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Before you move to Canada, it is important that you research the most suitable place for you and your family to live, and the best ways to find support as you build your new lives. These pages will help you prepare for your move.
Ontario has laws to ensure workplace health and safety. As a worker, you have the right to know about workplace hazards, refuse unsafe work, and participate in addressing workplace health and safety issues. Employers must provide basic health and safety training to workers and supervisors, and do everything reasonable in the circumstances to protect workers from being hurt or getting a work-related illness. There are several training tools in various languages to help you learn how to work safely.
Find out if your foreign education, work experience, or professional credentials are equivalent to the standards set for Canadian workers. Get your credentials assessed.
This information will help you to estimate how much it will cost you to live in Canada.
Canada is a large country with many places to live, each with its own unique weather, culture, services and more. Even if you have friends and family living in Canada, take time to think about what you want your new life to be like. Check out Ontarioimmigration.ca to learn more about the different cities and towns in Ontario.
Speaking either English or French can help you adapt to life in Canada by making it easier to get a job, communicate with Canadians, and talk with your children in the language they learn at school.
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