VANCOUVER: How can I stay in Canada? Seminar on PR.
Note: the date has changed to Friday July 15th at 5:30 pm. If you are already registered your ticket is confirmed.
Alberta Labour, Service Canada and IRCC have partnered together to deliver more information sessions this week for temporary workers and their employers who have been affected by the Alberta Wildfires. These sessions are being offered in person at the Edmonton Clinic Health Academy (ECHA), Room...
Notice to affected residents
As a result of the wildfires in Fort McMurray and surrounding areas, citizenship and immigration documents belonging to Canadians, permanent residents, protected persons and temporary residents may have been lost, damaged or destroyed. In addition, work and study permit holders may be...
Are you a Temporary Foreign Worker impacted by the Fort Mc evacuations?
1. For emergency resources contact the Red Cross:
2. For general information contact Service Canada:
3. For information on registering for EI (Employment Insurance) contact:
4. For information on the status of your work...
If you are a Temporary Foreign Worker (LMIA or even IEC) displaced by the fire in Fort McMurray, this may be a very useful seminar to attend to find out "what happens next".
Register for I/CAN's next weekly employment seminar with info on resumes, Canadian interviews, and fine-tuning your career goals in Canada (please bring your own pen and paper).
Address: 67 Yonge Street, Suite 401, Toronto, M5E 1J8.
We kindly ask that you are in our office by 4.15pm.
Upon arrival in Canada, if you are not getting a drivers' lic, get yourself a provincial photo ID card. New passports take 10-14 weeks to process from abroad and expedited passports will not be processed for lost documents. See here for a list of places...