Fredericton est la capitale du Nouveau-Brunswick. Située dans l’est de la province, sur les rives de la magnifique rivière Saint-Jean, Fredericton est une plaque tournante du tourisme, du gouvernement et de l’enseignement supérieur, et est connue comme la «capitale des jeunes entreprises du Canada,
Joignez-vous aux spécialistes de Fredericton afin de mieux connaitre ce que cette ville a à offrir aux résidents, aux nouveaux arrivants , aux étudiants internationaux, aux entreprises et aux entrepreneurs à la recherche d’un réseau de soutien de premier ordre. Des ressources et une infrastructure de soutien spécialisée sont à la disposition de ceux qui choisissent de s'installer à Fredericton.
Welcome to Live and Work in Greater Sudbury, Ontario
Join us to learn more about living, working and playing in Greater Sudbury. With its large city amenities along with 330 lakes within its boundaries, Greater Sudbury offers many types of living opportunities both in urban and rural settings. Spend less time commuting and more time exploring nature and outdoor recreation.
Ryan Humeniuk is the Technical Coordinator - Workforce, within the Economic Development Division of the City of Greater Sudbury. Ryan has worked for the City of Greater Sudbury since 2003, coordinating the physician recruitment program for the City since 2007, and more recently, in addition to physician recruitment, has also been working on workforce and talent attraction initiatives.
Alex Ross is involved in various initiatives to support workforce development, talent attraction and retention, and newcomer integration in the city. He works with employers, community organizations, educational institutions, and other stakeholders to promote Greater Sudbury as a destination of choice for skilled workers and professionals.
Getting Ready for Your New Life in Canada
Are you ready to embark on an exciting journey to your new life in Canada? Join Settlement Counsellors from Next Stop Canada and Newcomer Information Center of YMCA GTA for an informative presentation on "Getting Ready for Your New Life in Canada"!
Next Stop Canada is YMCA’s online pre-arrival settlement service funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) that helps those who are immigrating to Canada feel more confident and prepared before they arrive.
The YMCA Newcomer Information Centre (NIC) is a welcoming place for immigrants starting their new lives in Canada. The program is funded by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), and has been serving the community for more than 20 years as the first stop for many newcomers coming to Toronto. Our services ensure that newcomers to Canada receive relevant and up-to-date information to make informed decisions and to achieve their personal settlement goals. We strive to help immigrants adapt and integrate into Canadian society smoothly and successfully.
TechNL is the industry association for technology companies in Newfoundland and Labrador. This presentation will cover who we are, more about the growing tech sector in Newfoundland and Labrador, and some of the benefits of living and working in this beautiful province.
"Putting Your Best Foot Forward in Canadian Tech Job Market"
Meet Cat Seier, With over a decade of leadership and coaching experience, Cat is a dynamic professional that is passionate about motivating others. Certified in Change Management and Adult Education in Workplace Learning, Cat is committed to creating inclusive and impactful environments and is dedicated to mental health advocacy. Her insights, honed through varied experiences, drive her to inspire positive transformations and resilience in individuals and organizations alike.
Unlock success in the Canadian tech job market with our workshop! Learn tips on how to craft standout resumes tailored to the industry's demands and navigate various interview stages, from technical assessments to behavioural evaluations. Discover the art of setting yourself apart by showcasing soft skills, building an impressive portfolio, and embracing continuous learning. Dive into the power of networking and create meaningful connections within the tech community. Join us to gain the competitive edge needed to thrive in Canada's dynamic tech landscape.
The CRA is responsible for administering tax, benefits, and related programs on behalf of the federal government of Canada as well as other governments within Canada. The work we do contributes to the ongoing economic and social well-being of Canadians by ensuring the services and programs for citizens and communities are available and accessible. Did you know we are one of the largest organizations in the Public Service of Canada? We are building a diverse team of professionals who value integrity, respect, and collaboration. Come join us for our presentation and learn about how we are more than just a paycheque.
Welcome to Langley
Nestled in the breathtaking landscapes of British Columbia, Langley combines history, culture, and natural beauty in a captivating blend. Langley is more than just a picturesque destination; it's a place where opportunities abound for newcomers. This presentation highlights the local amenities, educational institutions, and employment prospects that make Langley an attractive choice for individuals and families looking to make Canada their new home. Whether you're planning a visit or contemplating a move, immerse yourself in the heart of Langley, where community warmth meets the splendor of nature, and let your journey begin in this enchanting corner of the world.
Rejoignez Global Talent Alliance Canada pour discuter de leurs offres de services, notamment : le recrutement de talents, le recrutement international en informatique, le conseil en matière de flux de talents mondiaux et le soutien à l'intégration pour les employeurs canadiens.
Fondée en 2021 pour combiner leur expérience et leur connaissance de l'industrie du marché du travail canadien. Leur équipe possède les compétences et le réseau nécessaires pour vous aider à vous développer en tant qu'entreprise ou en tant qu'individu.
Leurs services de recherche d'emploi comprennent la formation professionnelle, les relations avec les employeurs et l'orientation professionnelle. Allez visiter leur stand pour des opportunités d'emploi à Ottawa!
Building Your Success in the Tech Sector of Canada
G-TAC (Global Talent Alliance Canada) s'apprête à livrer une présentation perspicace axée sur « Construisez votre réussite dans le secteur technologique du Canada ». En tant qu'agence de premier plan dédiée à nourrir le bassin de talents du Canada, G-TAC utilise sa plateforme numérique nationale pour connecter de manière proactive les talents mondiaux avec les employeurs canadiens et façonner le paysage des talents du pays. G-TAC est notamment fortement présent dans le secteur technologique, offrant des services complets pour aider les professionnels de la technologie à relancer ou à accélérer leur carrière. Cette présentation promet des informations précieuses pour ceux qui cherchent à prospérer dans l'industrie technologique dynamique du Canada.
Rejoignez-nous pour découvrir comment G-TAC peut vous permettre de naviguer dans le paysage technologique, de saisir les opportunités émergentes et d'atteindre vos objectifs de carrière.
Bridging the Gap to Employment in Ontario
Looking to restart your IT or Supply Chain career in Ontario? Join Humber College to learn how "Bridging Programs" help newcomers bridge the gap to employment in their field
Humber College offers 4 Bridging Programs for internationally-trained professionals:
Bridging Programs are specialized, short-term, training programs that help new immigrants to:
You will also learn more about valuable resources and supports available in the community to help newcomers pursue training/licensing/certification programs to achieve your career goals.
Sheila Cheung, BA RISIA est agente de recrutement d'étudiants chez l’ordre des comptables professionnels agréés de la Colombie-Britannique. Sheila joue un rôle-clé dans le recrutement et conseille professionnels de la main-d'œuvre, les nouveaux arrivants et les étudiants internationaux sur la façon de poursuivre le programme CPA et de conférer le titre comptable professionnel agréé (CPA) en Colombie-Britannique, au Canada. La carrière de Sheila en éducation lui permet d'aligner sa passion pour le recrutement et le conseil et ainsi aider les personnes à imaginer et atteindre leurs objectifs de carrière
CPACB « Certification en comptabilité et emploi au Canada »
Développez vos opportunités d'emploi en comptabilité et devenez comptable professionnel agréé (CPA) au Canada. Obtenez l'emploi, l'avancement professionnel et la stabilité en obtenant la désignation de comptable que les employeurs préfèrent. Écoutez ce seminiare en ligne en direct et apprenez comment transférer votre formation internationale et votre expérience de travail dans les conditions d'admission pour devenir CPA au Canada. Venez nous rendre visite au kiosque du CPACB et obtenez des réponses à vos questions. Nous avons hâte de vous rencontrer!
“The Immigrant Employment Council of BC (IEC-BC)” est une organisation à but non lucratif qui fournit aux employeurs de la Colombie-Britannique les solutions, les outils et les ressources dont ils ont besoin pour attirer, embaucher et la rétention des talents immigrants qualifiés. Nous croyons que l'intégration réussit des nouveaux arrivants qualifiés dont la main-d'œuvre de la Colombie-Britannique est essentielle à la fois à leur réussite et à la performance économique à long terme de la province. Nous travaillons avec les employeurs, le gouvernement et d'autres intervenants partenaires pour nous assurer que les employeurs de la Colombie-Britannique peuvent intégrer efficacement les talents mondiaux.
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 are 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 Heather McGeer, 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.
With over 20 years of experience in post-secondary and non-profit settings, Sashie’s career has focused on workforce development, experiential learning, curriculum design, business development, and project management. Her expertise lies in overseeing the planning, coordination, and implementation of workforce development programs, ensuring their alignment with organizational goals and industry practices. She actively seeks opportunities to engage with diverse stakeholders, including industry leaders, educational institutions, and community organizations. In her role as Director, Workforce Solutions the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC), Sashie works closely with the Associate Vice-President, Skills Excellence, and plays an instrumental role in spearheading the strategic growth of ICTC’s workforce initiatives. She oversees existing programs, leads planning and development efforts, and pursues opportunities for new initiatives, ensuring alignment with labor market demands, skills mapping, and ICTC’s micro-credential strategy. Sashie holds a BSc. and an MA (Anthropology) from the University of Calgary and has a Certified Career Development Professional designation.
Sashie Steenstra, BSc., MA, CCDP (she/her)
Manager, Workforce Development Solutions | Gestionnaire des solutions pour le développement de la main-d'œuvre Sashie Steenstra <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Presenter: Heather McGeer (Research and Policy Analyst)
Heather is a Research and Policy Analyst at the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC). Heather's work at ICTC spans from equitable labour market rebounds following COVID-19, to technological implications for the quality of work, to current initiatives and labour market needs relating to green transportation and sustainable supply chains. Prior to joining ICTC, Heather’s work helped support research in the fields of science, technology, and journalism, as well as supported thought leadership initiatives for more inclusive cities. Heather holds a Master of Professional Communication from Toronto Metropolitan University (formerly Ryerson University) and an Honours Bachelor of Arts in English with a minor in Business from the University of Guelph. Heather enjoys bringing her interdisciplinary background to research focused on the future of work, equity, diversity and inclusion, green initiatives and environmental sustainability, and the digital economy.
Heather McGeer (She/Her)
Research & Policy Analyst | Analyste de la recherche et des politiques Heather McGeer <email@example.com>
At ECO Canada, our role is that of stewards for the Canadian environmental workforce across all industries. We facilitate everything from generating jobs and financing wages to education and labour market studies. Our focus is on every phase of the career pathway for environmental professionals. Our objective is to stimulate and guide eco-friendly, sustainable economic expansion while maintaining environmental best practices as a paramount concern. We confront conventional wisdom by operating beyond the traditional activist mindset.
We collaborate with governmental bodies, policymakers, educational institutions, learners, employers, experts, industry sectors, and global audiences to affirm Canada’s position as a world front-runner in pioneering workforce strategies and job creation. We continue to be the preferred reference for the environmental labour market; our research offers unparalleled data and interpretation on economic and labour patterns that highlight occupational voids within the industry.
Navigating Canada's Immigration Programs
Canada is proactively leveraging its immigration programs to boost its global competitiveness. These programs serve diverse purposes and are administered by various authorities. Some are under federal jurisdiction, while others fall under provincial or territorial governments. Additionally, certain programs are tailored to specific skills or occupations, while others offer unique pathways for foreign students or prioritize the transition of foreign temporary workers. Moreover, Canada has specialized programs catering to entrepreneurs, self-employed individuals, and employer sponsorship initiatives. Given this array of options, the question arises: how do you choose the right path?
David Tuy Dinh, a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC), is here to help you navigate the intricate Canadian immigration system. He will not only guide you through the process but also shed light on recent changes and emerging trends. Moreover, he will provide valuable perspectives and insights that can significantly enhance your chances of success in the selection process. With David's expertise, you can confidently find your way through the Canadian immigration landscape, whether you opt for the traditional route or one of the many express pathways available.
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.
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.
G-TAC is hosting this virtual career expo for two groups of people:
1) All who have registered with In-TAC for employment support
2) Any job seekers who are legal to work in Canada.
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.
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.
STEP 1: Register and upload your resume
STEP 2: Log in to your account
STEP 3: Browse and apply for jobs available
No, you only need to have access to the Internet.
After you log in, check out the “job opening” tab or click on any employer booth to check their job openings. Follow the instructions on the website to submit your applications.