QuintessentialCareers.com offers check lists, do’s and don’ts, templates and formulas, samples, and advice on how to make a cover letter stand out from the crowd.
CanadaIT.com provides the latest news releases and a database of over 5,500 information technology (IT) companies.
Canada's Top 100 Employers is an annual competition that aims to identify the companies that lead their industries in attracting and retaining employees. This site profiles the companies and organizations that lead the nation in offering exceptional working conditions and benefits.
Search a database of over 60 000 Canadian businesses or browse through more than 50 industry specific directories.
Learn how to be safe on the job and what your rights are. From the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety.
Learn about Bridge programs designed to help newcomers become ready to work in Ontario. This website from the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Immigration also provides information about gaining experience and becoming licensed.
Find out if your trade or profession is a regulated occupation in Canada and learn what steps are required to become licensed. From the Forum of Labour Market Ministers.
An on-line searchable résumé database for employers to find qualified, internationally trained professionals. Candidates must be pre-screened by WIL Employment Connections to be included in the database.
A site for internationally trained professionals that provides information on licensing, employment options and opportunities as well as English language terminology used in these professions.
Service Canada explains the Work Permits program for foreign workers seeking temporary employment and provides information about Employment Insurance benefits, the Job Bank, and various other employment services and programs available in Canada.