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How Windmill loans can help immigrants to Canada upgrade their skills

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As a new immigrant to Canada, you might feel the need to upgrade your skills to secure employment or advance in your career here. Financial stability or access to funds is essential to be able to pursue a Canadian credential, professional development, or acquire the licenses required for your regulated profession, whatever the case might […]

Informational interview: What is it and how to land one as a newcomer to Canada

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Moving to a new country is a whole new ball game, especially when it comes to the job search process. While there are jobs galore, the ultimate challenge is to land one, and that can sometimes seem like an impossible hill to climb for any newcomer. The informational interview is a new immigrant’s best tool […]

The Kimberlee effect: A jack of all trades paying it forward in the community

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By Tosin Ajogbeje Many people decide to begin a new life in a new country. But how many are willing to experience an entirely different culture and take a leap of faith? Kimberlee Shelley is not only a household name in Canada. The HR professional, community activist, author, and online TV personality is a goal […]

Nova Scotia PNP opens up for skilled foreign workers in the hospitality sector

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There’s great news in store for people who want to immigrate to Canada. Nova Scotia, one of the country’s Atlantic provinces, has expanded its list of in-demand occupations for immigration under the Nova Scotia PNP (Provincial Nominee Program). Now, food counter attendants, kitchen helpers, related support occupations (NOC 671), food and beverage servers (NOC 6513), […]

As a newcomer professional, have you tried mentorship in Canada?

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One of the first things you’ll discover as an immigrant in Canada is the willingness of people to help. In your initial weeks, months, or years, you might need guidance as you start exploring life and work in Canada. A mentor – an established individual, whether an immigrant or Canadian-born – can be of great […]

Stuck in the Express Entry pool for Canada immigration? Here’s what you can do

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By Sarabpreet Kaur The Express Entry (EE) system of immigrating to Canada has been an excellent route for skilled workers from across the globe. Its Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) allows qualified professionals from around the world to apply for permanent residency in Canada. However, like so many other things that the COVID-19 pandemic adversely […]

Introverts – 3 Key Elements to Build a Meaningful Professional Life

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Have you ever wondered why having a profession doesn’t translate into building a meaningful professional life? This video is about: The essential ingredient for building a meaningful professional path (even if you’re not clear about your professional goals) Why having a profession is not enough (hint: the missing element has nothing to do with how […]

Introvert vs Extrovert Strengths: Know Yourself – A Self Confidence Tool

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Many people don’t know if they’re introverts or extroverts. And those who know might not be familiar with the innate introverts characteristics, which Introverts Academy considers strengths. Watch this video to find out why. From the outside, a non-shy introvert might be perceived as an extrovert. There are many leaders and famous people who are […]

Canadian interview prep tips that new immigrants must not ignore

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If you have a job interview coming up, there’s no doubt that you would prepare for it. But as a newcomer or to-be immigrant to Canada, how would you know if you’re missing a key piece in your Canadian interview prep? We’ve put together pro tips from industry experts with a coaching or HR background […]

Immigrant take: Komal on how networking, volunteering helped her find a job in Canada

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Komal Parekh learned about the importance of networking and volunteering when she attended Planning for Canada‘s pre-arrival sessions. After moving to Canada, she applied all of her learnings in her job search and it paid off. “I volunteered at CCIS. I also networked with several people through a Facebook group that I created to teach […]
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