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TESL Ontario, established in 1972, is a non-profit organization serving the needs of teachers of English as a Second Language and English Literacy Development. In its commitment to professional development and advocacy, TESL Ontario addresses the range of competencies, experiences, and issues which influence the success of immigrants, refugees, visa students, and others who are learning English.

Contact Summer Issue

Contact Summer issueThe Summer issue of CONTACT TESL Ontario Magazine is published.

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TESL Ontario 2015 Conference

TESL Ontario Conference

Exhibitor and Sponsorship Opportunities
Download the complete Exhibitor and Sponsorship Opportunities brochure for general information, a floorplan, exhibit rates, a registration form and sponsorship opportunities. Register today for this significant opportunity to market to an influential group of ESL Professionals.

Consumer Protection in Ontario

Directions on how to search for helpful sources of information to assist newcomers in all aspects of life in Ontario.

A NEWCOMER’S INTRODUCTION TO CONSUMER PROTECTION IN ONTARIO

Special Research Symposium issue of Contact

Special Research Symposium issue

The Special Research Symposium issue of CONTACT TESL Ontario Magazine is published.

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Update on TESL Ontario/TESL Canada Memorandum of Agreement

Below is the letter TESL Ontario sent on May 4, 2015 to TESL Canada regarding the current Memorandum of Agreement (MOA).

Letter to TESL Canada

Email to TESL Ontario members on May 4, 2015

Email to TESL Ontario members on January 29, 2015

CLEO's latest resources

Premier Kathleen Wynne's Greeting at TESOL Convention

Canadian Language Benchmarks: ESL for Adult Literacy Learners

The Centre for Canadian Language Benchmarks (CCLB) is pleased to announce the publication of Canadian Language Benchmarks: ESL for Adult Literacy Learners (ALL). It is a comprehensive document to support program administrators, curriculum developers and teachers in the instruction of English as a Second Language (ESL) to adult learners with limited or no literacy skills — as well as ESL learners who are literate in a non-Roman alphabet. The development of the document was funded by the Government of Manitoba and Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

CCLB is currently seeking project funding to trans-adapt the document into French.

Keeping the Settlement/Immigration/Refugee Sectors in the CLEO Loop

1. CLEO is pleased to announce the launch of a new publication:

Not a Canadian citizen? Why you should think about applying now (August 2014)
The laws about Canadian citizenship are changing. It will be harder to get and keep Canadian citizenship. Our new publication explains why some permanent residents may want to apply before the laws change and why it is important to get legal advice before deciding.

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