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Achieving Success in Canada with Pre- and Post-arrival Services

About This Webinar

Moving to Canada and preparing to find your new home and new job while adapting to a new culture is both exciting and overwhelming. That's why it's smart to take advantage of free pre-arrival employment and settlement services to help you adapt to Canada successfully!

  • Find out if you're eligible for pre-arrival services
  • Learn about the many IRCC funded pre-arrival programs that you can take advantage of
  • Access multiple programs even before you move to Canada!
Who can view: People who attended or registered for the webinar only
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Director of Services and Program Development ACCES Employment
Cameron Moser has been working for over a decade to foster successful settlement journeys for newcomers to Canada. He supports the ongoing growth of employment programs that accelerate the labour market integration of highly skilled immigrants, including pre-and post-arrival employment programs, programs for Internationally Educated Healthcare Professionals, programs for bilingual Francophone newcomers and career pathways programs for individuals making career transitions.
Webinar hosting presenter
Project Coordinator, Pre Arrival Canada
Stephanie has been working in the pre-arrival sector for over three years and has experience working with newcomers and their families to support their integration and settlement in Canada before they arrive. Her post-graduate studies focused on psychology, as well as immigration and settlement. Throughout her professional and academic career she has seen firsthand how pre-arrival settlement services can benefit clients, and the difference they can make in an individual’s journey.
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Managing Partner, Prepare For Canada
David graduated from the University of Western Ontario with an honours degree in business administration from the Richard Ivey School of Business. He has enjoyed a successful career with progressive responsibilities in sales and marketing roles at Nestle, Pepsi-Cola Canada, Canwest Global Communications Corp., and Torstar.

At Nestle, Canwest, and Torstar he oversaw new product development and launches of both traditional consumer packaged goods products and media properties. While Director of Business Development for the Star Media Group (a division of Toronto Star Newspapers Ltd.) David was responsible for the acquisition of Canadian Immigrant magazine.

His role as associate publisher of Canadian Immigrant magazine entrenched him as a leader in marketing to prospective and new Canadians. This experience has given him an in-depth understanding and respect for the immigrant experience.

David was instrumental in the launch of the Top 25 Canadian Immigrant Awards. This people’s choice award uncovers and celebrates the untold stories and achievements of outstanding Canadian immigrants from all walks of life.

David also played an instrumental role in the creation and successful launch of Champions of Change. This national program celebrates Canadians’ domestic and international volunteerism – produced by CBC news in association with Outpost magazine and sponsored by Manulife Financial.

David is active in the community and has given considerable time to help organizations such as Frontier College, the Canadian Film Centre, the Toronto PWA Friends for Life Bike Rally, and the Internationally Educated Professionals Conference.
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Destination Canada Information Inc.’s “Prepare for Canada” program helps prospective immigrants to prepare for success in Canada by delivering quality seminars and information focusing on job preparedness and settlement first steps, operating overseas and in-Canada through online and in-person activities.
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