Oakville Public Library offers a variety of programs and services that can assist newcomers to Canada.
Oakville Public Library works closely with HMC Connections, Centre for Skills Development, and Achēv Newcomer Information Centre to bring a variety of programs and events for newcomers to our branches. View more on our Programs and Events page.
Contact Information Oakville for answers to questions about health and social services, childcare, counseling and support, and financial assistance, among others.
Produced by Information Oakville, this highlights programs and services provided by community, social service, health, government or commercial organizations for a wide range of age groups.
Information for newcomers to the communities of Oakville, Burlington, Milton and Halton Hills that can assist with finding a place to live, finding a job and providing all the information you need to make Halton your home.
Free community information and referrals in Halton for child care, housing, family counseling, financial assistance, and services for newcomers. Dial 211 or visit the website.
For non-emergency information about government services in Halton. Dial 311 or visit the website.
Find community and government services for your area, through Citizenship and Immigration Canada.
Helps newcomers to Ontario with information about immigration and citizenship, housing, health, employment, education, community and recreation, and legal services. Funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada and the Government of Ontario.
A website of the Government of Ontario to guide newcomers.
This guide offers an introduction to life in Canada. Learn how to get settled and find a place to live, get around your new city, work and go to school and connect with your community.