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Life in Canada

Facing the New Challenges

We will discuss the different challenges you might come across after you arrival in Canada and during your stay in the country. The more you’re aware of all the possible hazards, the easier it will be for you to overcome the roadblocks.

Be open to the multi-ethnicities and be respectful

The estimated population of Canada as of 2013 is approximately 35 million. Therefore, the country represents a unique blend of ethnicity, culture and language. Such a combination is not common in many countries around the world and makes Canada very diverse.

Canada nurtures a range of cultures and believes that all citizens are equal and it’s the diversity that makes the country stronger.

If you want to know more about the social norms prevailing in the country, then get in touch with an immigrant-serving organization. We will help you to get enlightened about the prevalent traditions.

Conform to the new country and its culture

It’s not so easy to make a new country your home. It’s very normal that you might go through certain emotional behaviours. The common syndromes are as follows:

  • Uneasiness
  • Impuissance
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Fear
  • A sense of unpredictability
  • Uncertainty about the mode of behavior
  • Feeling uncomfortable as your cultural beliefs and values are being challenged

Feeling stressed can be common

The first few months after settling in Canada can be extremely stressful. You might encounter a series of obstacles while adapting to the new environment. In addition, you are advised to improve your English language skills or learn French, which will allow you to adjust quickly to the Canadian society. Living in a new home will fell different from the one you have stayed in for a favorable part of your life in your prior country of residence. Also, getting accustomed to your very first job in Canada will be a great step forward. There can be a requirement for gaining additional educational qualifications in order to establish a brighter career in Canada, based on the industry you are trying to enter. Getting familiar to a whole range of new developments might be stressful at first, but once you gain the strength to overcome it, life will be running smoothly.

If you require any kind of support to cope emotionally, then get in touch with an immigrant-serving organization. We will offer you all help and resources to make you feel at home.

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