Telephone: 902-433-2099 Courriel: [email protected]: 6960 Chemin Mimford, Bureau 2085Language assessments English-as-an-additional language (EAL) Early Learning Program for preschoolers At-home English instruction Help with career goals and training courses Individualized, computer-based instruction Halifax Regional School Board Adult EAL Offers full-time and part-time language instruction at three locations. The Canadian Connections Program offers individualized computer-based instruction including pre-employment skills, occupation-specific language, and advanced English skills (in Bedford and Dartmouth).
Two locations: Nova Scotia Community College Offers English classes to prepare you for postsecondary education.
On this page, you will find information about: We hope that the information in this guide, along with the help of your friends, neighbours, and community organizations, will make you feel at home!
In Nova Scotia, the Nova Scotia Office of Immigration (NSOI) is the provincial government department that is responsible for nominating immigrants for permanent residency in Canada.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) makes the final determination on granting permanent residence to Canada.
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This information is a guide about life in Halifax for you and your family, as new permanent residents.
Telephone: toll free in NS 1-877-292-9597 or (902) 424-5230 Email: [email protected] Location: 1741 Brunswick Street, Suite 110A, Halifax, Nova Scotia.Immigration Francophone Nouvelle-Ecosse Provides settlement and integration services to French-speaking immigrants.