mentors circle: Once you get out of the airport, then you come to a realization that you know nobody out here, according to Toronto Star. You are there with your bags and now this is a new city in front of you, he recalled. You're very excited until you reach the airport of Halifax. Anil Rana moved to Halifax from India last August and has established The Mentors Circle, an online platform to help professional newcomers settle into the city. Despite having only lived in Halifax since August of 2017, he received a volunteer award from the municipality in April for his community contributions. Yvette d'Entremont/Star Metro There's a lot of fear and excitement . For me, I asked how can I engage myself in the city and know more about the people and what resources are available The answer was to throw himself into volunteering. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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