Immigration and settlement
Canada welcomes newcomers with technical skills and offers "Expressed Entry" for qualified applicants to get you here sooner and settlement services to support your integration into the workforce once you arrive.
Every year targets are set the number of immigrants allowed into the country in different immigration categories. In 2021, Canada's target is 401,000 immigrants. Of these, about 60% fall under the economic category, which will help the Canadian economy recover from COVID-19.
Looking ahead, Canada plans to welcome 411,000 immigrants in 2022 and 421,000 immigrants in 2023. This works out to almost 1% of our population.
Canadian Technical Employment Network (CTEN)
The Canadian Technical Employment Network (CTEN) aims to create honest and meaningful relationships between qualified job seekers and employers looking to find the right talent. CTEN is the only technical network in Canada that supports the prosperity of the engineering technology profession by connecting the right people together.
Skills Development, Education and Training
Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) is the national, voluntary membership organization representing publicly supported colleges, institutes, cegeps and polytechnics in Canada and internationally. CICan’s members work with industry and social sectors to train learners of all ages and backgrounds at over 670 locations serving urban, rural, and remote communities across Canada. The association is committed to quality education and skills development opportunities for all Canadians as a means to maximize labour market participation and support Canada’s prosperity.
Canadian Job Bank
To start searching for jobs, you can attend job fairs online or in person, use job boards and career websites or reach out directly to recruiters in a targeted company to broaden your network. Also, Job Bank offers a job search tool that allows you to browse through thousands of jobs across Canada and to apply filters that specify your needs.