Live and work in Canada
Each year, tens of thousands of newcomers from around the world create new economic opportunities for themselves and for Canada by joining the Canadian workforce. Many of them come to Canada permanently (as permanent residents) under Canada’s immigration programs for skilled workers through the Express Entry system, the Provincial Nominee Program administered by provinces and territories of Canada or the new Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program. Whether you are planning a temporary or permanent expatriation to Canada, find all the information and forms you need free of charge on the Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) website at www.cic.gc.ca. This guide will also provide you with a variety of information to help you learn more about the various temporary and permanent immigration programs in Canada. You will learn more about the provinces and territories of Canada as well as the organizations that could facilitate your arrival in the country.
How to prepare yourself
We would like to thank the employment service of the Société Économique de l’Ontario for sharing the tools relating to the creation of the English CV. You will find videos and CV examples. We invite you to consult our tools for preparing for employment in Canada: Chronological CV in English (Resume Sample Chonological. Click here to download the CV) Simple CV in English (Resume Sample Functional. Click here to download the CV) List of Action Verbs for Resumes. Click here to download the list For other employability resources. Visit the following website: https://etablissement.org/ontario/emploi/
Preparation for interviews