Newcomers to Canada

  • Newcomers and Canadian high schools students are friendly, but not friends Friendliness to newcomers is not translating into friendship in schools, finds one study.  As international migration continues to grow in scope, complexity and impact, social integration of newcomers has become an issue of global concern. It’s particularly a salient issue for Canada, a country with one of the highest global ...
  • Beware of top scams: newcomers vulnerable Every year, Canada’s Better Business Bureau (BBB) releases its National List of Top 10 Scams to promote scam awareness and fraud prevention across the country. BBB reports that in 2018 alone, Canadians lost over $121 million to scammers, moving up from $95 million in 2017, and more than doubling the ...
  • Living in Hamilton, Ontario Want to live in a big city with a hometown feel that’s close to nature with a growing but still affordable housing market? Our ‘Find a City’ series explores the ‘Manufacturing Metropolis’. Hamilton is the ninth largest city in the province of Ontario and is located approximately at the mid-point ...
  • Difference between entry-level and entry-point jobs Four steps to help newcomers look for entry-point jobs with potential After years of assisting newcomers find work in Canada, I noticed a common question they would ask is: “I met some longtime permanent residents to Canada and they told me that although I had a very high position before moving ...
  • Bernard Laryea motivates youth to pursue excellence With his Toronto youth program Dare to be Different; Motivational speaker, youth worker and entrepreneur Bernard Laryea remembers a time when he felt there was something missing in his life. The Ghanian-born immigrant describes it as “a passion that was burning inside him,” but was “trapped.” It was his desire ...