Stay Safe
C.C.E.C.’s priority is to create an environment where you feel safe to learn, work, and live. If you are experiencing any concerns about safety, mental or physical health issues, or discrimination and harassment, the ISS team will provide you with support and guidance, and refer you to appropriate community resources.


Safety 101

In an immediate threat to safety, call 9-1-1.

Trust Your Instincts: If you need help, feel threatened, or notice suspicious activity, call +1-647-250-7337 (Dean's Mobile Number).

Practice being aware of your surroundings.


  1. At night, walk on well-lit, busy streets, and try to be with another person. Avoid isolated areas, such as parks and alleys.
  2. Don’t leave valuables, like your phone or computer, unattended. It can only take a few seconds for them to disappear.
  3. Use a strong lock for your bike.
  4. Make copies of your important documents (including passport, study permit, and/or work permit) and lock the originals somewhere safe.
  5. Keep personal data safe. Don’t share credit card numbers, your student number, passwords, phone number, or address on social networks or on sites that aren’t secure. Reputable organizations will never ask for your personal information over email.


Consent Comes First
Consent is an affirmative, enthusiastic “yes” that is ongoing and freely given. 


Consent Comes First provides support to Can-College community members affected by sexual violence.


You have access to support if the sexual violence happened on- or off-campus, or if you experienced sexual violence before you came to Can-College.

To learn more about consent and resources on sexual violence, please visit the Office of Sexual Violence Support and Education.

C.C.E.C.’s COVID-19 readiness plans have been approved by the IRCC and on January 12, 2021, have been added to the list of Ontario institutions approved by the province to receive new international students with study permits.

On October 2, 2020, The Canadian government announced an amendment to international travel for international students. Effective October 20, 2020, learning institutions whose COVID-19 readiness plans have been approved by their provincial or territorial government will be able to welcome more international students back to their schools.

Can-College looks forward to safely welcoming new international students to its programs from Spring 29, 2021 onward!

Can-College Safety 101

​​COVID-19

You will be required to self-quarantine for 14 days, once you arrive in Canada. You are expected to begin studying upon arrival and after completing the required quarantine if applicable.

Testing for Institutions Welcoming International and Domestic Students from Outside Canada

From August 15, 2020, Ontario is requiring that institutions ensure that both international and domestic students who are in quarantine as a result of having entered Canada within two weeks prior to the start of their studies, are tested for the COVID-19 virus at least once during their quarantine period.

That testing should preferably take place within five to seven days after the arrival period to address the virus incubation period. This communication is to clarify that testing can take place on day 14 of quarantine for students to fully complete the 14-day quarantine period.

While waiting for the results, students should remain in quarantine, and the institution will continue its responsibility for quarantine oversight. If a student tests positive, that restarts the quarantine period and institutions must maintain their oversight of the student during that period. Transportation to and from a testing site is not a requirement, but the college may consider facilitating transportation to and from testing facilities, if at all possible.

Assessment Centre Testing: In this option, the college will work with the student and if possible, facilitate transportation of students to and from a local Assessment Centre for testing. Testing must be scheduled in advance by the student to ensure the Assessment Centre is able to manage the testing volumes. In order to schedule testing in advance, you may contact a local Assessment Centre.

Assessment Centres have been informed of this testing policy to ensure that they are prepared to respond to questions from the college.

Further details and support-related information will be provided once you arrive in Canada.

Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.

College Administrator
Tel: +1- 905-499-3631- Ext 258
Email: services@ccecollege.com​


International students COVID-19 Update: Students applying for admission and arriving from the Southern Africa region:


-Can-College is 100% open for admission and the LOA process and accepting students in related enrollment sessions.
-Classes and programs delivery for the students who are already in Canada is 100% as per schedule in related formats.

International Travel Guidelines:
-Must follow new pre-entry testing before continuing their journey to Canada, and post-arrival requirements
Travel exemptions and restrictions for international students

You need to be eligible to travel to Canada at this time if
-you want to come to Canada to study
-you’re returning to Canada as an international student
-you’re coming to Canada as a family member or support person for an international student

Complying with your study permit conditions
If your in-class courses are temporarily moved to an online-only format or suspended completely because of COVID-19, you’re still complying with your study permit conditions if you


-stay enrolled in your DLI, and
-participate in your studies online, if your DLI offers them.

Working as a student
As of September 1, 2020, to work in Canada as a student, you must


-be a full-time student
-be enrolled at a DLI
-meet all on-campus and off-campus work eligibility requirements

If on a future application, an officer asks you for more information about your time studying in Canada, your DLI should provide you with a letter of support to explain how your studies were affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

COVID-19 (Omicron travel ban Update #1) (Nov 30, 2021)
*"Travel exemptions and restrictions for international students. You need to be eligible to travel to Canada at this time if:

  1. you want to come to Canada to study
  2. you’re returning to Canada as an international student"


You will be subject to enhanced pre-entry and arrival testing, screening, and quarantine measures.


In general, a ban may become applicable only when an international student is ready to enter Canada and if a study permit is already approved.



THERE ARE NO RESTRICTIONS IN APPLYING ADMISSION APPLICATIONS, ACCEPTANCE AND STUDY PERMIT APPLICATIONS:

Can-college admission is open. Apply Online Now.


The admission acceptance process and study permit applications submissions processing are still being accepted by the IRCC (Immigration Canada). According to the can college database and feedback, it is taking around 3-7 months to get a study permit application processed by Immigration Canada.

*Regardless of which country you are from, once the study permit application is approved, the Can-College admin team will handle documents for essential travel to start or resume study in Canada at that time and guide every student individually. Students with approved study permits are already being contacted for assistance.


GOVERNMENT'S TRAVEL BAN TERMS:                 (Click here to 
Find out if you can enter Canada)


In terms of
the travel ban dated November 30, 2021, 


All returning Canadians, and others with the right of entry, will have to be tested before entering Canada, and effective Tuesday night, that test cannot have been administered in one of the 10 countries on the list. This means that those looking to get back to this country will first need to go to a third country to receive a negative test result before travelling home.


Once landed, returning travellers from these countries who are vaccinated will have to be tested at the airport upon arrival and remain in a government quarantine facility until they receive a negative result. Then, they can go home to finish isolating as they await their day eight test result.
Those who are unvaccinated will have to quarantine for the full 14 days in a government facility.

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Great student experiences attract strong, dedicated individuals – students of today – to become leaders of tomorrow. The College is focused on helping you succeed by providing you with knowledgeable staff to meet the range of your needs and aspirations.


If you have any questions, require assistance in the completion of your financial aid forms, or wish to discuss your financial options, please do not hesitate to make an in-person or telephonic appointment. Please call 1-905-499-3631 Ext-258.  to speak with a knowledgeable student manager or send an 
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Can-College COVID-19 Readiness Plan

Can-College CORONAVIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19) CASE-INCIDENT REPORT FORM-INSTRUCTIONS.

If you are infected by the COVID-19 Please use the above link and submit ASAP.


You may also use the following Government Reporting and instructions:


CORONA VIRUS DISEASE (COVID-19) CASE-INCIDENT REPORT FORM


Instructions for Completion

  • Please complete as much detail as possible on this form at the time of the initial report.
  • It is not expected that all fields will be completed during the initial report, but that updates will be made when information becomes available.


To local public health authorities:

  • Reporting: Please report cases using normal local/provincial/territorial methods
  • Travel: The Office of Quarantine Services at the Public Health Agency of Canada may be of assistance with requesting passenger manifests from conveyance operators, when requested to do so, by a local public health authority. Local public health authorities can contact the manager on-call 1-416-MANAGER (626-2437).


Provincial / territorial public health authorities

  • Reporting of probable and confirmed cases: Please report cases electronically using secure methods or fax to 1-613-952-4723. For fax, an email notification should be sent to phac.hsfluepi.aspc@canada.ca (do not attach form). Provinces and territories are asked to report all confirmed and probable cases within 24 hours of P/T notification to PHAC.


  • After regular business hours (8:00am-5:00pm EST), please contact the PHAC’s Health Portfolio


Operations Centre at 
phac-aspc.hpoc-cops@canada.ca.