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Immigration
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Canada was built on the exploitation of enslaved people, who were segregated after slavery ended. Systemic racism continues to this day.
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Do you know what the Age of Majority is and how it affects you as a newcomer youth in Ontario? Let's break it down.
Health
Physical Health
The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Canada has many free supports, resources and services available to youth and their families.
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It’s important to explore both your sexual and gender identity, and your relationship to your faith, but it can be hard to harmonize both.
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Whether you immigrated with your family, as a student, or to work, there’s a lot to do when settling in a new country!
Work
Job Readiness
The Job Bank is a large government website with job postings and labour market information.
School
Universities, Colleges and More
In Ontario, students interested in going to university use a centralized application service to apply for admission.
Health
Sexual Health
LGBTQ+ students in a new country face many unique challenges. However, they don’t have to face them alone, there are resources available.
Work
Working in Canada
You have a right to a safe work environment. If you feel like those rights are being violated, learn how to take action.
Work
Working in Canada
Newcomers struggling to find a job or being treated unfairly at work must know their rights and reach out to organizations that can help.
School
Universities, Colleges and More
Schools in Ontario, like Queen’s University, offer first-generation students grants to help them pay for university or college.