Being fully settled means having met your employment, education, housing and healthcare needs. After a few months in your new home, you should have more time to socialize and enjoy the recreational opportunities offered in your new city. Activities for the entire family are available in most of Ontario’s communities. Common questions about daily life can include:
For many Canadians, daily life revolves around employment, school, family and community. Most communities in Ontario also offer access to parks, sports fields, indoor recreation facilities, and after-school or summer activities for children. In bigger cities, there are many possibilities to meet with people from your home country through cultural organizations, places of worship or social services. This all makes it easier for you and your family to meet new people and enjoy your favorite activities. Understanding daily life and local services in your new community will ensure that, once you arrive, you request assistance that is specific to your daily needs.
|Successful integration means more than having a roof over your head and a job. This is why our Build ON service not only looks at your employment goals, but is also there to help you achieve a balanced lifestyle in your new community.
By registering today, you will be able to access individual consultations and online workshops. Our Build ON service will prepare you in the following ways:
- Adapting to the Canadian Workplace
- Being familiar with Ontario’s regions and communities
- Connecting you to useful settlement and recreation services in your future home
There are many preparations to make before you move to Ontario. Don’t wait until you land in Canada, start now with Build ON.
Register today and Build ON with us!