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The Association for New Canadians has a number of publications available online or in print that are designed to assist newcomers in the inclusion and integration process. These include the Newcomers’ Guide to Services and Resources in Newfoundland and Labrador (in English only), An Immigrant Parents’ Guide to the Newfoundland and Labrador School System (see below), and Peace and Harmony: A Society of Respect, among many others. 

An Immigrant Parents' Guide to the Newfoundland and Labrador School System

Download the Albanian version here.
Download the Burmese version here.
Download the English version here.
Download the Nepalese version here.
Download the Spanish version here.


Newcomers' Guide to Services and Resources in Newfoundland and Labrador

Download the English version here.


CARE: The Integration of Immigrants into the Newfoundland and Labrador Workforce

Download the Final Report here.


Living in Newfoundland and Labrador: A Newcomers' Pocket Guide

Download the English version here.


ANC Annual Reports

Download the 2009-10 Annual Report here

Download the 2010-11 Annual Report here.

Download the 2011-12 Annual Report here.

Download the 2012-13 Annual Report here.


Appreciation for Our New Nation Artbook

Download the Artbook here.

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LIPs Stakeholder Session

Download the LIPs Introduction presentation here.

Download CIC's presentation here.

Download the "Immigration Statistics and What We Heard" presentation here.

 

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ANC Newsletter

Fall 2015

 

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Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has produced a number of videos that are intended to help newcomers settle in Canada:

 

1. Before You Arrive in Canada recommends that newcomers bring all of their personal identification documents with them and have all their official documents translated into English or French before coming to Canada, among many other recommendations.

2. Your First Two Weeks in Canada explains to newcomers the importance of obtaining a Social Insurance Number, contacting a local settlement organization, and finding employment.

 

3. Language Training for Canada will help newcomers learn about the steps they can take to improve language skills before and after arriving in Canada.

 

4. Advancing Foreign Credential Recognition: The Government of Canada is committed to improving the process of foreign credential recognition to make it faster, fairer and more consistent across Canada. This will help new immigrants contribute to their full economic potential when they arrive in Canada.

   


 

 

 

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