List of Resources

Ministry of Citizenship & Immigration

The Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration serves the government and the people of Ontario by:

  • providing services for successful economic and social integration of newcomers, thereby maximizing the benefits of immigration
  • promoting greater social inclusion, civic and community engagement and recognition among all Ontarians.
Office of the Fairness Commissioner

The Office of the Fairness Commissioner is an independent agency of the government of Ontario. Our goal is to make sure that people are treated fairly when they apply to become licensed professionals in one of Ontario’s regulated professions, no matter where they were trained. This goal is widely supported in Ontario, and reflects the principles and core values of the people of this province

London-Middlesex Immigration Web Portal

This website points you to information that can help you move here, get settled, and start your new life.

Global Talent

The words Global Talent refer both to the project that has produced these guides – one for employers and one for newcomers – and to the people who you will meet on the following pages. These newcomers are truly Global Talent – skilled, hard working and appreciative of the career opportunities that await them.

WIL Employment Connections (WIL)

WIL is a non-profit community organization that has been providing quality employment support services and career development solutions to the London community since 1984.

London Cross Cultural Learner Centre (CCLC)

If you are a new immigrant to London and region, call or come in to see us first.
With over 30 staff that speaks 14 languages, CCLC is able to help newcomers to begin the process to successfully settle and integrate into our community. Many of the staff were immigrants themselves and understand the many challenges that newcomers face. They are experienced and caring professionals who will work diligently on your behalf.

Association Canadienne-Francaise de l’Ontario (London-Sarnia)

The London-Sarnia Regional Council of ACFO was established in 1983 in order to
pave the way for Francophones residing in the counties of Elgin, Lambton, Middlesex,
Oxford and Perth (over 12,000 people) to unite. While sharing the AFO’s objectives
(Assemblée de la francophonie de l’Ontario), the ACFO of London-Sarnia is primarily a
regional development organization responsible for initiating and mobilizing the necessary
resources that will encourage the French speaking community to achieve its potential.

London/Middlesex Immigrant Employment Council

The Employer Leadership Strategy engages regional business champions as Employer Leaders within their companies, business networks and sector industries. By proactively sharing their promising practices with colleagues from London Region's broader business community, these Employer Leaders bridge business to a world of local talent.

Foreign Credentials Referral Office (FCRO),

The Foreign Credentials Referral Office (FCRO) provides information, tools, path-finding and referral services on foreign credential recognition to help foreign-trained workers succeed and put their skills to work in Canada more quickly. It is part of Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL)

This site may be useful as a reference to guide you in the creation of your personal statement.

Writing at the University of Toronto

Useful site for information on improving writing skills

Arab Canadian Engineers Association

ACEA's Vision: Bring together its diverse community to establish a platform for networking, participate in activities and projects to serve the community, share success among our members and other organizations, and better integrate our professionals into the industry and community.

World Education Services (WES)

WES is a non-profit organization that provides research about international education and trends and offers expert credential evaluation services

International Credential Assessment Service of Canada (ICAS)

Since 1993, ICAS has been providing quality credential assessment services.  A Canadian federally incorporated company, we are committed to providing reliable information that will help individuals achieve personal, career and educational goals and help employers, education institutions, immigration authorities, community agencies and other organizations to understand international credentials. ICAS annually provides over 10 000 assessments for secondary, postsecondary and technical qualifications.

Comparative Education Service (CES)

The Comparative Education Service (CES) can provide you with an educational credential assessment report that will show how your academic achievements earned outside of Canada compare to credentials earned in Canada.

Educational credential assessment reports can be used to apply for jobs, further education and professional certification, and for immigration to Canada.

Some Canadian Immigration Programs require that you submit an educational credential assessment (ECA). CES has been designated by the Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism to provide ECA reports.


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