Strong communication skills lead to career success and faster integration in the community. It’s a good thing that learning opportunities for learning English (and French) abound for newcomers to Manitoba. Learn all about the many language programs offered here.
- Canada has two official languages – English and French.
- The Citizenship Act requires that new citizens to Canada have the equivalent of at least Level 4 for Speaking and Listening in English or French using the Canadian Language Benchmarks (CLB) or Niveaux de compétence linguistique canadien (NCLC).
- There is a variety of free language classes offered by the Government of Canada that cater to the different needs and abilities of newcomers.
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