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Welcome to Canada! Here’s some information for people wanting to come and live in Canada.
for anything you do not understand – try the Google TRANSLATE
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Guide 6000 – Convention Refugees Abroad and Humanitarian-Protected Persons Abroad
Ready Tours for Refugee Claimants
The Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB) collaborates with several non-governmental organizations (NGO) to help refugee claimants prepare for their upcoming hearings through Ready Tours.
These tours are free of charge and are held in our Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal offices to inform refugee claimants about:
REFUGEES – HELP PHONE Number
Refugee hotline: 514-527-6951
The city has also set up a telephone hotline to give refugees assistance.
People who need help figuring things out can call 514-527-6951, seven days a week from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. That line will be in service until the end of 2016.
Montreal is already dedicating a part of its website to refugees: http://ville.montreal.qc.ca/refugies
CANADIAN RED CROSS – mIGRANT AND REFUGEE SERVICES HELP PHONE NUMBER
NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA
REFUGEES – HELP PHONE NUMBER IS – 211
PEOPLE who want to HELP the REFUGEES
VANCOUVER, BC (BRITISH COLUMBIA), CANADA
COMMUNITY GROUP AND PRIVATE SPONSORS- HELP PHONE NUMBER
Premier Christy Clark announced the funding in Vancouver Tuesday, along with a toll-free information number for community groups and private sponsors at 1-877-952-6914.
MANITOBA, CANADA Hotline for PEOPLE who WANT to HELP the REFUGEES
Manitobans looking for ways to help Syrian refugees coming to the province can now go to an information hotline.
The toll-free hotline number is 1-888-662-3211 and will be available between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays.
TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA
Temporary shelter and support services
for homeless individuals and families. For
assistance, call 311 or Central Intake (24 hours a
day) at 416-397-5637 or 1-877-338-3398 (toll-free
within the GTA)
Help Sponsor a Refugee
As a sponsor, you provide financial and emotional support for the refugees for the duration of the sponsorship. This includes help for housing, clothing and food. Most sponsorships last for one year, but some refugees may be eligible for assistance from their sponsors for up to three years.
TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA
Community agencies can support sponsor groups in developing settlement plans. These agencies
can be contacted by phone or e-mail.
The Arab Community Centre of Toronto
Catholic Crosscultural Services
Thank you for visiting the Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada’s Internet Web site. We appreciate your comments and suggestions of a general nature on the IRB and its site.