An online magazine for new immigrants with current news stories, information on settlement, education, employment and life in Canada.
The Centre offers settlement counselling to new immigrants as well as employment counselling, social support, advocacy and assistance in accessing local medical, educational and social services, job search workshops, resettlement assistance and a volunteer matching program called the Host Program. Free English language classes are available to immigrants and refugees through the LINC program.
An online magazine for learners of English.
The local affiliate organization of TESL Ontario, the provincial assocation for ESL teachers. Includes links for both instructors and learners.
For teachers of English as a Second Language. Jobs (mainly worldwide), publications, conference information and links to provincial branches.
Information and resources for immigrants to Ontario. Topics include recreation, employment, health, ESL and social services. There is a useful "Ontario by Region" section, helping you to find out more about a specific area or city.
New Canadians can build their English skills by watching and listening to interesting stories from the archives of CBC television and CBC radio. The radio and TV stories have lesson plans with study exercises to help students learn English.
Self-described as "the Internet's meeting place for ESL/EFL students and teachers from around the world." This site contains quizzes for students, help with idioms and slang, teaching tips, discussion forums, web links and more.
Materials for intermediate to advanced ESL learners from the BBC World Service. Uses simplified news stories to present English in context. Quizzes, videos and other interactive resources are available.
Our ESL program helps young people become confident in their new language and happy in a North American setting. Students (Grades 1 - 10) complete the ESL program while taking classes similar to their English-speaking peers.