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Reason 2: Midwifery....by Larysa Valachko

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100 reasons to live in Ottawa, ON by Larysa Valachko.

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Start Your Career in Construction Management

If you’re an internationally trained engineer, architect or other construction professional looking to gain Canadian credentials, George Brown College has a great one year program to prepare you for a career in construction management. Construction Management – For Internationally Educated Professionals was developed with input from industry and designed to build off the education and experience you’re already worked hard to acquire. This Canadian education combined with your experience is su...
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Work: How to Learn About Your Occupation in Canada

By Efim Cheinis The majority of Canadian immigrants are university, college or trade school graduates and have years of work experience. Is it necessary to start your professional career in Canada from the very beginning? Not at all! Many newcomers may continue working in their trades in Canada. But, to do so successfully you have to be prepared and do your homework. What does this mean? First of all you need to carefully learn about the Canadian job market and find out how your occupation...
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Jobs: ICTC Gets the Wheels Rolling in the IT Sector

by Alessandra Cayley Mauricio Pereira de Oliveira is from Brazil. Daniel Sun is from China. They may have nothing in common when it comes to culture, but when the subject is jobs within Canada their similarities start to grow. The two immigrated to Canada in the midst of the latest recession. Both are IT (Information and Technology) professionals and have families to support. It was no surprise that both needed a job as quickly as possible. Employment agencies helped to translate their ...
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Employment: Bridging Programs in Western Canada

Canada is internationally known as a country with excellent immigration programs for skilled workers and qualified professionals. It is important to know the rules and regulations of the province or territory you want to call home – only the right preparation and proper licensing will ensure a chance to put your expertise to work. Engineering, health care, and a variety of other professions are regulated; and in order to be able to work in a regulated occupation, you must perform two steps – ...
Tags: Travel, Canada, British Columbia, Columbia, Western Canada, Metro Vancouver, Andy Rodriguez, ICES International Credential Evaluation Service, Skills Connect Program, Skills Connect Health


Job Boards for Medical Professionals

These Canadian job boards, with listings of available positions, can help you find employment in your branch of medicine. Some of the job boards are completely healthcare-oriented; others have sections with jobs in the medical field. If you find any others, please tell us now. PeopleMenders.com Canadian Association of Community Health Centres en français: L’Association canadienne des centres de santé communautaire CanAm Physician Recruiting Inc. HealthcareJob.ca Workopolis – He...
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Connecting Talent with Opportunities

The PAIE Program is an innovative, employer-led Ontario bridge training program that connects highly skilled Internationally-Trained Engineers and Geoscientists with employers seeking qualified talent. PAIE is developed and led by Toronto and Region Conservation (TRCA) in collaboration with Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) and the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario (APGO), funded by the Government of Ontario and the Government of Canada. This program links employers in TRCA...
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New federal immigration program to support middle class jobs in rural and northern communities

News release January 24, 2019—Ottawa, ON— The Government of Canada is committed to supporting immigration strategies that will enable smaller communities to enhance their economic, social and demographic vitality. Today, the Honourable Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and CitizenshipCanada, announced the creation of the Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot, a five-year federal immigration pilot involving communities and selected provincial and territorial...
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Help for internationally-trained IT professionals

When you planned on immigrating to Canada, you might not have considered the challenges of getting your Information Technology credentials recognized and finding a job in the field. You may have arrived in Canada with several years of hands-on experience and internationally-recognized professional qualifications. But after your first job interview, you probably realize that Canadian experience and international credentials are the stumbling blocks you’d have to overcome to find employment in...
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A Range of Employment Resources

New immigrants to Canada can count on a number of programs to help them to find their first job here. “Immigrants alone do not have all the tools to market themselves. The requirements are different even according to the sector or the employer,” says Irene Sihvonen, director of Services of Acces Employment Services. The first step for the newcomer is to look for the nearest employment resource centre. These agencies provide a shortcut to understand the local job market, to validate foreign cr...
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Job Search Strategies: Searching the Smarter Way

by Shabnum Budwhani “I have sent over 200 resumes in a month and haven’t received a single call.” As counselors we hear these and other such comments very frequently from our clients who are newcomers to Canada. What you need to understand is that Job Search is an art. You have to learn successful job search skills so that you can get the best results and be successful in the labour market. If you produce a single resume and send that same resume out to many different employers it will pro...
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Canada will need 216,000 tech positions filled in these 5 key sectors by 2021

Mandy Kovacs Source: https://www.itworldcanada.com/article/canada-will-need-216000-tech-positions-filled-in-these-5-key-sectors-by-2021/392413 As the Canadian business landscape rapidly digitizes, a shortage of skilled labourers is hindering its growth potential. A new report published on Apr. 12 by the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) indicates that Canada will need to fill approximately 216,000 technology-related positions by 2021, up from 2015 predictions of 1...
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Silicon Valley North: the Toronto-Waterloo Corridor

by Sahra Togone Source: https://www.wes.org/advisor-blog/silicon-valley-north-toronto-waterloo/ The Toronto-Waterloo region, often referred to simply as the corridor, is home to thousands of tech startups and multinational companies. The Toronto-Waterloo strip spans 112 kilometers, making it the second largest global innovation technology cluster in North America. The corridor is now competing for top talent arou...
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Becoming an IT Professional in Canada

| by Karolin Givergis One of the functions of information technology (IT) professionals is to manage the network servers of a company. Because nearly all businesses have network servers, the IT field touches on virtually every part of today’s economy. With their specialized education, skills, and training, IT professionals are in high demand. They would also do well to join a professional IT society, like Canada’s ...
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The Information Technology Sector in Canada

The demand for talent in the IT sector in Canada has seen incredible growth over the past 15 years. The current unemployment rate for professionals in this field is the lowest in history at 1.9% (by contrast, the overall unemployment rate in Canada is over 6.5%). Some trends in the workforce include a relatively aging workforce, 11% is over the age of 55 compared with 4% in 2001. The workforce is highly educated with the majority of the workforce having at least a Bachelor’s degree or higher. Fi...
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Next course: ‘How to find a job and work in Canada”.

As a result of the Poll published several weeks ago. We have decided to open our Beta-Group for our next course: ‘How to find a job and work in Canada”. Our Beta Group will be open for 6 weeks. Once the course is completed and published the participants will receive a special coupon for a 70% discount to access the complete course. There are only 30 spots available for the Beta Group, so if you are interested in participating in the creation of this course and give your ...
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Engineers in Canada -Professional Practice Examination-Recommended books.

Below you can see the recommended books for the Professional Practice Examination. For more information, you can click the affiliate links after the book cover images. Canadian Professional Engineering and Geoscience Practice and Ethics Practical Law of Architecture, Engineering, and Geoscience, Second Canadian Edition Plus Companion Website without Pearson eText -- Access Card Package (2nd Edition) Project Management: The Managerial Process Handbook of Sustainable Engineering ...
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How to immigrate to Canada under the Express Entry System

I’m excited to announce the launch of How to Immigrate to Canada under the Express Entry System my 46-lectures online Udemy course. “ How to Immigrate to Canada under the Express Entry System ”  course has been developed to assist International trained professionals like you to learn how you can become eligible to apply for Canadian Permanent Residency via the Express Entry System under the different immigration programs available In Canada and what you will require in order ...
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List of Licensed Recruiters for Foreign Workers in Nova Scotia.

Recruiters of foreign workers must hold a recruiter licence from Labour Standards to provide recruitment services. Note: employers who do their own recruitment work do not need a recruiter licence, however they will need an   employer registration certificate   from Labour Standards.Employers who want to use a foreign worker recruiter must use a licensed recruiter.Recruiters and employers cannot charge a worker, directly or indirectly, fees for assisting in finding the worker employment. This ru...
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5 TIPS TO HELP FIND AN AIP DESIGNATED EMPLOYER AND MOVE TO NOVA SCOTIA

Since the official launch of the Atlantic Immigration Pilot (AIP) Program in March of 2017, all eyes have been on the four Atlantic Provinces. Candidates from all across the globe are looking to explore the Atlantic Provinces through this innovative and aspirational new pathway. The AIP has priority processing at the federal level with 2,000 more allocations for the four Atlantic Provinces. For Nova Scotia, that is almost 800 Principal Applicants (PA) plus their families in addition to the Pr...
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Atlantic Immigration Pilot - Designated Employers: the Prince Edward Island

Which employers are designated through the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program? The Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program (AIPP) is an employer-driven federal immigration program designed to help employers fill permanent labour shortages and skill gaps by supporting foreign nationals for permanent residency. Employers who wish to use AIPP must be   designated   by the Prince Edward Island Office of Immigration. The following is a list of Designated Employers under the AIPP. This list does not ind...
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1,029 Nova Scotia employers request foreign workers

More than 1,000 companies in N.S. in almost all sectors of the economy have applied for permission to use foreign workers, CBC News has learned. Documents show between January 2009 and the end of April 2012 there were 1,029 requests from Nova Scotia employers to bring in foreign workers. In each case they have to prove they can't find qualified people in the province. "I knew it was high but I was really surprised it was that high," said Rick Clarke of the Nova Scotia Federation of Labour. ...
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The Atlantic Immigration Pilot -Designated Employers in Nova Scotia.

The Atlantic Immigration Pilot is a creative approach to addressing our labour market challenges. Employers in Nova Scotia can use the Pilot to hire foreign workers. Individuals cannot apply for the pilot. We encourage individuals with an interest in the program to find a job offer. The employer may be designated or may choose to become designated when they find a foreign national they wish to hire. ELIGIBILITY Employers looking to fill labour gaps through the Pilot must first be approved fo...
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2018 Annual Report to Parliament on Immigration - Canada.ca

2018 Annual Report to Parliament on Immigration - Canada.ca [Author: Andy Rodriguez]
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Businesses and communities across Canada to benefit from increased immigration - Canada.ca

Businesses and communities across Canada to benefit from increased immigration - Canada.ca [Author: Andy Rodriguez]
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Notice – Supplementary Information 2019-2021 Immigration Levels Plan - Canada.ca

Notice – Supplementary Information 2019-2021 Immigration Levels Plan - Canada.ca [Author: Andy Rodriguez]
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Number of international students studying in Canada up 17%

Published on 18/09/18 The total number of international students studying in Canada, at all levels, increased by 17 percent to 494,525 in 2017, according to the latest Research in a Brief report by the Canadian Bureau of International Education (CBIE). The report, which aimed to illuminate key trends with regards to the level of study, province or territory of study and country of citizenship, found that the greatest proportion (40 percent) of international students cam...
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Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program: Newfoundland and Labrador Designated Employers

The Government of Canada encourages foreign workers who make use of the Atlantic Immigration Pilot to ensure the employer has been officially designated. All job offers from designated employers must be endorsed by their respective province before the foreign worker can apply for Canadian permanent resident status through the pilot.  So far, Newfoundland and Labrador is the only participating province that provides a list of its designated employers, which is listed below. Employer            ...
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Canada and Australia Announce Amendment to Youth Mobility Arrangement

News release Expanded age range will give young Canadians the opportunity to travel and work in Australia through the International Experience Canada program August 28, 2018—Ottawa, ON The Honourable Ahmed Hussen, Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, and the Honourable Peter Dutton, Australia’s Minister for Home Affairs, today announced an agreement to expand the age range in the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Canada and Australia concerning Youth Mobility. Through t...
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