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The Newcomer.ca is an educational repository for newcomers providing how-to guides, informative articles, stories, resources, and services. Our mission is to educate, empower, and elevate new immigrants through information, advising, and entertainment.
The Newcomer seeks to convey reliable, relevant, and up to date information on various topics, including life in Canada, education, employment, and business, among others, to support new immigrants throughout their journey to Canada. We hope to provide newcomers with the information and resources necessary to help them succeed anywhere in the country.
Josephine (she/her) graduated from the University of Toronto with an honours in English Literature. She is continuing at Brock University where she is doing her Masters of Education. She loves reading, traveling, and writing. She has previously worked for OLDF, and when she’s not writing or studying, she’s on a plane to a new destination.
Sharlaine graduated from OCAD University with a Bachelor’s of Design in Advertising. She loves the art of storytelling and intertwines this with words and images. During her personal time, she enjoys reading, drawing, video games, and listening to music.
Athena Bucci is an editor and aspiring writer who has worked on different publications, both professionally and at the University of Toronto, where she graduated in 2022 with a Bachelor of Arts. Athena enjoys reading and journaling, making videos for her Bookstagram, and travelling.
Vincent graduated from Toronto Metropolitan University with a Bachelor of Journalism. He enjoys writing and talking about many different topics, especially sports and entertainment. In his free time he enjoys playing video games, watching shows and videos, and listening to music.
Dru Gary (she/her) is a poet and writer from Toronto, Ontario. She has a BFA in Creative Writing from OCADU and is currently working on her Creative Writing/English MA at Concordia University in Montreal. She aims to make sense of the world around her through words.