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  1. Newcomers are paired with an individual who is an established resident in the community so they can spend time together. Volunteers and clients may be single, couples or families. Matches are made based on similar interests, location and other factors. The pro...
  2. Community navigators work with new residents to help them transition to life in the area. The navigators can: Welcome new residents Help answer questions and connect to local resources and services Connect newcomers to individuals and families who want to help...
  3. Community navigators work with new residents to help them transition to life in the area. The navigators can: Welcome new residents Help answer questions and connect to local resources and services Connect newcomers to individuals and families who want to help...
  4. Community navigators work with new residents to help them transition to life in the area. The navigators can: Welcome new residents Help answer questions and connect to local resources and services Connect newcomers to individuals and families who want to help...
  5. A counsellor works with families, children, and youth to help newcomers deal with challenges of adapting to life in Canada. The counsellor can help with pre-existing or new concerns and help with problem solving and working towards goals and personal skills.  
  6. Connects newcomers to Canada with well-settled Canadians to enjoy the festive season by sharing a meal, seasonal activity or party invitation together. Typically individuals and their hosts get together either around Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year's.COVID...
  7. Intake Workers help newcomers by determining eligibility for services, conducting a needs assessment and developing a settlement plan for each eligible client. When possible, family members are registered together at the same appointment. Services include: Col...
  8. Intake Workers help newcomers by determining eligibility for services, conducting a needs assessment and developing a settlement plan for each eligible client. When possible, family members are registered together at the same appointment. Services include: Col...
  9. New ImmigrantsProvided by: Government of Canada - Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada - AKA: IRCC; CIC; Citizenship and Immigration Canada
    Provides information on programs and services for new immigrants such as: Getting a permanent resident card Starting a new life in Canada First tax year in Canada Immigrant services near you Applying for citizenship Updating your address
  10. Immigrant seniors and Island seniors who are age 50+ participate together in hands-on workshops and activities to help combat social isolation. Also provides the opportunity for immigrants to learn about PEI culture and share their culture, practice language s...