Where can I get help?
There are many systems and programs in place to help new Albertans. Settlement services and immigrant-service agencies will be helpful in making the adjustment to life in Alberta.
You may want to seek out cultural organizations to meet and interact with other Albertans who share your culture.
If you need to look up information on your own, public libraries are an excellent free resource.
Help for refugees is also available through various programs and services.
Finally, translators and interpreters can be of assistance if you have language barriers and need to conduct official business.
Government of Alberta supports for newcomers
Newcomer information and services search
Find settlement help in your community
Connect with people from your home country that have immigrated to Alberta
Alberta’s libraries offer help to newcomers
Help for refugees
Learn about sponsorship, resettlement, immigration loans and interim health programs
Translators and interpreters
Help for non-English speakers is available in Alberta
Doctors, clinics and hospitals
Look here for information about Alberta's health care system, with links to help you find services.
Alberta Newcomer Information
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Date Updated: Mon, 21 May 2012 10:39:39