Full-time work in Ontario drove Canadian employment gains in February

Full-time work in Ontario drove Canadian employment gains in February

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Statistics Canada reports ‘notable’ increase in Professional, Scientific and Technical Services employment Employment in Canada was up by nearly 56,000 in February thanks largely to gains in full-time work in Ontario. Statistics Canada’s monthly Labour Force Survey for February showed Ontario posted a net employment gain of 37,000 for the month. An increase of 59,000 […]

Employers in New Brunswick hiring foreign workers to fill labour needs

Employers in Moncton, New Brunswick, turning to foreign workers to fill labour needs

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City-organized job fair for immigrants will be held January 25 The need for skilled labour is the biggest challenge facing employers in Moncton, New Brunswick, a new survey suggests, and increasing the number of foreign workers is seen as key to solving the problem.   The survey by the Chamber of Commerce of Greater Moncton (CCGM) […]

CETA: Intra-Company Transferees

Increase in Job vacancies for Canadian provinces in 3rd quarter of 2018

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Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia reported the largest year-over-year increases Job vacancies increased in every Canadian province in the third quarter of 2018, according to a new report by Statistics Canada. Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia reported the largest year-over-year increases during the three-month period spanning July 1 to September 30, 2018. Statistics Canada said […]

Manitoba issues 592 invitations

Immigration a key element of Manitoba’s 2018-2024 labour market forecast

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A total of 168,700 job openings are forecasted for this period Immigrants are expected to play an important role in Manitoba’s labour market in the coming years, according to the provincial government’s new seven-year labour market outlook.   A total of 168,700 job openings are forecasted for the period spanning 2018 to 2024, which works out […]

Record number of small Canadian businesses reporting skilled labour shortage

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Canadian Federation of Independent Business says greatest shortages reported in B.C., Quebec and Ontario A record 47 per cent of small Canadian businesses report that they are experiencing a shortage of skilled labour, a monthly survey conducted by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business has found. The findings in the Canadian Federation of Independent Business […]

NAFTA work visa provisions in place

New U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement leaves NAFTA work visa provisions in place

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Both sides wanted changes, but settled for the status quo Canada’s renegotiated trade deal with the United States and Mexico will leave the rules for professional work visas as they were under the North American Free Trade Agreement, or NAFTA.  The new trade agreement, known as the United States Mexico Canada Agreement, or USMCA, was […]

list of employers designated under AIPP

Newfoundland and Labrador publishes list of employers designated under Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program

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Provincial government is encouraging foreign nationals to contact listed employers The list of Newfoundland and Labrador employers taking part in the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program has been made public, and the provincial government is encouraging foreign nationals to get in touch with them. The list contains 172 employers that have been designated by the Government […]

6322 – Cooks Required for Canada. Apply Today!

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Cooks prepare and cook a wide variety of foods. They are employed in restaurants, hotels, hospitals and other health care institutions, central food commissaries, educational institutions and other establishments. Cooks are also employed aboard ships and at construction and logging campsites. Apprentice cooks are included in this unit group.   Illustrative example apprentice cook dietary […]

Alberta LMIA

Alberta reduces the number of occupations in its Refusal to Process LMIA List

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The Government of Alberta has decreased the number of occupations considered ineligible for the Temporary Foreign Worker Program to 24 occupations. The Refusal to Process list is established and maintained by the Alberta Labour and Employment and Social Development Canada to ensure that employers seek potential workers locally before seeking workers outside Canada. Canada established […]