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Mentoring for entrepreneurs in the Franco-Ontarian community

Benefit from a complete support service and the required resources in order to properly support the creation of your own business


Designed to help new comers integrate into the job market on a long term basis

Update your skills in order to be recognized by employers and quickly acquire Canadian professional working experience


Networking space on employment and entrepreneurship

Stay up to date with the latest opportunities and access a network of strategic contacts to develop your career

The Know – How

Key Issues

One of the crucial challenges of successful immigration is employment. How are the employment needs of francophone immigrants addressed? How can one facilitate an efficient integration to the job market guaranteeing them income and a quality of life matching their expectations? How can newcomers contribute via entrepreneurship to the blooming of the Franco-Torontonian and Franco-Ontarian community?


The Know-How is a Not for Profit organization that focuses on putting forth professional expertise as well as successful entrepreneurship initiatives for Franco-Ontarians. It also puts forth programs adapted to the community by giving keys to the job market and entrepreneurship in Canada to immigrants from visible minorities.

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