Learn: Settlement Activities

Our Activities are Free

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) funds Live & Learn to provide settlement and English language support to immigrants to Manitoba.

Our Activities are Informal, Flexible and Learner-Directed

We provide learning materials and you decide which one to use. You make your own study schedule. You are the boss of your learning. E-Facilitators are here to help you navigate the resources and build your learning plan.

Choose from 4 types of learning: Group Study (including Drop-in Workshops, Multi-week Sessions, Coffee Chats); Self Study (including English Exercises, Canadian Idioms, iEnglish); One-on-One (connect with e-Facilitators or e-Volunteers); and Peer-to-Peer (chat in discussion forums). Scroll down to see the latest activities in each.

Our learning activities are open to all visitors to the website. However, you can take advantage of extra features (live workshops, forums, eVolunteers, eFacilitators, tracking your progress), by registering with us and logging in.

Self Study

Language Explorer

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Language Explorer Acts will help you decide which lessons with English Online will best suit YOU.

Literacy Exercises

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The Starting Exercises focus on language literacy. If you are a beginner and have problems with reading, these are the… Read more »

Idioms Set: Seasons

The sun setting over the Assiniboine River in Winnipeg, Manitoba, while people skate on the Forks River Trail.

In this idioms set you’ll find Canadian idioms relating to seasons of the year in Manitoba. Click on each lesson… Read more »

Idiom Set: Work & Business

An in/out box on an office desk.

In this idioms set you’ll find Canadian idioms relating to employment, money and business. Click on each lesson for cool… Read more »

Idiom Set: Weather

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In this idioms set you’ll find Canadian idioms relating weather—heat, cold, rain and snow. Click on each lesson for cool… Read more »

iEnglish Activities

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iEnglish is a set of resources and videos to give learners the tools they need to take more ownership for… Read more »

More about Self Study options…

Group Study

Summer Course

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eFacilitators’ introductions About this course English Online’s Summer Course is a 9-week course for immigrants to Manitoba. Its purpose is to… Read more »

Workplace Communications

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Course Description Workplace Communications (WorkCom) is a 4 week course. This course focuses on must-haves for successful communication at work: speaking formally,… Read more »

Employment Workshops

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This is a series of workshops related to career planning and employment in Manitoba.

About Canada

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These workshops provide an introduction to life in Canada.

Facts about Aboriginal culture and history you should know
 April 24 @ 7:00 pm

Idle No More flash mob drummers and singers in Masonville Place, London, Ontario

Join the class to discuss some facts about Aboriginal culture and history. Before joining the coffee chat Read the related learning… Read more »

CLB 3-4: Tips to help you express yourself well in an interview
 April 25 @ 10:00 am

Portrait of a young man talking about himself during a job interview

This session is specifically designed for learners who are CLB 3-4. Come to the coffee chat to  learn how to… Read more »

More about Group Study options…


LINC Home Study

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LINC Home Study (LHS) is a language training program available to ESL learners who cannot attend a face-to-face class in Manitoba.

EAL e-Tutors

Get English help from an e-tutor

EAL e-Tutors (qualified language instructors) will help you improve your English skills: reading, writing, listening, speaking.

Career e-Mentors

Get career help with an e-mentor

Career e-Mentors (established professionals and tradespeople) will answer your questions about your field and help you on your career path.

Settlement e-Volunteers

Hands holding a map - settlement help with an e-volunteer

Settlement e-Volunteers (friendly Manitobans) provide hands-on assistance and practical information to pre-arrivals, newcomers and recent immigrants.

More about One-on-One options…


Please login to view the Discussion Forums. If you are not yet a registered learner, find out how to register.

More about Peer-to-Peer options…

Activities Index

For a full list of all learning options and activity titles, see our Activities Index page.