Welcome to the Immigrant Sector Council of Calgary. The ISCC acts as a collective voice to identify and address issues related to the settlement and integration of newcomers in Calgary. The Council consists of senior representatives from settlement service providers, ethno-cultural groups, funding bodies, and public sector organizations. Our mission is to provide leadership and resources to influence public attitudes and knowledge and support capacity of service providers in the immigrant sector.
Direct services for newcomers are offered by many of our member organizations. For a complete list of services and programs offered by our members, see our Services for Immigrants Brochure. Order your copies today!
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2013 Alberta Budget: Keeping pace with immigration growth?
The 2013 Alberta Budget will impact immigrants settling in Calgary. While Alberta’s overall operational spending will re-main the same, when factoring in the cost of living and the expected population growth, the total proposed amount equals a reduction in spending. - Full Details
Summary of Recent Changes to Canada’s Immigration Policy
Canada’s immigration system has undergone many policy changes recently, with more changes expected. This ISCC Brief aims to provide an overview of the most relevant changes in 2012 and 2013, and expected changes in 2013 and 2014. - Full Details
Regulated Professions: Continuing To Build A Fair Alberta
Federal, provincial and territorial governments speed up foreign credential recognition for newcomers to Canada
2009 Fall Report of the Auditor General of Canada