Have questions? We can help.

We know you have questions about life and work in Canada. We’re here to help you settle, find a job, and integrate into Canadian culture.

MOSAIC has many settlement services for individuals, families, and all types of newcomers. While we offer many group programs, one-on-one support is also available in your preferred language. Language support is available with every program. Just ask!

Available Programs

Join or access these related programs and supports from MOSAIC:

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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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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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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Settlement Services
Children, Youth and Family Support

Settlement Workers in Schools Program

Permanent residents and refugee families

Other eligible students and families

Living in New Westminster and studying in a New Westminster School (SD40)

Are you a newcomer parent/s to Canada with a child (5-12 years) and youth (13-18 years) living and studying in New Westminster School District (SD40)? Support for Newcomer Children in Schools will help you learn about in-school settlement support.

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Settlement Services

MOSAIC Seniors Club

Newcomers or refugee-immigrants

Aged 55+

Wanting to meet new people

Wanting to learn about Canadian culture

Any background or ethnicity

If you are a new immigrant, refugee-immigrants, age 55+, or seniors from any ethnic community, join our Seniors Club to meet others for support, learning, and activities.

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Settlement Services
Legal Information and Workplace Rights

Support for Migrant Workers and Employers

Migrant workers in BC on a closed work permit under the Temporary Foreign Worker Program or International Mobility Program

Employers with a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA)

Migrant workers under an Open Work Permit for Vulnerable Workers

Dependents of migrant workers

Migrant workers on Maintained Status

Migrant Workers Program helps migrant workers learn about their workplace rights. We also help employers understand their duties when hiring workers.

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Upcoming Events

Add these upcoming events from MOSAIC to your calendar. We look forward to seeing you there.

Related Resources

View our Resources page for more helpful information to help you settle in Canada:

Planning for Canada Program Video

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Need Help?

Are you looking for a program or support? Search our program and services areas to find what you’re looking for.