Gives you an opportunity to learn necessary information on your new home in Winnipeg. It connects you to specific resources including health care, finances, acquiring a drivers license, etc. and can be heard in English, French, Ukrainian, Spanish, Pashto, or Arabic.
Settling in a new country is an exciting time. This Winnipeg Introduction for Newcomers Settlement and Orientation Workbook will guide you. The Workbook includes:
- My First 4 Weeks Checklist- A checklist is a useful tool to keep track of tasks to be completed.
- Fact Sheets- Individual one pager documents created with more details and resources on each topic.
- Living in Canada Tool- Online tool that you can also use to create your settlement plan.
- Welcome to Canada Guide- References to information you can find in the Welcome to Canada guide published by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.
Download the Settlement and Orientation Workbook through the button below.
Fact Sheets gives you the basic key information you need to settle in Manitoba. Fact sheets are evergreen documents and gives you a brief summary on a specific topic in an easy- and quick-to-read format.
Living in Winnipeg
Caring for the Environment
Consumer Awareness and Protection / Rights and Responsibilities
Legal Rights and Services
Manitoba Driver Licence
Elder Care and Safety
Money and Personal Finances
Benefits & Social Assistance
Education and Training
Working and Business
Working In Manitoba
Diversity, Culture and Spirituality
2SLGBTQ+ and Community
Persons with Disabilities
Communications and Media
For more information and resources please contact your settlement zone provider.