New to Canada? Settling in Canada is easier together! Free settlement services are available to help you feel more at home.
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Transcript: “Settlement services for newcomers”
Video length: 34 seconds
A map of Canada is shown with an illustrated depiction of a man, a woman, a child and a suitcase. Upbeat music plays in the background.
A female narrator speaks.
NARRATOR: Are you new to Canada?
The illustrated man, woman and child become more prominent.
Text displays in thought bubbles around the man: “Job support? Orientation Services?”
A dotted path makes its way to the illustrated man, woman and child.
NARRATOR: Do you have questions about settlement services available to you? Did you know that organizations in your community offer free settlement services?
Text displays above an illustrated building: “Immigrant services”.
An illustration of a male figure behind a desk sits above 4 illustrated icons:
- A graduate cap
- A black hand shaking a white hand
- A heart with a cardiograph running through it
- A house
NARRATOR: Friendly and experienced settlement professionals can help you feel at home in Canada more quickly.
An illustrated computer screen is shown with a Government of Canada website on it.
Text displays underneath the illustrated screen: “Canada.ca/newcomerservices”.
NARRATOR: Visit Canada.ca/newcomerservices to learn more.
A hand is shown drawing a diverse group of people.
NARRATOR: Settling in Canada is easier together!
The Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada corporate signature and the copyright message “Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada, represented by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, 2017” are displayed followed by the Canada wordmark.
NARRATOR: A message from the Government of Canada
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