Settlment Assistance Agencies

In Saskatoon, there are number of settlment assistance agencies from where you can get lots of help with your initial settlment. Check out the following places and see what kind of services/program they offer for newcomers/immigrants.

1.  Newcomer Information Centre

The Newcomers Information Centre provides up-to-date information and referrals to various programs and services to meet the need of new immigrants and refugees in Saskatoon. Website: http://www.nicstoon.org/

Located at 106-129 Third Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK, S7K2H4. Tel:343-8303

2.  Saskatoon Open Door Society

The mission of the Open Door Society is to welcome and assit immigrants and refugees to become informed and effective participants in Canadian Society and to involve the Saskatoon Community in their hospitable reception and just acceptance.

The Saskatoon Open Door Society is a non-profit organization that helps immigrants and refugees when they come to live in Saskatoon. The Open Door provides many services inluding settlement and family programming, language training, daycare and employment programs.

Don’t forget to visit Saskatoon Open Door Society located at 100-129 3rd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 2H4. Tel: 653-4464

3.  The Global Gathering Place:

The Global Gathering Place provides services for immigrants and refugees in Saskatoon including helping newcomers adapt to life in Canada. Read more about their service from their website.

4.  International Women of Saskatoon:

The Goal of Internation Women of Saskatoon is to help improve the status of immigrant and refugee women and their families residing in Saskatoon and surrounding region, by assisting them to become full participating members in all aspects of Canadian Society. Some of its programs includes Employment Training Program and Skill Development Program.

5.  Saskatchewan Intercultural Association Inc:

Sasakatoon Intercultural Association provides services for immigrants and refugees in Saskatoon. Mission is to recognize and supportthe right of every cultural grop and individual to retain and develop their distinctive cultural indentity, langauage and arts without political or social impediment – for the mutual benefit of all citizens. Its programs include employment programs and education programs.

6. Saskatchewan Career and Employment Services

Provides career and employment services to Saskatchewan people in need of information on career and job opportunities, as well as training and education options that enable participation in the provincial labour market.

The Saskatchewan Career and Employment Services Office is located at 225, 1st Avenue North, Saskatoon, S7K 2H6. Tel: 933-6281

 

Importance Notice:

Above settlement agencies are partially or fully funded by the goverment to provide services for newcomers/immigrants and refugees. They are here to help you in different ways. Also, remember that Saskatoon Open Door Society offer free services for you to use computers,  print your resumes, photocopy your documents, and evaluate your certificates including diplomas, and degrees.

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