia than at any time in the last 10 years

More immigrant coming to Nova Scotia than at any time in the last 10 years

More immigrant coming to Nova Scotia than at any time in the last 10 years. Yes you heard it right. According to a statement released by Provincial Immigration Minister Lena Metlege Diab, last year the number of immigrants that settled in Nova Scotia reached a 10-year high of 2,661. It was never a steady incline. […]

Winter expedition for newcomers

‘Wintegration’ a Winter expedition for newcomers

A very good read in Toronto Star about Wintegration – Winter expedition for newcomers that was put together by Toronto and Region Conservation Authority in coordination with CultureLink Immigrant Services in Toronto. The “Wintegration Club,” a program run by CultureLink immigrant services, offers one answer: immersion experiences in a Canada even many native-born urban Canadians […]

Fraudulent websites posing as legitimate Alberta employers are appearing on the Internet offering positions in Alberta’s oil patch

Scam Alert: Fraudulent website advertise non-existent jobs in Alberta Oil and Gas

Fraudulent websites posing as legitimate Alberta employers are appearing on the Internet offering positions in Alberta’s oil patch – jobs that do not exist. They are advertising non-existent jobs in some times non-existent Oil and Gas companies and sometimes real companies. A downturn in oil prices means greater competition for work in Alberta and scammers […]

The Paul Yuzyk Award for Multiculturalism 2015

Paul Yuzyk Award eligibility requirement and deadline for 2015

Find out about the eligibility requirements and deadline for the Paul Yuzyk Award and how to nominate an individual, group of individuals, or organization you think deserves to be recognized for exceptional contributions to multiculturalism and the integration of newcomers. The nomination deadline for the 2015 Award is March 31, 2015. The Paul Yuzyk Award […]

Canada Demographics – Accurate ?

Canada Demographics Do not forget to check out my Fun Facts about Canadian Provinces. This is a picture I found a while ago.A funny but accurate representation of the Land, weather and people in each and every province and territory. This is my casual take on it. How accurate do you think this infographic is? […]

Things you can do in Vancouver, BC in a Day

Vancouver ….. beautiful city of British Columbia. Its easy accessibility to water and its milder temperature has no doubt added to its attractive green landscape. There are many things you can do in Vancouver. I was planning a week trip to the place and in my search I cam across this blog by an avid […]

Happy International Women Day 2015!

Happy International Women Day! Settling down in a new country is always hard and it is the women of the house who makes it seem smooth. Can’t stress enough the importance of Women. We would all be lost without them. They are strong, they are brave, they give you courage, they give you love, they […]

Stunning Pictures of Canada

Life in Canada is Challenging. It is very easy to get absorbed in day to day living and we forget what is around us. But there are some people among us who see world differently. They Cherish the moment and they share what they see with rest of the world. Here are some of the […]

Views of an African Immigrants about Canada and its culture

Here is an article written by an African Immigrants. See what are her views. Being a lady of color, how does she feel about Canada and its system. Read below. I am a guest in a stolen house. I can sympathize with the victims, because a long time ago, my house was the scene of […]

Newcomers Guide: Important Canadian Government Contacts

You are new in Canada and trying to find your way around here. There are many questions and unknowns. Who do you contact ? Where do you go ? TopTipsClub’s Settlement experts are preparing an online “Newcomers Handbook”. It will be loaded with useful information you will need in order to give yourself a good […]