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211 Saskatchewan


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  211 Saskatchewan [www.sk.211.ca] is a free, confidential, and searchable online directory of services in Saskatchewan. The service is funded by the United Ways of Regina and Saskatoon and provides listings for over 5000 social, community, non-clinical health, and...
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Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks - For Volunteers Working with Refugees

613-230-7729 View Website
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Are you working with Newcomers who need literacy training?   An understanding of literacy needs is of great value to those trying to assist newcomers., Many refugees coming to Canada may know how to speak several languages, but because of life circumstances, may have little...
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Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks


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The Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks is the centre of expertise in support of the national standards in English and French for describing, measuring and recognizing second language proficiency of adult immigrants and prospective immigrants for living and working in...
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CICIC (Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials)


(+1) 416-962-9725 View Website

Learn about the education system in the province of Saskatchewan, Canada. Links to: Sask. Ministry of Education Sask Ministry of Advanced education Colleges  Universities Advanced Education institutions Vocational Schools other Canadian information   

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) is the Federal government branch that oversees, manages, and funds many Canadian programs and organizations providing services to immigrants and refugees.  IRCC funds Regional Gateways,...
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Immigrant Access Fund Canada


Toll Free: 1-855-423-2262 Fax: (306) 974-4932 View Website
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WHO WE HELP  Immigrant Access Fund Canada supports newcomers who arrive in our country equipped with excellent professional skills and knowledge but face significant barriers to employment. Often they fall into poverty as they become stuck in unemployment or low paying...
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International Qualification Assessment Service (IQAS)


780- 427-2655 1-800-999-3965 View Website

International qualifications assessment:  Information on getting foreign-earned credentials assessed for immigration or work and study, and IQAS resources for organizations. Get your credentials assessed:  International Qualifications...
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Migration Policy Institute (US)


202-266-1940 View Website
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MPI is an independent, nonpartisan think tank in Washington, DC, dedicated to the study of the movement of people worldwide. (www.migrationpolicy.org)  Although many of the publications are specifically targeting the US, there are others that contain information valuable...
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Refugee Sponsorship: Non - Government - MCC (Mennonite Central Committee)


1-306-665-2555 View Website
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Around the world people become refugees when they are forced to flee their homes because of conflict or violence. When refugees come to Canada, MCC is there to help with programs that: Promote refugee sponsorship and support churches through the process (learn more about...
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RTSP (Refugee Sponsorship Training Program)


Tel: 306-343-8303 Ext. 107 View Website
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The Refugee Sponsorship Training Program (RSTP) is a program designed to support the Sponsorship Agreement Holders (SAHs) of Canada, their Constituent Groups, Groups of Five and Community Sponsors on a national level (excl. Quebec). The objective of the RSTP is to address their...
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Sask Jobs


306-787-2160 1-833-354-6914 View Website
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SaskJobs is an index of available positions in Saskatchewan.  The site is transitioning to a partnership with Canada's largest job serach website, National Job Bank, to serve you better.   SaskJobs provides a variety of tools and resources to assist people...
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SATCC (Saskatchewan Apprenticeship Trade Certification Commission)


(306) 787-2444 1-877-363-0536 View Website
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SATCC has always promoted the benefits of hiring and training apprentices. Apprenticeship training is a structured system of supervised training leading to certification in one of Saskatchewan’s designated trades. Apprentices spent approximately 85% of the time working...
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Visa Application Centres (VAC's)

Visa Application Centres  Visa application centres (VACs) accept applications for study permits, work permits, visitor visas (temporary resident visa), and travel documents for permanent residents. VACs DO NOT accept applications for Immigration, Express...
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Young Worker Readiness Certificate (online course)


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Young Worker Readiness Program Description  What this course is about - This interactive, online course provides information about employment standards and workplace health and safety.  The course contains three modules and a mandatory test. The modules are:...
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