Our Services

We have many programs and services to help newcomers transition to life in Canada. Click below to explore the options!

Available Programs

Settlement Services

Moving Ahead Program (MAP)

Limited English or French skills

Housing/homelessness struggles

Lack of social support

Low level of education or none

Health issues

Lack of job-readiness and computer skills

Trouble adjusting to Canadian culture

Low income or financial difficulties

The Moving Ahead Program is for vulnerable immigrants and refugees who need help to settle in Canada. Learn about our Case Management and settlement services.

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English Classes & Testing

Free English Classes (LINC)

Permanent residents aged 17 years or older

Newcomers approved for Permanent Residency

Convention refugees

Take our free English Classes through LINC (Language Instruction for Newcomers in Canada) in Burnaby, Surrey, Vancouver and Online. MOSAIC LINC class certificates can be used for Canadian Citizenship application.

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Employment Services

Social and Civic Opportunities: Pathways to Equity Program (SCOPE)

Have strong English skills (CLB 7+)

Identify as a racialized immigrant

Passionate about social and civic engagement

Rresidency status intending to live in Canada long term

Have solid volunteering and/or work experience

Flexibility to attend training every other Saturday for four months

Previous experience serving on boards and committees is an asset

SCOPE helps immigrants in Canada to positively impact their communities by engaging in social & civic initiatives such as boards, committees

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Employment Services

Career Paths for Skilled Immigrants (CPSI) Program

Permanent residents (10 years or less)

Unemployed or underemployed

Living anywhere in BC

Skilled immigrants: 1+ years related experience

English level: CLB 5+

The Career Paths for Skilled Immigrants (CPSI) program provides employment services in BC. Use your education and skills to get a job in your field. Learn more now.

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Settlement Services
Employment Services

Planning for Canada

A passport request letter with permanent resident visa issuance

A Permanent Resident Visa pick-up notification letter

An IRCC invitation to get pre-arrival services

An IRCC request that an applicant for permanent residence complete a medical examination

An Offer of Employment to a Foreign National (Atlantic Immigration Pilot)

A Confirmation of Permanent Residence (COPR) letter/document

A Single Entry Permanent Resident Visa

Are you moving to Canada soon? The Planning for Canada program provides Canada pre-arrival services including resources on settlement and employment.

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Employment Services

Refugee Employment Support Services Program

Refugees with permanent resident status

Protected persons with a valid work permit

Person under the Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel (CUAET)

English level equivalent to a minimum of CLB 5

The Refugee Employment Support Services Program helps refugees find work. Learn more about getting one-on-one support to find a job today.

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Employment Services

Workplace Connections Mentoring Program

English at LINC 6 level or higher (CLB 5+)

Lived in Canada for less than five years

Clear employment goals

2 years of experience in your profession in another country

Permanent Residents, Refugees, Refugee Claimants

Looking to re-enter your field in Canada? Workplace Connections Mentoring Program help newcomers to Canada connect with career mentors. Become a Mentee today.

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Settlement Services
Children, Youth and Family Support

Moving Ahead: FreeRunning Program

Looking for a job

Adjusting to Canadian culture

Leadership, social, or basic computer skills

Low level of education or none

Want to learn about Canadian social norms

Skills or career training

Feelings of isolation or lack of social support

Are you a youth (age 16 – 28) struggling to adapt to Canada? The Moving Ahead FreeRunning newcomer youth program will help you get the skills you need to succeed.

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Need Help?

MOSAIC provides immigrant services and programs throughout Vancouver and the Lower Mainland. For general inquiries, click the below button to contact our main Vancouver office or a location closest to you.