Canadian job listings
Monster has become the best general job site on the Web.
Workopolis is one of the biggest job banks in Canada.
Jobboom is Quebec’s largest job site posting jobs in Quebec & Ontario.
Information about career options, labour market and starting a business.
Lists job opportunities with the federal public service open to all Canadians regardless of their area of residence.
Consult job offers and check the job market.
Search jobs & training courses in the Federal Government and the Private sector.
Jooble – is one site where you can search jobs across the whole Internet.
The Manitoba-Québec Six-Month Student Exchange Program
Search over 100,000 jobs from thousands of job boards, employment and career sites in Canada.
Neuvoo.ca is a job search engine that indexes jobs directly for free from companies’ career websites, placement agencies and job boards.
JobGurus Canada aggregates jobs from over ten thousand employer, recruiter and government sites across Canada and provides jobs in a simple, intuitive way to job seekers. The service is free. The site offers a clutter free, spam free, ad free job search experience and also provides numerous tools such as Email Alerts, RSS feeds and mobile apps, amongst others.
Employment and internship listings and programs for students and recent graduates
Career Edge – Internships
Official job search engine of the Canada’s Top 100 Employers’ project
Internships, job placement
Student loans and scholarship information
Loan information for Quebec students
Scholarship information for Canadian students
Career advice, schooling and salary information
A site for life after high school
Job trends in Canada by industry.
Career profile – learn about your future job.
CanLearn is the source for interactive information and tools designed to help you save, plan and pay for post-secondary education.
A leader in expert career, college, and job-search advice. Now in their 13th year of operations, and with more than 4,000 pages of free content to empower your success in college, career, life. How do you find a new career or job? How do you choose a college or college major? Quintessential Careers: Your career site. Today. Tomorrow. Always.
Montreal employment organizations
Serves West Island youth
Offers an extensive listing of jobs, apartments and classified ads, while also providing information and support regarding housing and employment.
Job search guides
Selling yourself to the employer.
What Colour is Your Parachute? – The Net Guide.
Great resource for finding out company information on corporate employment.
JobCareer allows job seekers to: – search jobs from thousands of company recruitment pages and job board sites, saving the trouble of having to visit each site individually – upload and manage their resumes which can be discovered by potential employers – read tips and advice on how to get a job
Employment equity and related issues
WORKink provides job search tools, career guidance, and resources pertaining to education and employment.
The Integrated Network of Disablility Information and Education
Employment research directories
A great Quebec industry and company directory site
Business telephone directory
Job listings in specific industries
For young Canadians 16 to 17 years of age who want to improve their second language skills, gain work experience and discover another part of Canada.
YCW is an employment initiative to help secondary and post-secondary students find summer work that will help them to acquire skills in the official languages,
Summer jobs that are “outside the box”
Tons of information for mentors, including links to other mentoring websites.
The Mentoring Group Website. This page is updated reguarly with new information.
Directory of communication and cultural companies in Quebec.
POINT3’s programs offer international and local students quality language programs, as well as many exciting activities. Activities are a big part of the programs that get students out of the classroom and into the ‘real world’ taking advantage of Montreal’s diverse bilingual setting.
Find reliable, easy-to-understand health and safety information for Canadians and health professionals.
The Youth Action Committee of the Peter McGill Community Council brings together organizations serving 12-to-30 year-olds in the western downtown area to ensure that the downtown resources for people in this demographic complement each other, and to initiate actions that motivate them to get involved
VisaVieCanada was founded to be your helping hand when it comes to Canadian immigration questions and concerns. If you are looking forward to come to Canada either temporarily or permanently or if you are having issues regarding your application and/or documentation, they are there to clarify your doubts and to make sure that your application goes as smoothly as possible.