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Host Family Application Form

Host Family Agreement

Student Homestay Agreement


The Communication Embassy will locate a homestay in Mississauga or surrounding areas for those who would like to live with a Canadian family. The Host Family  provides a safe home to the international student. The Communication Embassy carefully selects the family and requests a police  report for each member 18 years or older. Also, The Communication Embassy remains in contact with the Host Family and student throughout the entire stay.

and constant supervision from

Type of  Homestay

Weekly Fee per Student



Private Room

(Includes breakfast and dinner)


Double Room          

(Includes breakfast and dinner)


Room only

(Excludes meals)

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The city of Mississauga

Only 20 minutes from Toronto,   Mississauga is a city that offers a variety of cosmopolitan experiences, theatres, galleries, shopping centres, restaurants and parks. Its proximity to Niagara Falls makes the city an exciting place to stop and stay.

Explore its historic sites, visit the shores of Lake Ontario, and observe the salmon migration or if you prefer, go shopping at Square One, one of the biggest malls in Ontario and only steps away from The Communication Embassy.






The Communication Embassy offers  trips to different places using the services of a company specialized in student tours and with an entertainment  coordinator during trips.

These trips are optional and include:



Québec City

Algonquin National Park

Amusement Parks

Snow Parks

Ice skating

Niagara Falls

and more...

Public Transportation

The Communication Embassy is located in downtown Mississauga and within walking distance of  city’s main bus terminal, which offers easy access to Toronto, Hamilton, Niagara, etc.

Students at The Communication Embassy must obtain and maintain a medical insurance policy valid for their entire stay in Canada. Students may purchase the policy in their country of origin or through  The Communication Embassy. Students must provide proof of insurance prior to arriving in Canada.

Please note that the insurance company is independent from The Communication Embassy and that The Communication Embassy  is not responsible for the service acquired through the insurance company.

Medical Insurance
Optional Tours - July