Arrival Survival Canada: A Handbook for New Immigrants
Written by Naeem Nick Noorani and Sabrina Noorani.
Published by Oxford University Press, 2008.
|Arrival Survival Canada: A Handbook for New
Immigrants is a guide to life in Canada. It covers many subjects, such as
packing before emigrating, opening bank accounts, creating a credit history,
and understanding Canadian school systems. The book teaches readers about
Canadian culture and gives solutions to the most common newcomer
In addition to the authors' own first-hand account of their adjustment to life in Canada, this book includes 30 real-life immigrant experiences and success stories, from Senator Mobina Jaffer, to Olympic wrestler Daniel Igali, to immigrants from all walks of life.
Arrival Survival Canada:
Arrival Survival Canada provides immigrants, and people considering immigration, with a base of information upon which to build their new lives. This book will also appeal to adult intermediate ESL learners; specifically newcomers to Canada before arrival or during the initial year following arrival in Canada.
Also from the Canadian Newcomer Series:
You're Hired ... Now What?: A Immigrant's Guide to Success in the Canadian Workplace
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