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Our mission is to fully prepare the Filipino immigrants to Canada even before they set foot on Canadian soil.

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Our Vision is to see Filipino immigrants to Canada successfully prepared, settled, and integrated into the Canadian community.
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Applying for a job

Applying for a job involves three steps: Develop a résumé Prepare a cover letter Research the company and the job Step 1) Develop a résumé A Definition ofrésumé or curriculum vitae (c.v.) is an important tool when you look for a j...read more



Checklist

In this page, you will find the lists of important  documents you  will be needing upon arrival in Canada.  You  might not find every item be relevant to you, but it is best to be prepared.  1. Collect all official  documents belonging to you and every accompanying f...read more



Credential Assessment

How do I get my skills recognized? Foreign credential recognition is one of the main labour difficulties faced by newcomers to Canada. Some credentials obtained outside of Canada may not be recognized as equivalent to Canadian credentials. This is often because of contextual differences betwee...read more



Education & work experience documents

Education and Work Experience Documents While you are preparing to immigrate to Canada, you can obtain documents that describe your education and work experience. Definition ofCredential assessment agencies, Definition ofregulatory bodies, Definition ofeducation institutions, and&n...read more



Healthcare and Medical Insurance

Canada’s universal health-care system All Canadian citizens and permanent residents may apply for public health insurance. When you have it, you do not pay for most health-care services as health care is paid for through taxes. When you use public health-care services, you must show your he...read more



Immigrant Service Providers near you

Free services for immigrants to Canada include: language assessments and classes help finding a job help with daily life such as finding a place to live and filling out forms and applications information about community services such as mentoring Our interactive map will help you to...read more



Job opportunities all across Canada

​​​​​​ Researching your occupation will help you learn about job opportunities and find the job that is right for you. Follow these three steps before you begin looking for a job in Canada: identify the name of your occupation in Canada determine if your occupation is regul...read more



Language Skills

Language skills is one of the main difficulties faced by newcomers. Canada has two official languages: English and French. A newcomer's ability to communicate and work in English or French is essential to finding a job. Many employers may ask you for proof of your language skills through test...read more



Live and Work in Canada

Where should I live? Canada has thousands of cities and towns. Finding the right place to live and work may take time. Housing costs vary greatly across Canada and depend on location (city, town or rural area) and type of home (for example, apartment or house). Where you choose to live will im...read more



Obtaining SIN, Health Insurance, and driver's licence in Canada

Important Canadian Documents:   Social Insurance Number One of the first things a newcomer should do after they arrive in Canada is apply for a Social Insurance Number (SIN). A SIN is a unique nine-digit number that you need to work in Canada or to have access to government programs...read more



Volunteering

How do I get Canadian Work Experience? Newcomers may face challenges finding a job in Canada. Statistics Canada identifies four labour market challenges faced by newcomers to Canada. One challenge is work experience.   Experience in a Canadian workplace may be a requirement o...read more



What goods can you bring to Canada

When you move to Canada from another country, you may bring your personal and household goods with you without paying duty. But you will have to pay duty on any item you bring that has not been used. A duty is a fee that the government charges on some goods when they enter Canada. You do not have...read more

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8000 Philippines

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