Local Immigration Partnership (LMLIP)


The London and Middlesex Local Immigration Partnership (LMLIP) is a collaborative community initiative which is designed to strengthen the role of local and regional communities in serving and integrating immigrants. The concept for Local Immigration Partnerships, which are being developed in many communities in Ontario, was developed as a joint initiative of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and the Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration Canada and was further refined in consultation with the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO) and the City of Toronto. The LMLIP is solely funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC).

The purpose of the LMLIP is to strengthen the role of local and regional communities in serving and integration of immigrants through a Local Immigration Partnership. The project will provide a collaborative framework for, and facilitate the development and implementation of, sustainable local and regional solutions for successful integration of immigrants to Ontario.

"Welcome to London & Middlesex: A Guide to Settlement Services" and "A Guide to your Health & Wellbeing Services in London & Middlesex" brochures were developed through a community collaborative effort by the Health & Wellbeing and Settlement sub-councils. Brochures are now available in electronic form and can be accessed on the Immigration Portal in 8 languages, including English and French. Print copies are available by request.

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