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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.


Quick Facts

  • Canada has two official languages – English and French.
  • The Citizenship Act requires that new citizens to Canada have the equivalent of 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 language classes offered by the Government of Canada that cater to the different needs and abilities of newcomers.

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Newest Language Training Articles

Did you know that journaling can change your life and improve your language skills?

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What do Leonardo Da Vinci, Albert Einstein and Winston Churchill have in common? They all kept journals! In fact, it… Read more »

Speak better: 5 easy ways to improve your pronunciation

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Do you often get asked to repeat yourself? Do people find it hard to understand what you’re saying? Don’t worry…. Read more »

Giving customer feedback: Why it’s important and how best to give your two cents worth

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Have you ever given feedback on a product or service? It can be as simple as telling a supermarket clerk… Read more »

Improve your reading comprehension in 5 steps

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A big part of learning English is reading. Reading improves our vocabulary and helps us get used to sentence patterns…. Read more »

Recent Language Training Articles, CLB3-4

Did you know that journaling can change your life and improve your language skills?

Lady journaling by the beach

What do Leonardo Da Vinci, Albert Einstein and Winston Churchill have in common? They all kept journals! In fact, it… Read more »

Improve your reading comprehension in 5 steps

Person reading a book

A big part of learning English is reading. Reading improves our vocabulary and helps us get used to sentence patterns…. Read more »

5 practical techniques to improve your listening skills

A man with his hand to his ear

Have you noticed that you can find many tips on improving your speaking, reading and writing skills but not a… Read more »

5 more activities to help you write well in English

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Whether it’s an email, cover letter, report, or an essay that you wish to write well, here are a few… Read more »

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