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Careers for New Canadians: get in the game!

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Toronto: Not-for-Profit and Government Employment Services

"Transition to Employment modules will prepare newcomers to enter the labour market by identifying their strengths, barriers, transferable skills and short and long term goals; this is done through action planning, work placements, mentoring, obtaining career specific knowledge and information and by developing skills necessary for effective job search and job maintenance." - Polycultural Immigrant and Community Services: Transition to Employment

Have a look here:

Centre for Immigrant and Community Services: Employment Services

Costi: Programs and Services: Employment Services

Heritage Skills Development Centre

JobStart: Programs for Newcomers to Canada

JVS Toronto: Find a Job

Learning Enrichment Foundation: Employment Services

Neighbourhood Link Support Services: Employment

Polycultural Immigrant and Community Services: Transition to Employment

SEAS: Support Enhance Access Service Centre

Skills for Change: Employment Services

Toronto Community Employment Services

Toronto District School Board: Employment Services

Toronto's Economy, Labour Force & Demographics

Tropicana Employment Centre

YMCA of Greater Toronto: YMCA Employment and Community Centres

Ontario: Not-for-Profit and Government Employment Services

"We assist job seekers from diverse backgrounds to find employment and to integrate into the Canadian job market.  We achieve this by providing employment services, linking employers to skilled people and building strong networks in collaboration with community partners." - ACCESS Employment

ACCESS Employment

Health Force Ontario: HFO Jobs

Ontario Council of Agencies Serving Immigrants

Ontario: Jobs and Employment

Settlement.org: Employment

Employee Rights

"Stop wage theft." - Workers' Action Centre: Organizing for Fair Employment

Workers' Action Centre

Employment Insurance Benefits

"Employment Insurance (EI) provides temporary financial assistance to unemployed Canadians who have lost their jobs through no fault of their own, and to Canadians, including unemployed self-employed citizens or permanent residents who are unable to work for a variety of reasons." - Government of Canada: Employment Insurance Benefits

Government of Canada: Employment Insurance Benefits and Leave

Employment Services for Women

"Strong women build strong communities." - Newcomer Women's Services Toronto

Newcomer Women's Services Toronto

Working Skills Centre

Working Women Community Centre: Settlement Services

Social Insurance Number

"The Social Insurance Number (SIN) is a nine-digit number that you need to work in Canada or to have access to government programs and benefits." - Government of Canada: Social Insurance Number

Government of Canada: Social Insurance Number

Settlement.org: Employment: Social Insurance Number

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