Polycultural delivers services in-person and remotely. Please book an appointment before visiting our sites.
We are here to help you with your English language needs
We offer the Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) Program, Care for Newcomer Children (CNC), and English Conversation Circles Program
Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) program
The LINC program helps you gain the skills needed to communicate your thoughts in various settings like at the doctor’s, the grocery store and even in your workplace. This program focuses on teaching you real-life everyday English so that you can easily find your way in Canadian society. It helps you improve your listening, speaking, reading and writing skills, moving you gradually through the Canadian Language Benchmarks from literacy level all the way up to level eight. Joining one of our language classes can help you improve your skills to · Get a job · Apply to college or university to study · Provide proof you have an adequate knowledge of English to apply for Canadian Citizenship · communicate with people around you with fluency · Better understand the community in which you live Classes are available at our Scarborough North, Scarborough South, Etobicoke and Mississauga locations.
English Conversation Circle Program
The conversation circle program is available to help you practice your conversational skills in a relaxed and informal environment, with other participants of comparable skills levels. Unlike the LINC program, there are no formal assessments in conversation circles. Topics could include current events and everyday issues.
Care for Newcomer Children (CNC)
Care for children is offered under the Care for Newcomer Children program to facilitate access to services for newcomers with children. Newcomers participating in language classes can use these support services while attending class as their children are looked after.
Grow with Canada
We are here to help individuals and communities served by Polycultural to have an equal opportunity at being productive members of the Canadian society.