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How to Find Jobs in the Canadian Northwest Territories

Canada  is a huge country: it has  10 provinces and 3 territories.

The three territories of Canada are:

• Nunavut • Yukon • Northwest Territories

Nunavut:

Nunavut, meaning “our land”, is the youngest of the three territories. It was created on April 1, 1999 as a result of the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement.  Nunavut is the largest of the three territories of Canada occupying about one fifth part of land mass of Canada. The two large islands in Canada are Ellesmere Island and Baffin Island. Iqaluit is the capital of Nunavut. The aboriginals called the Inuit consist of the major percentage of this territory’s population. Winters are usually very long and cold in Nunavut. The chief industries in this area are mining, fishing, tourism, packaging of raw meat and fish.

As a significant Inuit homeland, Nunavut prides itself on its deep Inuit roots, cultural traditions and spirit of diversity. Nunavut has a population of approximately 29,400, 85% of which are Inuit, and it spans two million square kilometers extending north and west of Hudson’s Bay and above the tree line to the North Pole. With the highest cost of living in Canada and low rates of high school graduation, Nunavut faces considerable development challenges.

 Yukon: This is the smallest territory in Canada. It is situated in the northwestern corner of the country. Earliest settlement in this area happened with aboriginals migrating from Asia who fished, hunted, and trapped for a living. The economy mainly rests on mining, tourism.

You can read a bit more about Northwest Territories  here

If you’re trying to find a job in The Northwest Territories (NWT; French, les Territoires du Nord-Ouest) , you’ve come to the right place, no matter what type of job in The Northwest Territories  you need. Let’s find open jobs in The Northwest Territories  , sorted by area below.

Keep in mind that when you look for a job abroad,  work visa law can be complex. One of your first steps when looking for a job abroad should be to contact one of  Canadian  embassies near you to find out more about your work visa options. Most foreigners visiting The Northwest Territories  for more than 6 months  would need a residence permit. Others may need a residence and work permit.

Job Searches Across The Northwest Territories 
•   http://www.nnsl.com/jobs/jobs.html  is an Canadian website listing jobs in The Northwest Territories  .
www.monster.ca  Job Portal lets job seekers look for jobs all over The Canadian Northwest  .
• http://www.allnunavutjobs.com/ offers internships, student and summer jobs in The Northwest Territories .

These three websites have job listings from all The Northwest Territories  . If you have a particular area in mind, scroll down to search for jobs by province too.

 

 

Marisol Diaz  is  an experienced workshop presenter, specialized information publisher, and  a SOHO specialist. She also  has been writing on Canada settlement and  immigration law since 2006. contact her @ hinenisyndicator@gmail.com. You can improve your Canada job search through the   Canadian database  for Int’l  Professional or Hineni CED ,  a Paid Content   or Informational Services site run by Hineni Media.

Access more than 400,000+ Canadian province-specific company profiles in industries such as manufacturing, transportation, consumer goods, consulting services, finance and technology.  Available only to premium subscribers.


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Labour Market Information -Canada Employment Connections (II)

Getting Industry Information

The next level of sophistication in conducting research is getting a handle on the competitive nature of the industry (or industries) that your list of Canadian  companies operate within. It is essential to know about the company which is interviewing you and the industry in which it operates. It is within the competitive environment that you might be able to spot trends that are either opportunities or threats for your prospective employers.

 

Step 2: Gathering Federal and Provincial  Information ( Place-of-Living)

 

This step in your research process may be to gather information about specific parts of  Canadian provinces  or territories — to help you decide if you want to relocate to where a prospective employer is located.

For conducting  basic research within Canada,  I  recommend  and basic amazing place  http://www.yourcanada.ca/explore/, where you’ll find a wealth of data, statistics, and comparisons about Canadian cities and provinces. You can also check Canpages

 

3.  Why is important Labor Market Research?

Remember that by studying  a company, you will get a realistic picture of what it might be like to work for this company or in a similiar industry, their LMR, so  you can discover things such as:

•the skills and training you require to work in this industry
•the values this industry reflects
•whether your values match with those of the companies in the industry
•how people get into this line of work
•what people like or dislike about a specific company
•who the key players are in the company
•opportunities, trends and demands for certain occupations
•the changes and challenges the industry is facing.

 

Marisol Diaz  is  an experienced workshop presenter, specialized information publisher, and  a SOHO specialist. She also  has been writing on Canada settlement and  immigration law since 2006. contact her @ hinenisyndicator@gmail.com. You can improve your Canada job search through the   Canadian database  for Int’l  Professional or Hineni CED ,  a Paid Content   or Informational Services site run by Hineni Media.

Access more than 400,000+ Canadian province-specific company profiles in industries such as manufacturing, transportation, consumer goods, consulting services, finance and technology.  Available only to premium subscribers.


Working in Canada as a Foreigner (non-student)

Canadian immigration policy is doing a good job of attracting skilled immigrants to this country but Canada has to do a better job of recognizing the credentials of foreign-born professionals and easing the transition to the Canadian job market.

If you are interested in applying for a work visa in Canada as a non-student immigrant, you will need to find an employer to sponsor you for the length of your employment contract, and must work only a set number of hours based on the type of visa granted to you. Your eligibility will be based on the Employment Based visa requirements as outlined by Canada immigration.  Here the most popular job schemes to obtain not only work permit but permanent residency legally in Canada.

About holiday working Visa:

This visa allows you to work in Canada  and duration of stay depends on the applicant’s country of residence  as a non-immigrant. You are permitted to enter Canada with this visa, but must show proof of a sponsoring organization before you move, be a full student and on be between  18-35.  You are permitted to work, study and travel for the length of your program.

About cultural Exchange Visitor Visa ( Cultural, Academic or Research):

This visa is granted to both students and non-students interested in participating in the Exchange Visitor Program. This allows you to legally work or train in your field during the length of your stay, but you must take a job in the private sector as an alien physician, au pair, camp counselor, secondary school student, teacher, or flight trainee, or work in the academic and government sectors as an international visitor, government visitor, short term scholar, professor or research scholar, specialist, or attend a student college or university. 

Successful applicants will be rewarded with excellent opportunities for growth, exchange and the opportunity to work with professionals in their chosen fields. Once granted, this dynamic visa allows temporary work permit holders to work and live in Canada for designated period of times as specified on their work permit. This visa may assist applicants towards their eligibility for a Skilled Worker visa for permanent residency
 

Canada Entrepreneur visas

The Entrepreneur program is intended for business people that want to start or purchase a business in Canada. Currently the entrepreneur program is offered by some provinces and they have their specific requirements. In general the business person must start or buy a business in Canada, create a number of positions for Canadians and settle in the province where they applied. Initially a work permit is issued and once the requirements are met, the permanent residence of Canada is issued for the whole family.

 Things to consider (Business/entrepreneur visa/program)

* The entrepreneur program has different requirements in each province.
* You must show that your assets have been acquired legally.
* You are required to start the business in the province where your PNP application was approved. After you  become a permanent resident of Canada you have the right to settle anywhere in Canada.
* Some PNP entrepreneur programs restrict the type of business that you can invest in.
* Part of our service is  to connect you with business advisers for acquiring or setting up a new business.
* The business plan is a key factor  in the success of your application.

Canada Investor/business Visa

The Canadian governing administration is requiring a minimal net value of $1.6 million CAD and an investment of $800,000 CAD. The Quebec Program is predicted to be generating exactly the same adjustments to their plan.
The opportunity to finance the $800,000 CAD by a bank financial loan for your Canada Investor Visa Program exists.

For candidates that intend to instantly invest the $800,000 CAD, the government of Canada will return the $800,000 CAD after 5 yrs without any interest. For candidates within the Plan that hope to utilise the commercial bank financing, they’re going to not have any money back.

All resources to qualify for the Program will need to be able to be demonstrated that they had been acquired legally. The other requirements like managerial practical knowledge for your Canada Investor Visa Application or no demand for language knowledge continue to be identical.

About the Intra-Company Transfer Visa:

The Intra-Company Transfer Visa allows companies to transfer certain employees from certain departments overseas to Canada. This type of visa is granted only to managers and executives, or specialized knowledge staff members, and the individual is only allowed to work in Canadan for a certain time frame.

In order to qualify for a work permit as an intra-company transferee, a business enterprise “is or will be doing business” in both Canada and the foreign country.

An applicant seeking a work permit to open a new office on behalf of the foreign enterprise may also qualify, having established that the enterprise in Canada is expected to support a managerial, executive or specialized knowledge worker

An applicant may apply for the work permit in advance at any Canadian Visa Office. Alternatively, the foreign worker may apply for the permit at a Canadian Port of Entry. Also, if the foreign worker is in Canada as a Visitor, a work permit application can be filed within Canada.
 

About the TN1 Visa:

The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has created a special TN nonimmigrant visa category that permits Mexican and Americans acting professional citizens to be granted admission into Canada to engage in “business activities at a professional level.”

The TN1 Visa is granted to Mexican or US citizens who are given preferential treatment for entry into Canada through the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The TN1 Visa is granted for one year but can be renewed indefinitely. It is usually granted immediately at the American border, and is one of the most efficient ways for a Mexican or US to enter Canada with the ability to work (as long as they are working for a specific employer).
Here are some important resources to review when you are considering applying for a Canada work visa, or are seeking Canadian work opportunities:

HRDC job offer approval, known as labor market opinion and work permit visa

http://www.hrsdc.gc.ca/eng/workplaceskills/foreign_workers/temp_assessment.shtml

Hineni Media www.hinenimedia.memberlodge.org  – information about finding sponsors and applying for a Canadian work visa

Canada immigration
www.cic.gc.ca/

 

 

Marisol Diaz  is  an experienced workshop presenter, specialized information publisher, and  a SOHO specialist. She also  has been writing on Canada settlement and  immigration law since 2006. contact her @ hinenisyndicator@gmail.com. You can improve your Canada job search through the Canadian database  for Int’l Employers  or  the Canadian Employer Directory  ,  a Paid Content   or Informational Services site run by Hineni Media.

The Canadian database  for Int’l  Employers or Sponsorships Canadian Companies directories 

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How to speed your Canada’s Immigration Application

As the country settles soon into a new year (2010), Canadian officials have set their sights on speeding up the immigration process, increasing the number of accepted applicants and strengthening  foreign credential recognition.

There are currently more than 900,000 immigration applications under review and, regardless of their category, the process can sometimes take more than five years,  so the best thing you can do to speed-up your immigration processing currently is this: get a temporary work  visa.   A temporary work visa for Canada (and especially for those occupations under pressure in Alberta and British Columbia .

My experience filling out documents lately has been that applications from foreigners with Canadian work visas are being processed at extraordinary speed. One client of mine received permanent residence within 10 months of applying — that is nearly a record!

So if you qualify for permanent residence, you may have the skills needed to qualify for a temporary work visa — it is well worth your effort to do so, as these applications seem to be getting fast-tracked.

Earning the right to live and work in Canada requires knowledge and technical expertise at many levels. You need to possess the required skills, and you will need guidance through the entire process once you are selected as suitable and required by an Canadian Employer. You must be able to speak English fluently.

Hineni Media database  has  been launched in order to offer a good value way of data matching skilled workers outside Canada, with Canadian employers. Many Canadian employers find the cost of international recruitment prohibitively expensive and full of red tape. Using Hineni Media database, you can contact the company directly and  they have the ability to see your CV / Resume online at their leisure, and at a low cost.

Hineni Database is also a resource linking you to some 1,000 organizations that offer internships in 14 sectors ranging from human rights and social service to sports and media. It contains internships from Canadian companies large and small, local and international, and exposes students to opportunities they wouldn’t find anywhere else.  This is a subscription service available at   http://www.hinenimedia.memberlodge.org

Want to work in Canada ? Learn all you need to move here!

Want to work in Canada ? Learn all you need to move here

Canada Living:

Canada is a vast country which is often over shadowed by the neighbouring United States of America but Canada is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Unknown to many, Canada is actually the second largest country in the world by land mass, and is one of the top 10 economies (by size) in the world. Hence there is plenty of room for a growing population number to live in Canada . 

 Canada has 10 provinces, 3 territories, five regional areas, 25 cities, 31 million people. What does this mean? Canada is large! As you make the transition to living in Canada you can look forward to learning and exploring all that Canada has to offer. 

In what some may find surprising, the country was original inhabited by the aboriginal tribes commonly associated with Australia, although the country has very strong links with the UK and France, hence English and French are stated as the two main languages of the country. 

Canada is well known for the mounted police force, the “mounties”, and offers some of the most beautiful and relatively untouched natural scenery seen anywhere in the world.  Often thought of as a “poor cousin” of the USA, Canada has a lot to offer, and is one of the most progressive nations of the world.

The climate of Canada varies from Arctic in the north to temperate on the south. The two ends of Canada experience two different types of climate, which are opposite to each other. It is said that in winters Canadians feel thankful that they have their jackets and in summer they feel the same for they have the refuge of their air-conditioned homes.

If this is what you want to know, here are some important facts:

•Canada enjoys a high standard of living.
•Canada welcomes businesses and investment.
•Canadians have one of the highest life expectancies in the world.
•Canadians benefit from a good education system and universal health care.
•Canada is peaceful and safe, and one of the most beautiful countries in the world.
•Canada aims to accept almost 250,000 immigrants each year.

If you’re looking around the Greater Toronto Area, have a look at Richmond Hill, Etobicoke, Oakville or Newmarket . If you’re looking to get into a booming neighborhood, try Georgetown or Orangeville.  These two places are doing really well in the real estate market – you’ll get a nice big home over there.

Also Guelph or Beamsville are great places in Ontario; Vancouver is very beautiful, heaven on earth ! but expensive. Don’t overlook Halifax (a cheaper and smaller coastal alternative to Vancouver), which is also very nice, Saskatoon in the prairies is a really great artsy town. Edmonton if you like giant shopping malls. Calgary if you love to ski.

More facts about Canada :-

Capital : Ottawa

Official Language : English, French

Government : Parliamentary Democracy and Federal Constitution, with a Governor General and Prime Minister

Size : 9,984,670 km2

Population : 32.8 million

Currency : Canadian Dollar

International Dialling Code : +1

Economy : 9th largest in the world

Religion : Catholic

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How to get a Job in Canada

How to get a Job in Canada

Applying for a job in Canada may be very different than in your home country. There are certain “rules and regulations” to follow in terms of what information to include on your Curriculum Vita (CV). or resume as well as cover letter. For example, depending on the position, applicants may be expected to submit a one page resume, as opposed to a CV. Your resume and CV should not specify salary requirements, marital status, age of children and their names, your height / weight, and reasons for leaving previous jobs.

Jobs are available in a number of different avenues such as newspapers, internet, employment centers, through headhunters, job banks, networking, and job fairs. The process of obtaining a job in Canada is never easy, and it often involves much preparation and hard work. Job applicants are encouraged to take a thorough inventory of their strengths and weaknesses. Do you know what your potential is?

A proven strategy to help to prepare for job opportunities is to engage in self-analysis and determine what you can contribute to an organization as well as areas which you can improve on. Once you know what you can offer to an organization, it is time to write a cover letter and CV  or resume. When you are called for interviews, you need to know how to present yourself and what questions to expect. Many jobs are lost because individuals are not prepared for the job interview.

The “How to Get a Job in Canada” guide provides important information on how to successfully obtain a job in Canada. It includes integral information such as how to inventory your strengths, search for a job, write a cover letter and resume, and prepare for the interview.

How to Get a Job in Canada” information guide contains:

•Knowing yourself
•Winning the job
•How to find a job
•Making connections
•Writing a resume
•Sample resumes
•Search for a job online
•Writing a cover letter
•Sample cover letters
•Using the Internet for your job search
•Finding employment agencies
•Knowing the company
•Preparing for a job interview
•Telephone interviews
•Sharing experiences
•Computer-assisted tests and interviews
•Accepting the job offer
•List of Canadian Embassies and Consulates Worldwide

Important: This information manual does not contain visa information. We recommend that you order one of the immigration manuals listed in ttp://www.hinenimedia.memberlodge.org for detailed Canada citizenship, PR Cards, self help documents and Canada visa information.

Succed finding work in Canada!

It’s brutal out there. But the people getting hired aren’t necessarily the most connected – they’re the most creative.

Here are some basic tips to help you with your job search:

1. Evaluate your skills and the local job market.
List your talents, skills, and interests, and then list jobs that you would enjoy.

2.  Try to prepare a professional résumé or CV.
Your résumé is your most important tool for marketing your skills and accomplishments to a prospective employer.

3. Make sure you have a valid and legal social insurance card.
    No employer will hire you or make job offer without a social insurance card or work validation.

4. Spread the word to family and friends.
Tell your family and friends that you are looking for a job. Be specific about the kind of job you want. .

5.  Call companies and organizations you would like to work for and ask for an information meeting.

6. Attend or go to a job event.

7.  Fast Track your immigration with a Canadian Co-op work permit

Studying in Canada and attendance at a reputable Canadian education institution can provide a fast track to immigration.  Processing time under a program of study in Canada is short and visa issuance and be considered under the favoured Regional Migration.

Additional points of assessment are awarded for an application for permanent residence and it can be made to a visa office in North America where overall processing delays are generally very reasonable. Also time spent under a program of study in Canada will count towards the qualification period to acquire Canadian citizenship. Each year of study in Canada will be credited by six months towards the three residency period needed to qualify for Canadian citizenship through naturalization.

An applicant can secure a study visa and once issued the applicant can then submit an application for permanent residence under any suitable category. We provide service assistance to prospective applicants wishing to seek admission to a reputable Canadian educational institution.

Benefits to student (conditions apply):Off Campus Employment

 The student can apply for an off-campus work permit if on a full-time degree program and has completed six months of full-time studies out of the past 12 months. The Work Permit authorizes up to 20 hours per week during regular academic sessions, and full time during scheduled breaks (e.g., winter or summer holidays and reading week).

Spousal Employment

Your spouse/partner is eligible to obtain a valid Work Permit to work in Canada. No job offer letter from an employer or job validation is not required.

Post-Graduate Employment

The Post-Graduate Work Permit allows graduating students to work in Canada for up to 3 years after graduation (conditions apply).

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