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Welcome to Canada

Welcome to Canada

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Published by: estrieinternational on Aug 19, 2009
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© Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada, 2007Cat. no.: Ci-87/2007EISBN 0-662-29645-1Également disponible en français sous le titre
Bienvenue au Canada : Ce que vous devriez savoir 
O Canada
O Canada! Our home and native land! True patriot love in all thy sons command With glowing hearts we see thee rise The true North strong and free!From far and wide, O Canada We stand on guard for thee.God keep our land glorious and free!O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.
Canada’s National Anthem
Please Note
This document contains information that was current at the time of publication. It features information from manysources and should not be confused with official statements of policy or programming. The Government of Canadais not responsible for information that changes between printings.
Welcome to Canada!
ongratulations! You have taken a big step. Moving to a new country takescourage. It also creates exciting opportunities and new beginnings. Takingthe time to learn what to expect-and what is expected of you-will help yousucceed. This guide tells you a little about what it’s like to live in Canada. It also letsyou know who can help if you need more information. We hope it will help you adaptto your new life. Be assured that those who already live in Canada add their wishes foryour happiness and success in your new country. Your first year in Canada will be emotional and full of change. You may be looking fora place to live, a job, and schools for your children. You will probably make many new friends. Some of them will know how it feels to move to a new community or a new country.Regardless of your situation, being a newcomer may mean giving up some familiarthings for a new way of life. As a result, you may feel anxious or afraid, especially duringthe first few days and weeks. Almost all newcomers experience these emotions as they settle in. Feeling at home in a new country takes time.The best way to adjust to your new community is to become involved! Do not hesitateto speak English or French, even if you make mistakes. Understanding and speakingone of Canada’s official languages will help you adapt more easily. As you talk with thepeople you meet, you will feel more in control of your new life. Use each day as anopportunity to learn. Ask questions whenever you need to. Most people are pleased tohelp. Canadians believe in the spirit of community. No matter which city or town youchoose to live in, you will find people who can help you adapt to your new life and fitinto Canadian society.In the weeks, months and years ahead, you will have many opportunities to participatefully in Canadian life. Take them. You and your family can grow together, side by side with other Canadians, and make a better life for everyone. This is your new home. Welcome to Canada!

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