For internationally educated nurses, finding work in Canada doesn’t always go as planned. That’s where CARE Centre comes in – connecting nurses to the Canadian foundation they need to start working here. In this video you’ll find out about what CARE can offer and also hear from nurses who have found support in the past.

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Canada InfoNet is an online mentoring program that connects soon-to-be immigrants with Canadian mentors. With both participants having experience in the same profession, the relationship opens up a wealth of knowledge to the mentee before they even come to the country. They can ask questions and get advice from their mentor, and the connection can […]

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For new skilled immigrants in the Greater Toronto Area, Humber College offers four bridging programs that introduce newcomers to the Canadian workplace. By the end of the programs, students have learned how to take their professional experience and apply it to jobs in Canada. Hear from graduates of the programs in this video and see […]

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Majid Kazmi joins us for a closer look at his book, The First Dancer. The book offers a different way of approaching life’s challenges, a mindset that pushes you to make the best of what you have. Kazmi also shares his opinion on how best to stand out in the crowd – a very important […]

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For Sukhjit Singh, immigrating to Canada was an eventful journey. His inspiring path took him towards volunteering and into many personal ups and downs before his eventual success. His book, Same Shoes, Different Doors, is a memoir of these twists and turns – ones that he hopes will bring encouragement to readers. Find out a […]

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What are informational interviews or meetings? How can you use them to advance your career? Informational interviews can serve as great inspiration for finding new work opportunities and making yourself stand out from other competition in the job market. Career Coach Brian Epstein gives all the basics on what exactly an informational meeting is and […]

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TRIEC Mentoring Partnership is a program that links skilled immigrants to mentors who are experienced in their occupational field. Learning from a mentor gives new immigrants a better chance of finding employment in Canada, since they can learn the nuances of the Canadian workplace culture and gain networking contacts right out of the gate. In […]

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The second annual Immigrant Business Expo (IBE) in Toronto brings entrepreneurial resources and inspiration to immigrants in the GTA. Initiated by Gerard Keledjian, Executive Producer of New Canadians, IBE collects local community organizations along with workshops and one on one small business clinics to provide a starting point for immigrants looking to start their own […]

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This ACCES Employment event takes a new twist on the traditional style of mentoring. Speed mentoring is a fast-paced approach to learning from other professionals – where new immigrant participants chat for a set amount of time with people with more Canadian experience in their own career field. The result of this is an event […]

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One challenge some newcomers face is adjusting to the work culture in Canada. It can be very different from other countries – and very important to keeping a job. As employment specialist Joanna Samuels says in this interview, “you can get hired for your technical skills, fired for your soft skills.” She shares her tips […]

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