Be Informed.
Come Prepared.

If you are an economic or family class immigrant, look to us for information and pre-arrival support. We help you plan for your move, settlement and employment in Canada.

A Place You Can Call Home

Canada is a vast, diverse, welcoming and safe country with a high standard of living. It’s not surprising that immigrants will account for 30% of Canada’s population by 2036. But even if you think you are prepared, you may face many challenges and unknowns when settling in a new country. A well-balanced overview from a reliable source can improve your chances of success in Canada and prevent disappointments. We give you up-to-date and accurate information to help you thrive.

How We Help

You’ve been approved for permanent residence. Now what? From finding housing to adapting to a new culture to understanding healthcare and the job market, you have a lot to think about. We are here to prepare you for an easy transition. We give you the information you need to make sense of your new home.

Job Readiness

What You Should Expect


Get Oriented

You will attend a group orientation (GO) session to get information on all key aspects of living and working in Canada.


Get Support

You will take part in a personalized planning session (PPS) to build an action plan with help from a trained facilitator.


Get Connected

You will form connections with local organizations and receive support based on your priorities, occupation and destination.

A Door to Employment

Foreign credential recognitions, lack of Canadian work experience, among other factors, can make it hard for immigrants to get quality employment.

A Canadian education can help get you back into your field faster after arrival, upgrade your existing skills, or even develop a new career. Post-secondary education institutions—colleges, universities, institutes, polytechnics and cégeps—in Canada offer many high-quality training options to support your labour market integration.

Success Stories

  • Gurleen Kaur

    “Planning for Canada told us about the initial phase and challenges, and helped us set realistic employment and settlement goals. All at no cost.”

    Gurleen moved from India in 2020.

  • Jo Anne Ocampo

    “I arrived during the pandemic and was able to adapt quickly because of my pre-arrival preparation. I found a professional job in one month!”

    Jo Anne moved from the Philippines in 2020.

  • Rutu and Kevin

    “My husband and I attended the GO in Mumbai. The session helped us differentiate reality from myths and validated the information we had.”

    Rutu and Kevin moved from India in 2018.

Start planning your new life in Canada.