Employment and Business

Service Canada Centres and settlement agencies provide information and services for people looking for work at no cost. They may also offer various employment search and career exploration assistance.

Visit the following websites for information and resources:

Service Canada www.servicecanada.gc.ca
Job Bank www.jobbank.gc.ca
Services for Newcomers www.cic.gc.ca/new

Key sources of information on working in Canada:

There are many useful starting points for information and support when you begin your search for a job in Canada.

  • Job Bank (www.jobbank.gc.ca) is the Government of Canada’s source for jobs and labour market information. On the site, you can explore free occupational and career information such as job opportunities, educational requirements, job descriptions and duties, wage and salary information, current employment trends, and outlooks. The information provided can help you search for work, make career decisions, and much more.
  • Service Canada (www.servicecanada.gc.ca) provides you access to the programs, services, and benefits from the Government of Canada and its many partners – online, by phone, and in person. Services that you can access via Service Canada include Social Insurance Number (SIN), passports, employment insurance, Canada Pension Plan, and more.
  • Immigrant-serving organizations can guide you in all aspects of searching for employment in Canada and help you with any step in the process. You can find addresses and contact information for immigrant-serving organizations across Canada at www.cic.gc.ca/english/newcomers/map/services.asp.

Foreign credential recognition:

Foreign qualifications may need to be assessed in order for you to work in regulated professions. You may have to write an examination or work as a trainee to qualify. For more information: 

Credentials Assessment

www.cic.gc.ca/english/newcomers/credentials

The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials

www.cicic.ca

Find out more about how to get your credentials assessed.

Start you own business

You can learn more about starting a business or make an investment in Canada by contacting an immigrant-serving organization near you or by visiting the following websites:

Find out about immigration programs for investors, entrepreneurs and self-employed persons.

You may need financial assistance to start a business. Through the Canada Small Business Financing Program, the federal government makes it easier for small businesses to get loans from financial institutions. For more information, visit www.ic.gc.ca or call 1-866-959-1699.


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P.O. Box 32373, YVR Domestic Terminal R.P.O.
(3880 Grant McConachie Way)
Richmond V7B 1W2 Canada
Phone: 604-270-0077
Fax: 604-279-0091

Hours of operation:

Office: 9:00 am - 4:30 pm, Monday - Friday, except statutory holiday
Kiosk: 8:00 am - 8:00 pm, Monday - Sunday, except statutory holiday

*Closing time may vary and is based on arrival trends

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