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Commissioner of Oaths Services

Commissioner of Oaths services are available by appointment at all Newcomer Information Centre (NIC) locations for affidavits, declarations, oaths, attestations and true copies of original documents.

For more information contact: nic(at)tcet.com
Common Nonverbal Mistakes Made During a Job Interview
You fidget when nervous, curl your hair with your index finger or tend to bite your lips. We all have little nervous habits but if we can become aware of these, we can work toward not sharing them during a job interview. 

This is the time to put your best foot forward -- and while what you are saying may be the most eloquent, thoughtful and impactful thing the interviewer may have heard all week, he won't hear it if he's preoccupied with paying attention to your toe tapping, leg swinging, and lip biting. 

Check out this excellent infographic above for more reasons why you should pay attention to your body language during a job interview or any kind of presentation. 
Ten Ways to Ace a Video Interview  
Video interviews are no longer a job search novelty, the kind of thing only a tech startup would ask of you. They are edging closer the mainstream as hiring managers and recruiters increasingly look to them as both a convenience and to save the time and money in-person interviews require. 

Peel Special Needs Services Directory
This directory lists services for children, youth and adults with special needs including information on dual diagnosis, autism, mental health, child protection, behaviour management, infant and child development, respite and other special needs. 

For more information contact: nic(at)tcet.com

New Work Permits for Francophones
Government Announcement

Starting June 1, 2016, francophone persons (people who are fluent in French) will be entitled to special work permits throughout Canada. 

Some details include: 
- Francophone persons who want to work in provinces outside of Quebec can qualify
- To obtain a work permit they must be offered a position in the managerial, professional or technical/skilled trades occupations
- These work permits will not require Labour Market Impact Assessments (LMIAs). 

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