CEC – Immigration

Title

URL

Description

The Ontario Associaltion of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists

http://www.oacett.org/

OACETT is a non-profit, self-governing, professional association of approximately 20,000 members and a 42-year history of certification in Ontario. OACETT promotes the interests of engineering and applied science technicians and technologists in industry, educational institutions, the public and government.

Immigration services

http://www.nursing.utoronto.ca/immigrationguide

This website provides information about immigration.

Investing Guide for Newcomers to Ontario

http://www.settlement.org/invest

A series of 5 guides to help newcomers to Ontario better understand the investment environment and what it means to invest money in Canada.

TTC Map

http://crazedmonkey.com/toronto-transit-map/

The TTC/Go Transit/VIVA map superimposed over google maps

Language Translation

http://www.freetranslation.com/

This is a free multiple language translation site.

Different Cultures around the world

http://www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/cfsi-icse/cil-cai/inter-source/list-en.asp

The is the website of the Department of Foreigh Affairs and International Trades of Canada. It provides information on different cultures around the world.

Employee Assistance Program

http://www.warrenshepell.com/employeefaq.asp

Employee Assistance Program

Survey Tool

http://www.surveymonkey.com/home.asp

This website provide a tool for doing survey.

Service cananda

http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/

This website was designed to improve the delivery of government programs and services to Canadians, by making access to them faster, easier, and more convenient.

 

 

 

CAREERS

 

Title

URL

Description

WorkinfoNet

http://www.workinfonet.ca

WorkinfoNet is a national partnership of career planning, learning and employment information in each prinvince and territory.

Occupational Profile

http://alis.gov.ab.ca/

This occupational profile directory produced by Alberta Learning Informaion Service lists a wide range of information including duties, educational requirements, salaries and working conditions, employment turnover and employment growth.

Salary Search

http://www.salaryexpert.com/

This search engine provides information on salary ranges in various occupations in different areas of North America.

Working in Canada Tool

http://workingincanada.gc.ca/search_occupation.do

This powerful search engine allows you to find the description of any occupation in Canda. Each description includes duties, qualifications, related skills and interests, work settings and more.

Red Seal Program – HRDC

http://www.red-seal.ca

This website will enable you to learn more about apprenticeship, trades, the Red Seal and certification. You will also find a comparative chart of apprenticeship training programs across Canada (the Ellis Chart), a list of Red Seal trades, as well as occupational analyses.

The website also provides the addresses of provincial and territorial apprenticeship branch offices, as well as an order form that will enable you to get copies of publications issued in support of the program.

National Occupational Classification (NOC)

http://www5.hrsdc.gc.ca/NOC/English/NOC/2006/Welcome.aspx

The National Occupational Classification (NOC) is the authoritative resource and nationally accepted reference on occupational information in Canada

 

 

 

EMPLOYMENT

 

Title

URL

Description

YES – Youth Employment Service

http://www.yes.on.ca/asp/index_wf.asp

YES – Youth Employment Service is a Toronto based job centre focusing on youth.

Hays – specialist recruitment and HR services, private

http://www.hays.ca/

Hays is a global leader in specialist recruitment and HR services. This website provides information on opportunities, salary surveys, links to sectoral associations etc.

Employment News

http://www.employmentnews.com/

Employment News is published to provide job seekers with up-to-date, detailed information about local and regional job opportunities. It is available free of charge in thousands of locations across Ontario, including big yellow newspaper boxes, convenience stores, Shoppers’ Drug Mart, Coffee Time Donuts, Canada employment centres, universities, colleges, training schools and on the TTC and GO Transit systems.

Toronto Training Board Newsletter

http://www.ttb.on.ca

The TTB-L Email Bulletin is an electronic newsletter providing updates on TTB activities and links to training and labour market information in the City of Toronto.

Ontario Network for Internationally Trained Professionals Online

http://www.onip.ca

The site will help internationally trained professionals find employment and build a career in their professional fields. It provides information on licensing and on employment options which exist in their fields. There is also help in learning the English language terminology used in the professions, and opportunities to network with other professionals.

Workpolis.com

http://www.workopolis.com/index.html

The biggest job web site.

AllStarJobs.ca

http://www.alltorontojobs.com

AllStarJobs.ca provides job seekers access to over 5,000 links to employers, employment agencies and other career resources.

Monster Canada

http://english.monster.ca/

Monster.ca is Canada’s leading career management portal.

Job Canada

http://www.jobcanada.org/

The first weekly employment listing and training web site with a newspaper layout. Its main focus is to assist job seekers easily access training and job opportunities in Toronto & surrounding areas – updated every Friday at 4pm!

Job Bank, Service Canada

http://www.jobbank.gc.ca

Job vacancies from both the federal government as well as from private sector

Craigslist

http://toronto.en.craigslist.ca

popular job posting site used a lot from private sector.

The Ontario Government ‘s website for labour market information

http://www.gov.on.ca/MBS/english/LMI/index.html

The Ontario Government provides labour market information to help individuals and businesses make informed decisions about careers, education, employment, and business plans.

The Ontatio Society of Professinal Engineers

http://www.ospe.on.ca/

OSPE is the voice of the engineering profession in Ontario. It advances the professional and economic interests of the province’s 65,000+ professional engineers by advocating with governments, offering valued member services, and providing opportunities for ongoing professional development.