Arrival Survival Canada: A Handbook for New Immigrants

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Oxford University Press, 2008 - Immigrants - 330 pages
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Arrival Survival Canada: A Handbook for New Immigrants is an immigrant's guide to the first year of life in Canada and covers a wide array of subjects, such as packing before emigrating, opening bank accounts, creating a credit history, and understanding Canadian school systems. The book guides readers through Canadian culture and outlines solutions to the issues that newcomers typically encounter. The book provides new immigrants, and people still considering immigration, with a foundation of information upon which to build their new lives.

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The authors, Naeem "Nick" and Sabrina Noorani, immigrated to Canada from India via Dubai in 1998. Once here, they were bombarded with questions about Canada from friends and family. This led them to publish The Canadian Immigrant magazine, which has become the go-to resource for immigrants. The magazine spun into a segment on The Link, a weekly radio show on CBC's Radio Canada International, where Nick answers questions from people who want to learn moreabout immigrating to and living in Canada. Nick is a leading voice for the immigrant community, has won numerous awards and recognitions, and is on the boards of several newcomer agencies

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