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Employment Services


Moving to a new country can be challenging, whether you have just arrived or have been here for years. Immigrants often face many obstacles, such as language barriers, cultural differences, finding jobs, and accessing essential services. Adapting to a new environment can feel overwhelming, with difficulties like understanding how local systems work, managing financial pressures, and dealing with feelings of loneliness. These challenges can make it hard for immigrants to fully integrate and thrive in their new community.

Since 1977, KMC has been supporting individuals at every stage of their settlement journey. Our wide range of services cater to the needs of newcomers as well as those who have been in Canada for a longer period but still needs support. 

Our experienced settlement counsellors go beyond simply providing services; they take the time to listen and understand your needs. We pride ourselves on our personalized approach, ensuring you have the support needed to succeed and feel at home in your new community.

Who are eligible for employment services?

  • Permanent Residents/ Landed immigrants

  • Convention Refugees

  • Caregivers 

  • Canada-Ukraine Authorization for Emergency Travel (CUAET) visa holders

  • Temporary Resident Visa Holder (for Families Affected by the Gaza Crisis)

  • International Students

  • Temporary Foreign Workers/ Work Permit Holders

  • Refugee Claimants

  • Canadian Citizens

Individuals under Visitor/ Tourist Visa are not eligible for our services.  For any immigration-related questions, please visit the official Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) Help Centre here. 

What we offer:

One-on-One Needs Assessment and Referral

Receive a personalized assessment to identify your specific needs and get referrals to appropriate resources and services. If you have just arrived in Canada, we will provide a personalized plan to help you start your new life here.

Information and Orientation

Through one-on-one and group sessions, we provide essential information on housing, employment, healthcare, Canada’s legal system, banking, financial management, becoming a Canadian citizen, and more to help you understand and navigate your new community.

Supportive Counselling

Our counsellors understand the mental and emotional stress of being a newcomer. We offer well-being and practical support during your transition.

Document Support

Whether you’re a new or established immigrant, we help you understand and complete important forms and applications, such as Permanent Residence (PR) cards, OHIP applications, Citizenship applications, Child Tax Benefits, and more.

Employment-Related Services

Our counsellors provide essential employment information and referrals for specialist support to assist you in your job search.


Clear communication is necessary for accessing services, finding jobs, and becoming part of the community. We offer interpretation assistance to help you understand and be understood, ensuring you can navigate your new environment with confidence.

Individual Support and Advocacy

We assist you in identifying and resolving issues that may prevent you from building a successful life in Canada and achieving your goals. We educate and empower you to understand your rights and options, ensuring you make informed decisions about your new life in Canada.

I would like to say thank you so much to KMC for the assistance, I sincerely appreciate the help and support that they provided to me, especially with my situation when I first arrived in Canada.
I also wanted to express my gratitude to the settlement counselor for her hard work in helping me through all these difficult times in my journey. I was so lucky to have KMC in my life for helping me to get through it and to be able to share their support with others. It’s not easy to solve my worries without their help. I salute all the people who helped at KMC! Keep up the Amazing work and God bless you all!”

Dalisa Trinidad Sibayan


Upcoming Events

  • Mon, Jul 08
    CELPIP Speaking Workshop
    Jul 08, 2024, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. EDT
    CELPIP Speaking Workshop
    The CELPIP (Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program) is a language proficiency test that is accepted by the IRCC for Canadian immigration purposes. It assesses your language proficiency in Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking.
  • Sat, Jul 06
    Jul 06, 2024, 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. EDT
    Toronto, 540 Finch Ave W, North York, ON M2R 1N6, Canada
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  • Tue, Jul 02
    CELPIP Writing Workshop
    Jul 02, 2024, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. EDT
    CELPIP Writing Workshop
    The CELPIP (Canadian English Language Proficiency Index Program) is a language proficiency test that is accepted by the IRCC for Canadian immigration purposes. It assesses your language proficiency in Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking.


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Contact Number: (416) 392-295

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