Canada has a well-deserved reputation for niceness. Even their immigration system is nice and fairly simple to navigate.
If you are interested in moving to Canada, we’ll offer some valuable tips on finding work and navigating the different types of work permits.
Everything takes time, so start your search now and make sure you follow the application guidelines.
We hope the suggestions on number one and the websites in number three help you find a job quickly. And for post-secondary students, number five may be a huge help!
1. Discover Canada
Canada has thirteen provinces and territories, each with its own personality and opportunities. Whether you want to live in a world-class city or prefer wild lands where polar bears are your closest neighbors, you’ll find it in Canada.
Each province and territory has its own needs, and living and working within one of those regions can fast-track your immigration application.
Canadian employers generally must file a Labour Market Impact Assessment (LMIA) before hiring a foreign worker. Once your prospective employer has a LMIA, you file for a work permit.