Brampton Library proudly partners with BMC and Achev to provide newcomer settlement services for the community.
Newcomer Settlement Services from BMC include:
- One-on-one Settlement Services for Newcomers
- Helping Newcomers to succeed
- Support for Newcomers’ needs
- Helping to build meaningful connections with the community
- Your stop for information as a Newcomer
- Connect to community services
- Free eResources for Newcomer families
- Canadian Citizenship and ILETS Test Prep
Settlement Workers at Brampton Library
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.
*UPDATE* During the library closure, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are not offering LSP programming in the branch. However, you can join the English Conversation Circle via Zoom every week to practice your English conversational skills.
For more information on how to join our weekly sessions, please contact LSP Staff:
Kaukab: 416.700.9299, Sameeta: 647.302.0989 or Kaval: 647.302.0370
This is a partnership between Brampton Library, Brampton Multicultural Community Centre and Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada.
Commissioner of Oaths Services
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are providing the Commissioner of Oaths service remotely.
Services include: administering and commissioning oaths, attesting letters of invitation and travel consent letters, asking affidavits, affirmations, acknowledgments and declarations, and more. Call 416.518.3472 for an appointment.
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, the 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.
For More information about Newcomer Support, hear from Sarala Uttangi, our Director of Community Engagement & Partnerships.