Government of Canada announces $2 million investment for settlement services

August 18, 2014
Canadian government helps new comers to get success

Parliamentary Secretary to Canada's Citizenship and Immigration Minister, Costas Menegakis has attended the opening event of a Care for Newcomer Children (CNC) centre during which he announced that over $2 million will be invested for settlement services.

Child care services are provided to the newcomer parents through newly launched CNC centre, which is located at Windsor's Unemployed Help Centre, while they take the benefit of long-term settlement.

The services make sure that new comers can contribute to the economy of Canada quickly and easily and accomplish success in the labor market.

The Unemployed Help Centre, which is a non-profit charitable organization, provides various services and programs, such as career, employment and educational counseling in the country areas of Windsor and Essex.

The parliamentary secretary said that the nation is proud to give support initiatives that will be of help to the newcomers to be successful. Besides, he ensured that the new comers will be able to integrate into new communities and contribute to the labor market and the economy of Canada.
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