Work

Finding work is not only necessary to afford basic necessities like food, clothing, and housing, but it’s also a good way to become immersed into your new society. We’re here to guide you through this exciting process.

Work Resources

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Working in Canada
Newcomers struggling to find a job or being treated unfairly at work must know their rights and reach out to organizations that can help.
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Job Readiness
Continuous professional development on a resume can show employers you’re a willing learner and that you are a self-starter.
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Working in Canada
Young workers have the same rights as other employees in Ontario, but there are different minimum wage rules that apply to students.
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More Resources
The Canadian Emergency Student Benefit is a fund that students can apply for if they can’t find work because of COVID-19.
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Job Readiness
To find work, don't leave any stone unturned: use government resources, search online and offline, and network!
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Job Readiness
Networking is a way to make professional connections that will ultimately help you secure a job.