Scheduled Events & Information Sessions

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
The Four P's of a Successful Interview

You've got the interview! Now you want to make the kind of impression that will get you the job. Using the four P's will help you present yourself confidently and professionally.

How to Handle Illegal Questions at the Interview
The Ontario Human Rights code prohibits prospective employers from asking certain questions that are not related to the job for which they are hiring, as per the federal Employment Standards Act. Questions should be job-related and not used to find out personal information. In a nutshell, employers should not be asking about:

Your race, gender, religion, marital status, age, disabilities, ethnic background, country of  origin and sexual preferences/orientation


PAIE Bridge Training Program for Internationally Trained Environmental Professionals 

Led by Toronto and Region Conservation, Professional Access Into Employment (PAIE) is an innovative Bridging Training Program designed to connect employers and skilled, internationally-trained environmental professionals.   

The PAIE Program is anticipated to begin in February 2017. For more information about the program please contact: 
Introduction to Investing 
Whether you are new to investing or new to Canada, investing for your future is important. And no matter how much (or little) money you have to invest, having the right information and resources can help you make better decisions for you and your family. 

Ontario Securities Commission and the Investor Office launched InvestingIntroduction.ca an important new website that provides resources and tools for investors in 19 languages. 

InvestingIntroduction.ca provides information on topics such as Canadian investment products and terminology, warning signs of fraud, how to check advisor and firm registrations and the role of the OSC. 

If you need help with making more informed investment decisions or help with how to better protect your money visit:  InvestingIntroduction.ca
Youth Corner

What are my rights as a university/college student?

As a student, your human rights should be protected on campus. This means that you have the right to be free of discrimination based on your race, place of origin, nationality, colour, religion, sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, or any mental or physical disability you might have. 

source: http://www.newyouth.ca/school/university-and-college/what-are-my-rights-universitycollege-student
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