In Calgary, you're never alone. Calgary is a place where people have chosen to follow their dreams, build new lives, and find their place in the world.
Only an hour from the Rocky Mountains, Calgary is home to fresh air, open spaces, parks, pathways, mountains and rivers.
It’s easy to see why Calgarians enjoy an active, healthy lifestyle.
There are several organizations in Calgary that support new immigrants to the city. The following agencies provide settlement services, education and employment support, and help with integration into society:
For skilled workers looking to continue their careers upon moving to Calgary, there are a couple of assessment services that may be of interest.
International Qualifications Assessment Service
The International Qualifications Assessment Service, or IQAS, compares educational qualifications from other countries to provincial educational standards. The service issues certificates of comparison to educational standards in a Canadian province, thereby recognizing education already achieved in countries outside of Canada.
Government of Alberta – Self Assessment Test
The Canadian government has an online self-assessment test that can help you determine if you qualify as a skilled worker in Canada.
River Park, Calgary
Rather than enforcing restrictions on pet ownership, the City sets standards for acceptable pet behaviour and enforces responsible pet ownership, view the Responsible Pet Ownership Bylaw.