Northwest Territories (NWT) has 43,000 people living in 33 communities. Wide open spaces, excellent government program and many opportunities to work and do business based on natural resources make NWT a special place in Canada to work and live. Newcomers may hear “welcome to the Northwest Territories” in many different languages. NWT recognizes 11 official languages, most of them spoken by Aboriginal peoples. (www.cic.gc.ca and wikipedia)
Type of Resource
|Immigrants & Refugees
|Formerly known as Immigrant Access Fund (IAF Canada), Windmill provides micro-loans of up to $10,000 to cover the costs of short-term training, exam fees with a professional governing association, qualification assessments and professional association fees.
|International Qualifications Assessment Service
|Credential Evaluation Service
|Provides an educational assessment service that compares educational qualifications from other countries to Albertan educational standards. Fees apply.
|Toll Free: 1.866.692.7057
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