Welcome to Canada
This page will is dedicated to new comers. We will try to put any information we get regarding governmental Organization and NGOs which are helping new comers to integrate in the society. You can use the links in this page to check these organizations official website and service they are providing. We urge all visitors, if they have any name or experience, to send us email we will gladly add to the list.
ACCES offers a range of employment services to serve the needs of diverse job seekers. They help you to determine the employment services that will best suit your needs and that can help you to enter the workplace. They are conveniently located in Toronto, Scarborough, Mississauga, North York and Brampton. To register, visit the ACCES location that is nearest to you.
The Ontario Association of Architects is a self-regulating organization governed by the Architects Act, which is a statute of the Government of Ontario. The Association is dedicated to promoting and increasing the knowledge, skill and proficiency of its members, and administering the Architects Act, in order that the public interest may be served and protected.
Mr. Houman Vassighi, Intern Architect, has written in detail how to apply for OAA license.
For the details of Building Code Identification Number (BCIN) in Ontario, click on the link below:
Established in 1982, Skills for Change (SfC) is a non-profit agency based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Our mission is to provide learning and training opportunities for immigrants and refugees to access and fully participate in the workplace and wider community
Through the Professional Engineers Act, Professional Engineers Ontario governs licence and certificate holders and regulates professional engineering in Ontario to serve and protect the public. Established on June 14, 1922, Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) is the licensing and regulating body for engineering in the province. It fulfills the same role for engineers as the College of Physicians and Surgeons for doctors or the Law Society of Upper Canada for lawyers.
SERVICE CANADA: Service Canada was created in 2005 to improve the delivery of government programs and services to Canadians, by making access to them faster, easier, and more convenient. You can find helpful helpful links for Language learning Programs, Finding Job,...
They support for settlement, employment, training, and self-employment. Services at Microkills are available for women, immigrants, youth, racial minorities, and the unemployed.