INFORMATION on permanent residency, citizenship, sponsorship, work & visitor permits, government programs, and community services. We can also help you access information on health cards, drivers licenses, social insurance numbers, housing, banking, employment, and social services.
ORIENTATION to the local area (St. Thomas & Elgin County) to help you settle into your new community and to learn Canadian customs and traditions.
ENGLISH LANGUAGE CLASSES, free for Permanent Residents age 18 and older, offered in St. Thomas and Aylmer.
REFERRALS to put you in touch with cultural, educational, recreational, legal, and other support services in the community.
INTERPRETATION services can be provided in some languages to help you communicate and cope with daily life in your community.
ASSISTANCE filling out forms from other agencies and government offices.
CROSS-CULTURAL TRAINING and information on diversity issues for schools, agencies, church groups, and service clubs (upon request).