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Tuesday September 27, 2022

Discover Canada – Live TV Channel

blue circle   Watch real-time presentations from officials of cities across Canada

Blue  Opportunities for employment, education, entrepreneurship and lifestyle

Blue  Discover Canada TV Channel is live with the ability to ask questions

Discover Canada

8:45 am

Join Global Talent Alliance Canada as they kick off the live channel for the day. They will give a sneak peak of all the daily presenters and let you know what you can look forward to during the live job fair!


Welcome to Ottawa, Canada's Capital


Greater Moncton - New Brunswick is Atlantic Canada's fastest growing region achieving record population growth in 2021.  Be a part of the growth and excitement!

If you are relocating to Canada, Greater Moncton is the place to start your new chapter. Greater Moncton (consisting of the cities of Dieppe, Moncton and Town of Riverview) has seen more than 30,000 jobs created over the past 25 years. It is a region with a booming economy surrounded by the natural beauty of the outdoors. You will enjoy short commutes to work, affordable housing and a community that is incredibly friendly, safe and welcoming. You will feel welcome and at home! This energetic community is growing and we need skilled, talented workers like you.




Accelerate Your Career In London, Ontario


Fredericton is the capital city of New Brunswick.  Situated in the eastern part of the Province, on the banks of the beautiful Saint John River, Fredericton is a hub of tourism, Government, higher Education, and is known as a 'start-up Capital of Canada'.
Join Specialists from Fredericton as we dig deeper regarding everything that Fredericton has to offer it's residents, newcomers to Fredericton, international students, businesses, and entrepreneurs looking for a top-notch support network.  Resources and a specialised support infrastructure are available to those whom choose to make Fredericton their home.


Make a difference in the lives of Canadians! Consider joining the Innovation, Information and Technology Branch (IITB) of Employment and Social Development Canada - Canada.ca: A Government of Canada department that helps Canadians every day, at every stage of life. Our work matters. Our employees matter. Please join our live webinar at 1pm (EST), where we will share with you the benefits of working for ESDC, and the types of IT roles available in IITB. Help us help Canadians.”

Please be sure to visit our booth for your chance to meet with our IT Ambassadors, and access links to our open job inventories.

In addition, please feel free to email your CV and/or questions, to our recruitment team at EDSC.DGIIT.RECRUTEMENT-IITB.RECRUITMENT.ESDC@hrsdc-rhdcc.gc.ca



Faites une différence dans la vie des Canadiens! Songez à vous joindre à la Direction générale de l'innovation, de l'information et de la technologie (DGIIT) d'Emploi et Développement social Canada - Canada.ca : un ministère du gouvernement du Canada qui aide les Canadiens chaque jour, à toutes les étapes de leur vie. Notre travail est important. Nos employés sont importants.

Veuillez-vous joindre à notre webinaire en direct à 13 h (HNE), où nous vous ferons part des avantages de travailler pour EDSC et des types de rôles en TI disponibles à la DGIIT. Aidez-nous à aider les Canadiens. Ne manquez pas de visiter notre kiosque pour avoir la chance de rencontrer nos ambassadeurs des TI et d'accéder aux liens vers nos répertoires d'emplois ouverts.

En outre, n'hésitez pas à envoyer votre CV et/ou vos questions à notre équipe de recrutement à l'adresse EDSC.DGIIT.RECRUTEMENT-IITB.RECRUITMENT.ESDC@hrsdc-rhdcc.gc.ca


Welcome to Langley, British Columbia, situated in the Vancouver Metropolitan area - Langley City is the Place to be!

Langley Community Services Society (LCSS) is a community-based, multi-service, non-profit organization operating in Langley, BC.  Serving the community for almost 50 years, providing free resources, job opportunities, volunteering opportunities, youth employment programs, parenting & family resources, together with Legal Advocacy and many other services.  Workshops for children, youth, adults, families and seniors are also available.  Join us!

Wednesday September 28, 2022 

Career Forum – Live TV Channel

Blue  Join experts from organizations that help new Canadians with career development

blue circle   Skills Training Programs, Education, Immigration Pathways, Job Connections

Blue  Career Forum TV Channel is live with the ability to ask questions


8:45 am

Join Global Talent Alliance Canada as they discuss their service offerings including: Talent Recruiting, International IT Recruiting, Global Talent Stream Consulting and Onboarding Support for Canadian employers.

Founded in 2021 to combine their experience and industry knowledge of the Canadian job market.  Their team has the skillset and network to help you grow as a business or as an individual.

Their Job Seeker services include skills training, employer connections and career counselling. Go visit their booth for job opportunities in Ottawa!

9:00 am

Navigating Canadian Immigration System

Canada’s proactive in leveraging its immigration programs to enhance its global competitiveness. There are various programs serving different purposes. Some programs are administered by federal, others by provincial governments; some others are selected by skills and/or occupations. Some provide special pathway to foreign students; others favour the transition from foreign temporary workers. There are special programs for entrepreneurs, self-employed and employer sponsorship. So, the question is how to choose your way or the high way or/and some other express way. As a certified immigration consultant, David Tuy Dinh will guide you navigating the Canadian immigration system, highlight some of the recent changes and trends, and perspective and insights behind the success in the selection process.

10:00 am

Career Focused Traning for Today & Tomorrow


Presenter Bio

Sheila Cheung, BA RISIA is a Student Recruitment Officer at the Chartered Professional Accountants of BC. Sheila plays a key role in recruitment and advising workforce professionals, newcomers and international students on how to pursue the CPA program and confer the Canadian professional accounting designation-CPA in BC, Canada. Sheila’s career in education allows her to align her passion for recruitment and advising, to helping persons imagine and reach their career goals

CPABC ‘Accounting Certification and Employment in Canada’

Expand your employment opportunities in accounting and become a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) in Canada. Get the job, career advancement and stability by getting the Canadian accounting designation that employers prefer. Tune into this live webinar and learn how to transfer your international education and work experience into the admission requirements of becoming a CPA in Canada. Visit us at the CPABC booth and get your questions answered. We look forward to meeting you!


Career Paths in Healthcare Sector & Job Openings to Internationally Trained Medical Professionals



Join Invest Ottawa as they expand on why Ottawa is a great city to grow your career. They will highlight Ottawa’s booming technology sector, competitive business costs, and quality of life during their presentation

Ottawa is a globally recognized, innovative and future-ready city and the best place to learn, work, and play.

Invest Ottawa is a national leader in helping Canadian businesses identify organizational growth requirements and assisting them in expanding nationally and internationally.


Settling in Alberta: A Resilient Digital Landscape

Alberta’s digital economy has grown significantly since early 2020 with nearly 30,000 jobs added in the province. Alberta’s two major cities, Calgary and Edmonton have had record breaking investments in recent years and is seen as an attractive and affordable city for internationally trained professionals to call home. To support the growth of Alberta’s digital economy, recruiting talent is essential. Come join ICTC’s Sashie Steenstra and Mansharn Toor, who will share insights on in-demand jobs, sectors driving the digital economy, and actionable job search tips for newcomers and internationally educated professionals interested in learning more about Alberta's thriving tech sector.

Mansharn Toor Bio: Mansharn Toor (she/her) is a Research and Policy Analyst at ICTC. Mansharn brings her background in political science and social justice into her research on the impact of emerging technologies, labour market trends, and tech-equity. Mansharn previously worked with various Indigenous communities in Alberta to develop community strategic plans based on community-led research and evidenced-based decision making. She has a particular passion for the intersections of technology and policy to help address social inequities.

Sashie Steenstra Bio: With over 20 years’ experience in post-secondary and non-profit settings, Sashie’s career has focused on workforce development, experiential learning, curriculum design, workshop facilitation, business development and project management. She joined ICTC (Information and Communications Technology Council) in 2019 and applied a full spectrum of career transition guidance to the highly successful pilot EDGE UP (Energy to Digital Growth Education and Upskilling Project), a short-duration skills development program that helped pivot displaced mid-career professionals from the Oil and Gas industry into Calgary’s growing tech sector. In her current role as Manager, iAdvance, Sashie spearheads the strategic growth of iAdvance programming. She leads planning, development, coordination, and implementation of program delivery.


Entrepreneurship as a Career

National VCE Greetings

Justin Trudeau
Prime Minister of Canada

Jason Kenney
Premier of Alberta

John Horgan
Premier of British Columbia

Brian Pallister
Premier of Manitoba

Doug Ford
Premier of Ontario

Jim Watson, Ottawa Mayor

Naheed Nenshi, Calgary Mayor

Kennedy Stewart, Vancouver Mayor

Sandra Masters, Mayor of Regina

Josie Osborne, BC Minister of Municipal Affairs

Danny Breen, St Johns Mayor

About G-TAC's 13th National VCE

The G-TAC National Virtual Career Expo is Canada’s largest online job fair - providing multiple opportunities over a 36-hour period for job seekers and employers to engage & connect with each other.

About G-TAC

G-TAC brings together Canadian companies, Regional Governments, Employment Service providers, Educational Institutions, with skilled professionals, from across Canada, and those global professionals soon coming to Canada. Our mission is to help businesses fill their expertise gaps and help professionals find jobs in their field. G-TAC has more than 600 business partners across Canada.

Who can join?

G-TAC is hosting this virtual career expo for two groups of people:

1) All who have registered with G-TAC for employment support

2) Any job seekers who are legal to work in Canada.

Why should you join?

Make direct contact with your target employers!

You will get the chance to browse for jobs listed by our partner companies, apply directly for job openings, chat with the employer representatives and our employment counsellors, and learn more about working in different parts of Canada - ALL IN REAL TIME.

What's in it for you?

1) We can help you directly engage and connect with employers across Canada, and submit your resume to them.

2) Our counsellors will help to direct you to certain booths, employers, and partners based on your background.

3) Our network includes some of the fastest growing companies in Canada and Regional Experts of Canadian cities.


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