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During one’s job search process, every newcomer is faced with a number of questions and challenges. We understand where this comes from and there are ways to get around such hurdles. From mastering the art of networking to preparing for interviews, this section makes for a handy resource to help you find the job you want to secure.

Adapting to the Canadian workplace culture

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Immigrants bring valuable knowledge and skills to the Canadian economy; however, in spite of their high qualifications and hard work many of them face challenges in starting and advancing careers in their new country. Most of these challenges occur because newcomers are often unaware of the differences between the work environment in their home countries […]

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Long term care homes in Ontario call for internationally trained health professionals

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Amid the COVID-19-induced healthcare crisis, an online platform has created a win-win situation – internationally trained professionals get valuable work experience, and long term care homes in Ontario fill their staff shortage. By Shruti Dargan The COVID-19 pandemic has created a healthcare crisis across the globe. At a time like this, when people are facing […]

Manage your time during a job search

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Creating an action plan and tracking the actions is crucial when searching for a job. In conversation with New Canadians reporter Vasudha Sharma, personal skills coach and trainer Roxana Radulescu shares tips on how newcomers to Canada, who are looking to give their careers a fresh start, can manage their time and tasks efficiently.  Roxana emphasizes […]

How to set up a successful informational interview – Career Coach Brian Epstein

Leveraging your work experience: Interview with career coach Daisy Wright

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Employers asking for ‘country specific’ job experience is a slightly unfair demand. Years of working get discounted just because of a move to another country. In an interview with New Canadians, author Daisy Wright talks about her book ‘No Canadian Experience, Eh?’ and how it is up to the individual to bring their experience to […]

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How Mary Grace, a newcomer to Canada, found meaningful employment in the hospitality sector

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A newcomer to Canada from the Philippines, Mary Grace is happily employed at a hotel in Dawson City, Yukon. She enjoys working in the hospitality sector and owes a lot of her learning to The Destination Employment program that she graduated from. In this video, she shares her experience. The Destination Employment program helps newcomers gain employment […]

This newcomer found his calling in the hospitality sector in Canada

Making a memorable networking impression: Interview with communication coach Gloria Pierre

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Networking is a crucial skill for immigrants to Canada to develop. In this interview with Gloria Pierre, founder and president of Clearly Speaking, she explains how to make memorable impressions and how to follow up on networking encounters effectively. Transcript:  Nafiz Imtiaz: Hello, everyone. This is Nafiz Imtiaz. I’m here with Gloria Pierre, the President […]

A PASS for nurses: A pre-arrival guide to the Canadian labour market

Entrepreneurial mindset – A key for selling your skills

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As a newcomer to Canada, you must have already heard several times about how important it is to network with people from within your industry. You should approach them with an entrepreneurial mindset and let them know about the services and skills that you can offer. In doing so, sometimes you’ll make progress and sometimes, […]

Canada helping internationally trained newcomers get their credentials recognized

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