Address: 1315 Kipling Ave
Etobicoke, ON M9B 3N8
Phone: 416-231-1717


Being a new Immigrant to Canada and settling in Toronto (Ontario Province) can be a daunting task dependent on one’s personal situation. During your first few days in Canada you may have to go through various activities as part of your settlement process. This could include (but not limited to) arranging for Housing, Health, Employment, Education, Transportation, Drivers License, Utilities etc. The biggest challenge lies in getting hold of the right information that is otherwise scattered around us in abundance. By utilizing all available information from legitimate sources, one can navigate through the settlement process in a much easier and faster manner. Here, you will find some information which will be helpful in your initial days in Toronto.

It is imperative for a newcomer to touch base with a close relative or a friend in Toronto prior to your initial journey in order to arrange pick up from the airport and transportation to your initial place of stay. In case you do not have immediate family or friends in Toronto, the CSI Church Toronto can be of help. Please feel free to contact the members of our Church’s’ Welcoming Committee who can be of help.
Welcoming Committee:
Mr. Zac Santhosh Koshy 647-262-9293, Mrs. Sonijya Raj 416-816-8832 or Mr. Shibu Paul Pulikaparambil905-896-0805


The Greater Toronto Area is defined as the central city of Toronto, and the four regional municipalities that surround it: Durham, Halton, Peel, and York. The CSI Church Toronto and the parsonage are located in the City of Toronto close to the border of Mississauga, Brampton & Vaughn. The nearest intersection is Kipling Ave and Eglinton Ave.

Settling in Ontario

Visit the following website , to learn more about Settling in Toronto (Ontario Province). The site is managed by the Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (OCASI) and is funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration.

This website provides information regarding Immigration & Citizenship, Housing, Health, Employment, Education, Community & Recreation, Legal Services and Recreational Life.

Note: While there is a plethora of information available in the web, it is important to obtain information from a trustworthy source such as a Government website or one that is funded by the Government of Canada.