As a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant, I can complete applications for:

  • Northern and Rural Immigration Program
  • Express Entry
  • Federal Skilled Worker Program
  • Federal Skilled Trades Program
  • Canadian Experience Class
  • Provincial Nominee Programs
  • Caregiver Program
  • Labour Market Impact Assessments (LMIAs)
  • Family Class Sponsorships
  • Study, Work, and Visitor Permits
  • Canadian Citizenship
  • Refugees and Protected Persons
  • Humanitarian and Compassionate Category

BIO

Don Curry, BA, MA, RCIC

BA - Carleton University

MA - Central Michigan University

Certificate in Immigration: Laws, Policies, and 

Procedures - University of British Columbia

Founding Executive Director of North Bay & District Multicultural Centre (Immigrant Settlement Agency) (2008-2015)


Founding Executive Director of Timmins & District Multicultural Centre


Board Chair, North Bay & District Multicultural Centre & Timmins & District Multicultural Centre (2016-2019)


Board Member, North Bay Public Library (2018-Present)


Member of Nipissing District Human Rights Hall of Fame (2016)


Board Member, Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants (2012-2015)


YMCA Peace Medallion recipient (2013)


Inaugural Chair, Board of Trustees, North Bay & District Hospital Foundation (2001-2007)


Board member, North Bay & District Hospital (2007-2011)


Paul Harris Fellow


Chair, Board of Directors, North Bay Immigrant Support Services (1990-1996)


Board Member, Ontario Advisory Council on Multiculturalism and Citizenship (1990-1993)


Co-founder and creator of International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination North Bay and area project - 1989 to present (Now also in Timmins)


Former journalist and college journalism professor

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