25 May
Self Filing Tax Program

08:30 AM| Online

Are you interested in learning how to do your own taxes? Our Supported Self-Filing Tax Program can help you with FREE Coaching and Support!


  • Have access to a device with reliable internet
  • Be comfortable with technology
  • A desire to learn how to file your own taxes!
  • Annual income is no greater than:

Family Size

Total Family Income

1 person


2 persons


3 persons


4 persons


5 persons


More than 5 persons

$52,500, plus $2,500 for each additional person


  • You have self-employment or investment income.
  • Have rental or business income
  • You have filed for bankruptcy
  • You have a Social Insurance Number that starts with “9”
25 May
TRIEC Mentoring Partnership

08:30 AM| Online

Reconnect with your profession in Canada

  • Are you new to Canada, 5 years or less?
  • Do you have 2 years of work experience in your professional field before coming to Canada?
  • Are you unemployed or underemployed and wanting to pursue your chosen career in Canada?

TRIEC Mentoring Partnership helps immigrant professionals reconnect with their career with the help of a Mentor in Canada with a similar professional background.


***In-person services have been cancelled until further notice.

25 May
Newcomer Women's Entrepreneurship Program

08:30 AM| 458 Fairall Street, Ajax ON L1S 1R6

Want To Start A Business?

  • Entrepreneurial training and workshops
  • One-on-one consultations with business experts
  • Access to the business community and professionals
  • Gain knowledge of Canadian business culture
  • Start your business in 3 months
  •  Everything for free
25 May
Job Search Workshops

09:00 AM| Online

Learn what Canadian employers want newcomers to know about getting a job in Canada! 

Are you looking for information on how to enter your occupation field in Canada?


Employment needs assessment by trained Assessors

  • 1-on-1 job search coaching
  • Pre-employment workshops conducted in a computerized environment
  • Specialists who understand the job search needs of people new to Canada
  • Personalized Action Plan
  • An environment to learn about job search strategies and Canadian business perspective

Who can participate?

Individuals new to Canada who are ready, willing and able to work and able to communicate in the English language, permanent residents, convention refugees or live-in-caregivers.


25 May
Seniors Group

03:00 PM| Online

The Community Connections Program helps to integrate Newcomers into Canadian lifestyle, providing them with social supports to ease the transition through a variety of group activities. Newcomers can:

  • Practice English Conversation
  • Learn about their community
  • Meet people from around the world
  • Share stories and experiences
  • Attend an informative workshop
  • Participate in social events
  • Develop networks and make new friends
  • Join a walking group
  • Connect with settlement Canadians

*In-person programs are suspended until further notice.

25 May
Jewish Heritage Month Celebration

06:30 PM| Ajax Public Library, 55 Harwood Ave S / Virtual on Zoom

Appropriate for all ages.
Attend in-person Main Branch or online via Zoom.
Advanced registration required.
Free of charge.

Join us to celebrate Jewish Heritage Month with two special guest lectures from Rabbi Printz, the spiritual leader of B’Nai Shalom V’Tikvah synagogue and Ronald King, President of the synagogue. The event will also feature a performance by musical guests Oy to the World. Snacks and refreshments will be provided. All are welcome!

  • 6:30pm: Musical Guests: Oy to the World
  • 7:00-7:15pm: Ronald King: Excuse Me: Are You Jewish? The reply to this question might not be as straightforward as you may think! Join us for a thought provoking examination of the answer to the question: Exactly who are members of the Jewish people? Ronald King, President of B’Nai Shalom v’Tikvah, a Reform Jewish Congregation in Ajax, promises answers that may astound you!
  • 7:15-8:00pm: Rabbi Printz: When You Can’t (or shouldn’t) Forgive Our society puts a lot of pressure on people to forgive those who have wronged them, especially if clear remorse is expressed. The Jewish approach to forgiveness is more nuanced. While forgiveness is encouraged, Jewish tradition recognizes that forgiving is often a complicated act. Judaism doesn’t preach a binary view of forgiveness – there is an entire world between “I forgive” and “I will not forgive.” Judaism offers a path forward for both the offender and the person they’ve hurt, one that is rooted in compassion for our imperfect human nature.
  • 8:00-8:15pm: Q&A with Rabbi Printz and Ronald King
  • 8:15-8:30pm: Musical Guests: Oy to the World

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