Efim Cheinis, PhD, worked as a scientist in Saint Petersburg (Russia) and immigrated to Canada 20 years ago. After gaining Canadian experience, Efim worked as a self-employed consultant and free-lance writer and has published two books: Work in Canada. The features of Canadian Job Market, (Moscow 2001) and How to Find a Job in Canada. Common Problems and Effective Solutions, in co-authorship with Dale Sproule (Toronto 2008). He is a Canadian citizen and a member of the Writers' Union of Canada.
Nicholas Marlin, graduated in 2005 from the Carleton University of Ottawa, Ontario with Bachelor of Arts, Honours in Political Science with a Concentration in International Relations. From 2005-2009 Nicholas worked abroad as an English as a Second Language teacher. After returning to Canada he obtained a TESL certificate and delivered full-day seminars for other ESL teachers. Receiving his Immigration Consultant Diploma in 2014, Nicholas is familiar with all aspects of immigration law and the impact of the immigration process on newcomers to Canada. He is currently an HR professional living and working in Toronto.
This volume covers the important things you need to know when you are searching for a place to live in Canada:
• Exploring Canadian provinces and territories.
• Getting familiar with provincial immigration programs.
• Finding immigrant service organizations.
• Finding cost of living.
• Finding place to work.
This volume covers the important things you have to know when you are searching for recreation, entertainment and sports.
• Finding gardens and parks.
• Looking for sport and water activities.
• Planning trips.
• Spending time with people from your country.
• Finding free events.
This volume covers the most important things you have to do when you are searching for a job:
• Learning job searching rules.
• Writing resumes and cover letters.
• Taking the job interview.
• Opening your own business.
• Checking your employment success.
This volume covers things you have to do while preparing for job search:
• Exploring the Canadian job market.
• Applying for a license.
• Getting Canadian experience.
• Finding a survival job.
• Studying employment law.
This volume covers the important things you have to know about education in Canada:
• Preschool education.
• Elementary and secondary schools.
• Exams and credentials.
• Colleges and Universities.
This volume covers the important things you have to know about family life in Canada:
• Marriages, family planning and childcare.
• Family law.
• Young people and courtship.
• Marriage fraud.
This volume covers the important things you have to know about health care in Canada:
• Health care insurance.
• Family doctors and specialists.
• Medical centres and hospitals.
• Emergency Assistance.
• Medical care for seniors.
This volume covers the most important things you have to do in your first year after arrival:
• Finding permanent housing.
• Studying English.
• Discovering Canadian media and communication.
• Researching job options.
• Getting free medical care.
This volume covers the most important things you have to do when you land:
• Finding low-cost temporary housing.
• Applying for newcomer's benefits.
• Staring your network.
• Getting government assistance.
• Protecting your rights.