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Networking for Success
Using a network of contacts can reduce the time to find a job.
Resources to help you network with employers, career professionals and other workseekers. Chat Rooms, Bulletin Boards, Listservs and Forums.
Working for an airline is not just restricted to pilots and flight attendants.
Perspectives on Finding Work
Finding work can be made easier if work seekers took the perspective of the employers.
See what is available in the Help Wanted section of newspapers from across Canada.
Job Banks and Resume Banks
Call Centre Jobs
Librairie, en anglais, des meilleurs livres traitant de la recherche d'emploi. La lecture d'un de ceux-ci pourrait s'avérer ce dont vous avez besoin pour réussir.
Get Wired, You're Hired
Want to come to Canada to work? here are some resources you will need.
The Dilbert Principle: A Cubicle's Eye View of Bosses, Meetings, Management Fads, & Other Workplace Afflictions
Take a peek into the world of the cubicle dwelling Dilbert and his faithful companion Dogbert to see how middle management types deal with day-to-day realities of corporate life.
Still hanging on to old concepts of work? Take this short quiz and find out.
Other employment sites
Local Canadian Sites
Start out right by planning your career. it will save you time trouble and headaches in the future.
General site about job searching - mostly geared to the US market, but there are hundred of excellent tips which are useful in Canada also.
Technical jobs from all over the world are listed, with tips for the techies to get favorably noticed and hired.
Jobs for College Grads
Just graduated? Here is the site for you. Worldwide opportunities for the graduate with the freedom to relocate, or you may find work in your own city.
Work from home and telecommute to anywhere in the world.
Investing in Canada
Once you get working you will want to find a place to invest your earnings in Canada. no time like the present to think positively.
Canada Far North
One of the best sites on the internet for real people living in any of Canada's Territories.
Regional information for residents of the city. Valuable data if you are considering relocating.
Find out about Calgary as the residents know it. Excellent resource whether you live there or are moving.
The capital of Alberta has much to offer all of its residents.
If you are looking for Prairaie life, or currntly live in Saskatoon, this is a great place to start looking for information.
Winnipeg has opened its doors for business and welcomes people from all areas to live and work there.
The Nation's Capital and one of my favorite cities. Find out more about Ottawa from someone who lives there.
Toronto is Canada's largest city and therefore has more employment opportunities. Find out what it is like to live there.
Montréal is a beautiful city and Canada's second largest city. Find out how anglophone and francophone live and work together in this multicultural city on the island.
The Federation of Child and Family Services of British Columbia
The Federation of Child and Family Services of British Columbia (FCFS) was established in 1982 to create a province-wide network of community agencies providing services to children, youth and families.
North Okanagan Youth and Family Services Society
Come and see what these fine folks are doing in Vernon, B.C..
Westbank Chito-Ryu Society
A site dedicated to the benefit of the karateka who study under Sensei Chris Tanaeda.
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Sage Cyber Services
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