Newcomer Services Program

Settlement Services for Newcomers to Canada : Immigrant Settlement and Adaptation Program (ISAP).

This program assists newcomers and provides support during their initial settlement in Canada. All services are free of charge.Settlement workers assist with:

-  Information and orientation
-  Translation and interpretation
-  Referral to community resources
-  Filling out forms including applications for OHIP, Permanent Resident card renewal and Canadian citizenship
-  Supportive counselling
-  Contacting government and other community agencies
-  Employment related services.  

We host monthly workshops on topics such as Old Age Security, Health Care, Community Resources, Tenant Protection Act, Canada Child Tax Benefit, Job search workshops and etc.

For more information or to make an appointment, please call 416-392-0335 ext. 227 or ext. 246. Walk-in services are available, but appointments are recommended.

SETTLEMENT SERVICES FOR SYRIAN AND ARABIC-SPEAKING NEWCOMERS TO CANADA



FREE TAX CLINIC FOR LOW-INCOME NEWCOMER FAMILIES

February – April

We offer FREE income tax preparation to low income newcomers.

2016 Eligibility: $30000/year for a single person and $40000/year for a family.

Appointments are required.


FREE SETTLEMENT SERVICE IN SANDERSON TORONTO PUBLIC LIBRARY
Every Tuesday 2:00 - 4:30 pm

Settlement workers are stationed at Sanderson Public Library to provide FREE settlement services such as information, referral, interpretation etc. No appointment necessary.


ENGLISH CONVERSATION CIRCLE

DATE:
  Next date will be announced soon.
WHEN:  Every Tuesday 4pm – 5pm
WHERE: Toronto Public Library
               Sanderson Branch - Main Floor Program Room
               327 Bathurst St.  Toronto, ON  M5T 1J1
               Tel. 416-393-7653
               www.torontopubliclibrary.ca

REGISTRATION:   Register at the library’s front desk or Call Grace Lam at 416-392-0335 ext 227

English Conversation Circle is a FREE program to help you practice your English with other newcomers and volunteers. Topics discussed include culture, food, ecology, and other interesting themes.

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