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Access Centre for Regulated Employment Provides information about regulated professions for Internationally Trained Individuals in Southwestern Ontario

Bridging Programs in Ontario Bridging programs put together by employers, colleges and universities, occupational regulatory bodies, and community organizations

Newcomer Centre of Peel

Canada’s International Gateway (Government of Canada) Provides information about visiting, studying, working and immigrating to Canada; doing business with Canada and foreign policy and international development An online forum providing mentoring, resources and other services

Canadian Immigrant Magazine Information, tools, resources and strategies for personal growth and success

Canadian Immigration Integration Project An innovative Government of Canada project helping those immigrating to Canada under the Federal Skilled Workers Program in China, India and the Philippines.

Canadian Newcomer Magazine Provides free information, advice, and encouragement to new immigrants

Centre for Internationally Trained Professionals & Tradespeople Provides programs that assist internationally trained professionals and tradespeople to secure work in their related background

Citizenship and Immigration Canada From the federal ministry responsible for developing and implementing immigration policies, programs and services – Information for newcomers to Canada

CLEONet Find out about your legal rights and the latest information on legal issues in Canada

Consortium of Agencies Serving Internationally-trained Persons Works collaboratively and coordinates employment and training services for internationally trained persons

DiverseCity onBoard Works to ensure that the governance bodies of public agencies, boards and commissions as well as voluntary organizations reflect the diversity of the people who live and work in the Greater Toronto Area

Foreign Credentials Referral Office Offers information about foreign credential assessment and recognition processes

Getting Licenced in Ontario The Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration provides information on getting licensed in a profession in Ontario

Global Experience Ontario This one-stop access and resource centre helps internationally trained and educated individuals find out how to qualify for professional practice in Ontario

Intelligence Connect Career Coaching and adjustment to Canadian corporate culture for immigrants

Occupational Career Maps Occupational Career Maps:  Information for Internationally Trained Workers

Office of the Fairness Commissioner Ensures people are treated fairly when they apply to become licensed professionals in one of Ontario’s regulated professions, no matter where they were trained; includes links to professional associations

Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants Advocate for the immigrant-serving sector and expert on immigrant and refugee Issues

Ontario Immigration Guides to living, working, doing business and studying in Ontario; information for before you arrive and after you arrive

Ontario Network for IEPs For IEPs new to Ontario, this site will help you find employment and build a career in your professional field

Ontario Regulators for Access Helps improve access to self-regulated professions while maintaining standards for public safety

Proactive Canadian Professionals Association Focuses on promoting networking among its members for their mutual benefit thus helping in their professional and social development For Newcomers to Ontario Information and resources for newcomers to Ontario on housing, education, employment, health and more

Statistics Canada Statistics Canada, Canada’s national statistical agency, produces statistics that help Canadians better understand their country—its population, resources, economy, society and culture.

Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council Creates and champions solutions to better integrate skilled immigrants in the Greater Toronto Region labour market.

Working in Canada Developed to help newcomers that are interested in living and working permanently in Canada; provides information on finding a job, the challenges of working in Canada, workers’ rights and more Provides information about settlement, employment, education, and opportunities for newcomer youth 18-24 including job opportunities


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