Canada InfoNet partnered with MAGNET (Toronto Metropolitan University) for a webinar about putting your best foot forward when applying and interviewing for a job. Get a better understanding of best…
Canada InfoNet collaborated with the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education (OISE) at the University of Toronto for this webinar. Topica include: Career paths in education New trends in the…
Sandeep Dani has associated with Canada InfoNet for over 4 years as a mentor. Being an immigrant himself, he is committed to helping the immigrant community settle and integrate within Canada. Sandeep is a risk management executive with 15+ years of experience and has been part of global insurance and consulting firms. He is also on the Board of iPartnerIndia, Canada a Canadian charity focusing on women empowerment and education of vulnerable children. In this interview, Sandeep talks about mentorship as an opportunity to share his experience and give back to the community.
Why did you decide to become a mentor with Canada InfoNet?
Although Canada is a big country most immigrants settle in the country’s biggest cities – Greater Toronto and Metro Vancouver areas. This has a big impact on the cost of living and the labour market which means settling in these cities comes at a significant cost.
It is important for new immigrants to understand that smaller cities in Canada have lower unemployment rates and can offer great job opportunities.
Although Canada is a big country most immigrants settle in the country’s biggest cities – Greater Toronto and Metro Vancouver areas. This has a big impact on cost of living and labour market which means settling in these cities comes at a significant cost.
It is important for new immigrants to understand that smaller cities in Canada have lower unemployment rates and can offer great job opportunities. Ageing population and other economic factors have created a great need for immigrant talent in these communities.
In this webinar, we bring you representatives from two such cities – London and Ottawa in Ontario. They will provide information on labour market and cost of living which are things new immigrants should definitely take into account when deciding in which community to build their lives.
Starting life in a new country can be challenging, but it can also be an opportunity to reinvent oneself. In this webinar, we talk to two inspiring individuals who immigrated to Canada and used the opportunity to look at life differently and start fresh. Both have their own successful podcasts, social media following and use their platform to make connections and inspire others who are on a similar path.
Emotional well-being during immigration, settlement & job seeking in Canada Moving to a new country, adjusting to a new culture, and adapting to new employment realities are difficult transitions that…
A Canada InfoNet Success Story The current pandemic situation has changed everyone’s lives and we know that for those immigrating to Canada at this time it might seem even harder…
Despite having sent out hundreds of resumes you still haven’t received a response. You know connections are important to land a job, however if you are new to Canada, you…
The lack of Canadian experience is one of the most common obstacles for newcomers as they pursue meaningful work in their new country. Many report that they continue to face this challenge even after two or more years of living in Canada. But, what does “lack of Canadian work experience” actually mean?
In this webinar:
Our panel of industry experts advise participants on job search strategies and discuss keys questions such as:
- Do Canadian employers hire job seekers who are the right fit for the role regardless of the fact that they are newcomers?
- Can survival jobs count as Canadian work experience?
- Where does the law stand when it comes to employers asking about Canadian work experience?
- How can internationally trained professionals demonstrate to Canadian employers that they have what it takes to fit in Canadian workplaces?