Immigrant settlement agencies are your first step to getting settled
There are agencies across the province ready to welcome you and help you adjust to your new life in New Brunswick. These agencies can assist you with accessing language training, finding employment, and getting to know your new community. They can also be a place to go when you need information about living and working here. Some associations organize intercultural and multicultural activities to bring together Canadians and newcomers to meet and get to know each other.
To find organizations for people who share your origins or culture, refer to, New Brunswick Multicultural Council (NBMC). The New Brunswick Multicultural Council Inc. (NBMC) is the non-profit, umbrella organization for immigrant-serving agencies, and multicultural and ethno-cultural associations in the province. For a complete listing of agencies and associations, please refer to NBMC’s listings of member organizations and other related associations in New Brunswick.
St. John County
Saint John Multicultural and Newcomers Resource Centre (SJMNRC)
Saint John, NB
Multicultural Association of the Greater Moncton Area
YMCA Employment Counselling for Newcomers to Canada Program
Centre d’accueil des nouveaux arrivants de la Péninsule acadienne (CAIENA-PA), (French website only)
Grand Falls, NB
Multicultural Association of Charlotte County (CCMA)
St. George, NB