Newcomers develop multiple social connections to resources needed for their early settlement process in their offline and online environments. This study of social inclusion process of refugees explores the relationship between use of mobile technologies and access to social capital. The notion of social capital is borrowed from Nan Lin's description from Building Network Theory of Social Capital (1999) where he describes it as "resources embedded in a social structure which are accessed and/or mobilized in purposive actions." At the core of this exploration is the following question: How does social capital is present in the settlement process of refugees in Toronto? This study looks at two tiers of research that includes; (1) a longitudinal analysis of the kinds of information and instrumental resources gathered by newcomers throughout their settlement stages; and (1) triangulate analysis of refugees in terms of how social capital has been developed and impacted their settlement process in mobile media spaces to demonstrate how social network services on mobile media serves in facilitating social inclusion for those with limited access to mainstream society.