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Basic English Literacy

It isn't easy to help someone. Anyone. Human needs are complicated. Beyond the universal needs of food, clothing and shelter, the needs of every individual are different.

ESL/Computer Courses Do Double Duty

By Guylaine Spencer Before she took her first ESL/Computer Skills course, the only thing Mila Miguel knew about the machines was how to switch one on. Today, her skills are so advanced that she’s training others.

Education: Learn to Think Like a Canadian

by Claudio Muñoz Since 2000, more than one hundred thousand skilled workers have arrived in Canada each year. According to several employment agencies and government organizations, it could take more than a year for an internationally…

A Stepping Stone to Employment

Are you interested in working in the retail sector? Do you feel that your English language skills need some improvement in order to do this? Are you an immigrant or refugee who speaks English as a Second Language at an intermediate (CLB…

Education: Teaching Grads Enter Workforce

ARTICLE UPDATE: On the Teach in Ontario website, it says "As of July 1, 2009, Teach in Ontario is no longer offering services to support internationally educated teachers. Although the project has ended, information about the certification…

Education: Life Long Learning

This article was published in September 2005. Some information may be outdated. The name is only two years old: the G. Raymond Chang School of Continuing Education, but the continuing education program at Ryerson University has existed…

Education: Bachelor of Technology

"I came to Canada for better opportunities and to advance my career in manufacturing engineering and management. The program is exactly what I wanted!" Vlad Petkovic is describing the Bachelor of Technology degree program in Manufacturing…