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Centre francophone du Grand Toronto - Newcomer Services, Head Office

Integration and Settlement Program includes needs assessment, pre- and post-arrival information and referral, assistance to establish social and professional networks to promote community engagement, and assistance to access a range of settlement services

Employment support and entrepreneurial support program
  • job search and employment counselling
  • group activities including integration circles, job matching
  • job needs assessment, support to build social and professional networks helping economic and social integration
Connexions communautaires (Community Connections)
  • group activities for newly arrived immigrants and refugees of all ages to help orient them to their new community and establish social and professional networks
  • trained and experienced volunteer mentors assist, with focus on citizenship and civic engagement or skills and career development
PIDEF / TÉE (Settlement in French-Language Schools Program)
  • settlement services in French-language schools
  • outreach program based in elementary and secondary schools from mid-August to end of June, and in libraries and social service agencies from July to mid-August
  • Host Program for matching foreign trained professionals with peers
Program also offered at:
Storefront, 4040 Lawrence Av East, Scarboroug: Friday from 9 am-5 pm
Community Centre TAIBU, 27 Tapscott Rd, Scarborough: Mon 9 am-5 pm
Centrepoint Mall, Language and Skills, 6464, Yonge St, North York: Monday-Wednesday 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Fairview Mall, 5 Fairview Mall Rd, Suite 280: Wednesday 1 pm-4:30 pm


Complete the online application


French-speaking new immigrants, temporary residents, refugees
Employment support and entrepreneurial support program -- program open to all with a focus on vulnerable newcomers including asylum seekers and refugees


French - Designated Agency under the French Language Services Act

Physical Access

Wheelchair accessible automatic main entrance ; Elevator with braille and voice/tone features ; Barrier-free washroom including door and stall ; Designated underground parking (entrance on Adelaide St) and street parking close to the entrance


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