To support our community and new immigrants to Canada, NCA has gone far to get you the best and accurate information in all areas so as to make your settlement and growth in Canada stress free.

Please note that Every Canadian province and territory has its own social assistance system.

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.

You can also contact an immigrant-serving organization in the city or town where you plan to settle. Ask if there is temporary housing for newcomers and how much it costs.

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Canada Immigration


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
  • Study Permit
  • Business Visa
  • Trade Visa
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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.

  • Income Security
  • Child Tax Benefit
  • Old Age Security, Guaranteed Income
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Legal Resources Network


The Ontario Divorce Information Network (ODIN) is a Free Divorce information service for Ontario residents researching separation and divorce in the Province of Ontario.

The ODIN Platform is committed to dispute resolution processes and will provide you with information, better personalized and customized to your unique situation.

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Senior Network


Many communities in Ontario lack sufficient transportation options to meet the mobility needs of their residents. As a response, more and more of these communities have developed or are developing community transportation programs.

The Ontario Community Transportation Network has been created to connect individuals and organizations interested in exchanging information, experiences and practices about community transportation services in Ontario.

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Senior Network


Employment Service offers a range of resources, supports and service components to respond to the career and employment needs of individuals and the skilled labour needs of employers, and can help individuals on a path to higher skill training and employment.

The five components of the Employment Service provide a highly flexible tool kit of services that can be customized to a client‘s particular needs.

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Mental Health


Mental illness is experienced by 1 in 3 Canadians during their lifetime. Many Canadians are affected by it either directly or indirectly through family, friends or colleagues. Learn about mental illness, its risk factors, symptoms and treatment.

Learn more on Mental Health

  • What is mental illness?
  • What are the types of mental illness?
  • What are the risk factors for mental illness?
  • What are the symptoms of mental illness?
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Special Needs


Here are websites that are helpful when it comes to special education and special needs in Ontario. Please check your province’s website for further information. These information only applies to Ontario

The Ministry of Education (Ontario):


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Youth Advocacy Network


The NCA Youth Advocacy Network is a youth-led advocacy program and training organisation addressing issues of sexual and reproductive health and rights; education and training; arts, culture and society and violence prevention.

The aim of the mentorship program is to develop mentoring partnerships by introducing and matching experienced professionals with individuals who are seeking a mentor.

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