Canada needs more workers

The digitalization of business & society and technological advancement in recent years in Canada plays a very important role and also produces new demands for workers with necessary skills. Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz says, “Immigration can help provide an important off-set,” as can “untapped sources of labour within our existing population.” Immigration is critical to keeping inflation […]

Canada invites 2,750 candidates to apply in new Express Entry draw

The Government of Canada has invited 2,750 candidates in the federal Express Entry pool to apply for Canadian permanent residence in a draw that took place Dec. 6. The cut-off Comprehensive Ranking System score for this draw was 452. The draw once again made use of the tie-break procedure that Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) introduced […]

Canada job growth continues, 19,400 jobs added last March 2017

Canada job growth continues, 19,400 jobs added last March 2017. The jobs report seen strong with increases largely in full-time work and both manufacturing and construction adding employment. Statistics Canada said 18,400 full-time jobs and 1,000 part-time jobs were added. Over the year, employment has increased by 276,000, or 1.5 per cent, with full-time work […]

Nearly 110,000 jobs will open up in 52 transportation and construction occupations across Canada’s British Columbia by 2025

British Columbia, the westernmost province of Canada requires a large number of skilled professionals during the next decade to uphold the requirements to be generated a cause of the Asia-Pacific Gateway and Corridor Initiative. According to the study, nearly 110,000 jobs will open up in 52 transportation and construction occupations across the province by 2025, […]

B.C. cities dominate Canada’s hottest job markets

Do you want to be part of Canada’s hottest job markets? Well, it would help if you live in British Columbia. According to an annual survey conducted by Express Employment Professionals, three of the country’s five hottest job cities are on the west coast. Citing B.C.’s 5.6 per cent unemployment rate – the lowest mark […]