Canada is one of the most popular destinations for immigrants, and every year more than 250,000 people make Canada their new home. Immigrate to Canada (Self-Counsel, 2015), co-authored by Nick Noorani and Catherine A. Sas, explains Canada's immigration procedures and offers advice to help applicants ensure their documents are in order. It also offers insights on preparing for a move to Canada, and what to expect during the process.

More than 250,000 immigrants arrive in Canada each year, and making the transition to life in a new country can be overwhelming. Nick Noorani's 365 Tips for Newcomers (Self Counsel, 2015) offers new immigrants advice on how to make the move to Canada a success. From information about banking, schools, real estate and medical services, this book will guide newcomers through their first year in Canada.

Naeem "Nick" Noorani was born in Mumbai. He and his wife Sabrina came to Canada from India in 1998, after a stint in Dubai. The pair wrote a how-to guide for new immigrants called Arrival, Survival Canada, co-authored with journalist Lynda Cumming, that covered banking, income tax, driving, citizenship and job-seeking. From the roots of Arrival, Survival, Noorani founded Canadian Immigrant, a monthly magazine focused on the Canadian immigrant experience. Noorani is passionate about helping immigrants successfully adapt to their new lives in Canada.


Co-authored with Catherine A. Sas:
Immigrate to Canada: A Practical Guide (Self-Counsel Press, 2015) $21.95 9781770402096

365 Tips for Newcomers: Your First Year in Canada (Self-Counsel Press, 2015) $19.95 9781770402102

Co-authored with Sabrina Noorani
Arrival Survival Canada: A Handbook for New Immigrants (Oxford University Press, 2008) 978-0195428919

[BCBW 2015]