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    Moving to Canada Soon? A Pre-Arrival Checklist to Help You Prepare
    By being prepared and well-organized in advance you can arrive in Canada feeling more confident.
    What benefits do Canadian tax-filers enjoy?
    Canadian dollar bills in addition to T4 and T4A tax slips.
    Recent policies that may make home ownership more affordable for eligible newcomers to Canada
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    10 mistakes to avoid as a newcomer to Canada
    Man and woman walking and laughing, enjoying a day out in the city on a sunny autumn day
    Faster employment growth for new immigrants
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    Building A Resume for Job Hunting in Canada: Useful Tips to Build a Strong Resume
    As you navigate the exciting path of job hunting, one of the important tools you will need is a well-crafted resume.
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    How to file your taxes in Canada as a newcomer
    A slew of rebate cheques in front of multiple Canadian dollar bills.
    Prepare For Your Canadian Career: Useful tips to prepare before you arrive
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    Choose Chatham-Kent to learn, earn, and live
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    New Beginnings: Helpful Advice for Landing Your First Job in Canada
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    Where to start Banking in Canada as a Newcomer?
    Woman sitting on couch looking at credit card in her left hand while holding a cell phone in her right hand
    What you need to know before moving to Manitoba
    A picture of a bridge in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
    What you need to know before moving to New Brunswick
    A picture of a cliff in New Brunswick, featuring a light house, with the ocean in the background.
    Travelling to Canada for the first time as a newcomer? Here is how you can arrive prepared
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    How much do families in Canada spend on children?
    Two children smiling in front of a school building. Canadians spend a varying amount on child expenses, depending on family composition and province of residence. Read on to learn more
    Report: Canada’s immigration levels will need to rise in the future
    A sign marking the Canadian border. Canada's immigration levels may soon need to rise.
    Podcasts: The newcomer’s guide to Canada
    Two male podcasts hosts at their desk. Canada has a rich choice of podcasts that can help newcomers learn and better prepare for life in Canada.
    Canada’s government proposing new affordability measures
    Canada is introducing legislation to improve affordability.
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