Settlement Vade Mecum: A Guide for International Students & Immigrant Newcomers planning to Travel to Canada.A Guide for International Students in Canada Arriving from Abroad.

“It isn’t how much time you spend somewhere that makes it memorable: it’s how you spend the time.”  – David Brenner
So spend part of that time reading this short piece of information… it will be worth your while. Thank you 🙂 Ocrejducate – June 2022

There are ten (10) provinces and three (3) territories in Canada. As a newcomer, immigrant, or international student, it is essential to get familiar with the settlement agencies and centers in the province or territory and city you are immigrating to or studying.

In this segment of Settlement tips 1.0, we present the settlement agencies in the ten provinces of Canada in alphabetical order.

Alberta British Columbia Manitoba New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador   Nova Scotia Ontario  Prince Edward Island Quebec Saskatchewan

The settlement of the three territories in Canada are listed below

Northwest Territories



However, the best place to obtain complete lists of all settlement agencies or organizations across Canada remains the website of the Government of Canada.

In conclusion, it is advisable to connect with some private organizations and social enterprises established by former international students or immigrants who either provide information or share contents or create videos about their lived experiences as newcomers. We recommend Ocrej Consulting to anyone who desires to have a first-hand information about life in New Brunswick either as an international student who is traveling to Canada with children and family, or a temporary resident on any temporary resident visa – work permit, post-graduate work permit (PGWP), or a permanent resident immigrating to Canada anytime soon.

If you are looking for a reliable immigration consultant who can assist you on this journey; we recommend you contact this fantastic individual, Samusideen Kazeem Ademola, He is the founder of KSA Immigration Limited and has been a great resource network and support for me on my journey to becoming a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant myself. KSA is an active member of the college of Immigration and Citizenship Consultants.

The Fresh Start Hub,  founded by David Ojeyinka, is one of such valuable resource networks to follow. David himself has selflessly supported various professionals and international students settling down in Canada. Follow him for more details.

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