We provide you with orientation, information, and referrals related to Employment in Canada.
"Knowledge is power" and we are a powerful team!
By accessing our services you will learn about:
Where to look for Labour Market Information
How to conduct your job search
How to structure your resume and cover letter
What professional behaviour is expected from you in Canada
How to prepare for an interview
...And much more.
Once you have registered with us, you can talk to one of our Employment Consultants to get information and referrals tailored to your occupation and specific situation. Additionally, we continually update our website with relevant information and resources that will help you conducting your job search.
Yes, absolutely! Applying for jobs is a process you may need to re-learn. The sooner you familiarize yourself with the way Canadians conduct a job search, the greater the chances landing your first job in Canada will be.
When you applied for Permanent Residence status in Canada, you were asked to proof you have enough funds to support yourself and your family after coming to Canada.
According to Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada you can "bring as much money as you can to make moving and finding a home in Canada easier. Note, however, that Canadian customs regulations require you to declare if you are bringing more than C$10,000 into Canada. If you do not tell them, you may be fined or put in prison".
Source: IRCC website. Information retrieved Feb 10, 2016.