Immigration and La Maisonnée in 2024-2026.

Welcome to Canada by La Maisonnée

29 January 2024

Immigration and La Maisonnée in 2024-2026.

Successful settlement in Canada relies on knowledge of the immigration programs available. Currently, Canada offers around sixty programs, divided between federal and provincial programs. To facilitate the transition, the community organization La Maisonnée offers a complete range of more than forty services dedicated to immigration and settlement.

These services include assistance with immigration procedures, installation, integration into the host society, as well as francization services and language courses. La Maisonnée also offers support for young people and families, community life and leisure activities to promote inclusion, as well as employment and study assistance services.

La Maisonnée has been committed to meeting the needs of newcomers since 1979 and wishes to help them as best as possible in all stages of integration into their new host country. Immigration Canada’s objectives for the period 2024-2026 were recently revealed on the official website of the federal Department of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada – IRCC. Canada plans to welcome approximately 500,000 immigrants per year, marking the highest level of admissions recorded to date. La Maisonnée helps approximately 22,000 individuals and families each year and is keen to do more to meet the growing number of immigrants. new arrivals to come.

Activities and premises to match

Following our return to the renovated premises at 6865 avenue Christophe Colomb, La Maisonnée announces an expansion of its services for the years to come. This development includes an already active youth zone, a collective kitchen space, and a daycare to meet the diverse needs of immigrants and our employees.

At the start of the year, we are launching new activities for young people. From January 31, 2024, the ICI jeunesse de La Maisonnée offer a program of sports activities for young people aged 12 to 17. Every Wednesday, young people will be able to practice a variety of sporting activities such as soccer, basketball, boxing, yoga and many others. In addition, “Saturdays at the youth local” offer varied socio-cultural activities every week from 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., including homework help between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m., and fun outings throughout the month of February, including a play. or a professional discovery workshop with the creation of a newspaper with Emploi jeunesse.

Also discover the influence of the La Maisonnée women’s committee by reading our article highlighting the dynamics of this initiative, made up of SAI workers and SAE employment advisors. The latter aims to explore the opportunities offered to women to co-construct workshops and activities that meet their needs, as part of our mission focused on sharing resources, supporting citizen participation, and supporting the implementation of projects. dedicated.


Response to Canada’s Immigration Objectives 2024-2026

During the period 2024-2026, Canada expects an increase in the number of immigrants welcomed, with a forecast of 500 new permanent residents each year in 2025 and 2026. The objectives emphasize highly qualified specialists, members of the family of permanent residents of Canada, and refugees. In particular, the number of French-speaking migrants is expected to increase significantly, from 26,100 in 2024 to 36,000 in 2026. (Sources at the bottom of the page)

Canada’s immigration plan for 2024-2026 aims to meet the country’s economic needs while providing a warm welcome to newcomers, with community organizations such as La Maisonnée playing a crucial role in facilitating their integration. It is for this reason that La Maisonnée continues its tireless efforts to try to be of service to each person taking a step in this territory.

We invite you to discover in detail the different service programs that La Maisonnée offers by browsing our website, here is an overview : Click here

Also discover our monthly activities! Welcome everyone, our new adventure begins here.