Anti-Racism Student Challenge: Call for Entries
Wear protective mask in public indoor spaces!
Одевайте маски в закрытых общественных помещениях!
Information for newcomers to Canada in PEI
Информация для вновь прибывших в канадскую провинцию Остров Принца Эдуарда
Guide for Newcomers to PEI, Canada

News - Announcements - Current Events

Things to Know

PEIANC Employment Opportunity: Program Coordinator, AICLF
Jan 21 2021
Deadline to apply: 27 January 2021
PEI Association for Newcomers to Canada is hiring a part-time Program Coordinator for the Atlantic Immigrant Career Loan Fund (AICLF).
Get Involved: Opportunity to Serve on the PEIANC Board of Directors
Jan 14 2021
We are looking for expressions of interest
PEI Association for Newcomers to Canada is seeking expressions of interest from people who would like to serve on the Board of Directors.
COVID-19 Testing in PEI
Dec 14 2020
When and where to get tested
Testing can be done at either scheduled clinics by appointment or drop-in clinics with no appointment necessary.
Current COVID-19 Testing Priority
Dec 09 2020
Persons 20-29 years of age living in the greater Charlottetown area
It is recommended that all individuals between the ages of 20 and 29 living in the greater Charlottetown area be tested for COVID-19 this week, even if they do not have symptoms.

Things to Do

Anti-Racism Student Challenge: Call for Entries
Submission deadline: February 26, 2021
In preparation for March 21st, the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, the Cultural Inclusion Training team at the PEIANC is organizing the 9th Annual Anti-Racism Challenge, a creative competition for Island students.
Canada School
An orientation program to help newcomers adjust to life in Canada
Canada School program is designed for newcomers to Canada who are new to PEI or have lived here for under two years, but all newcomers are welcome to participate. The program offers a series of presentations on various topics, delivered online or in person.
Future Readiness Program
One-on-one mentorship program for newcomer youth
Are you between the ages of 15 and 18 and have questions about your future? You are not alone! Future Readiness is a program to help young people prepare for life after high school.

Online Guide for Newcomers to Canada