Settlement Workers at Brampton Library  Library Settlement Partnership Logo

Library Settlement workers can help you find information and speak to you in your language about jobs, resume writing, schools, housing, banking and health care and more.  

See the Library Settlement Partnership (LSP) Program Schedule

This is a partnership between Brampton Library, Brampton Multicultural Community Centre and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.

Commissioner of Oaths Services

Brampton Library offers Commissioner of Oaths services at different branches every Tuesday on a rotating basis. Verify documents before a Commissioner of Oaths and certify true copies of original documents, attest life certificates, letters and more. This service is presented in partnership with Newcomer Information Services.

Call 416.518.3472 for an appointment. This is not a walk in program an appointment time is needed.

Cultural Access Pass 

Cultural Access Pass has transitioned to a digital format, and all print version of the CAP has been discontinued as of July 17th.
Canoo, formerly known as the Cultural Access Pass program, is a mobile app offered by the Institute for Canadian Citizenship, an independent civil society organization, that provides new Canadian citizens with free admission to over 1400 museums, science centres, art galleries, parks, and historic sites across Canada.
New citizens can download the Canoo app and get free admission for themselves and up to four children, every time they visit, for 12 months from the date of their citizenship ceremony.
If new citizens do not want to download the app, then Institute of Canadian Citizenship (ICC) will directly send them the print version of the CAP. Please visit the Canoo Help site for more information.

See our Events Calendar for newcomer programs, dates, locations, and registration details.

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