Motto: Promoting cultural awareness and positive values of Nigerian Canadians.

MEMBERSHIP

Thank you for the sensible decision to join Nigerian Canadian Association in promoting the same vision, passion and desire to change the future.

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DONATIONS

Donating below strengthens our mission and accomplishments and to provide a concerted front for tackling problems affecting Nigerians living in the GTA

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WELCOME TO NIGERIAN CANADIAN ASSOCIATION (NCA)

The NIGERIAN CANADIAN ASSOCIATION is a non-profitable organization whose aims and objectives are to lend helping hands to all Nigerians leaving in Canada. The running and funding of the Club are based on the monthly contribution of its members and the kind donations of people like you when we embark on a project.

 

NCA is a community based organization that is committed to addressing the integration, education, health, housing, social services, culture, and economic development needs of Nigerian Canadians and other immigrants in Canada, through programs services and advocacy.

FEW WORDS ABOUT NCA

The Nigerian Canadian Association in Community Development is an Association of Nigerians resident in the Greater Toronto Area and its environs;

Nigerian Canadian Association NCA is the umbrella association for all Canadians of Nigerian decent.

We hold monthly meetings on every last Sunday

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CONSTITUTION

The Nigerian Canadian Association in Community Development is an Association of Nigerians resident in the Greater Toronto Area and its environs;

The general Membership subscribes to and will work diligently to support all the legitimate aspirations of Nigerian Canadian Association in Community Development and Nigeria

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HISTORY OF NIGERIA

Nigeria is located on the western coast of Africa. Before the colonial era, the peoples of Nigeria lived in hunting, fishing and farming societies. In the 15th century, the Portuguese were the first white people to arrive in Nigeria, before the arrival of the British.

The people of Benin began to trade with the Portuguese, selling slaves, buying spices and firearms, and learning the art of writing and the Christian religion.

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MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT

My name is Ojie Eghobor, President Nigerian Canadian Association In Community Development. Greater Toronto Area aka NCA.

Today’s Nigerian Independence day ceremony marks the culmination of a process which began sixty one years ago.

It is with justifiable pride that we claim the achievement of our forefathers for Independence to be unparalleled in the archives of nations building.

When October 1st 1960 was chosen for Nigerian Independence, it was a signal that the people and its frontier were destined to move with dignity to her place of prominence on the world stage.

The committees of nations are aware of how hard Nigerians strive to uphold her unity in diversity. The objectives have always and will continue to be the desired to preserve the territorial integrity and unity of Nigeria.

NCA Networks

Housing Assistance

housing-assistance

After you get to Canada, you’ll need to find a temporary place to stay until you can rent or buy a home. One option is to stay at a hotel or hostel.
Learn more about hotels and hostels at Newcomers Canada.

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Canada Immigration

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How you can immigrate to Canada, how to protect yourself from fraud and what to expect after you arrive in Canada.

  • Migration to Canada
  • Express Entry
  • Family Sponsorship

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Social Assistance

social-assistance

Social programs in Canada include all government programs designed to give assistance to citizens outside what the market provides. The Canadian social safety net covers a broad spectrum of programs, and because Canada is a federation, many are run by the provinces.

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