Prepare to work in Canada
How to get your credentials assessed, improve your English and French and get help finding a job.
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Get your credentials assessed
What to do if you are immigrating as a skilled worker, working in a certain profession or trade or studying
Improve your English and French
Improve your language skills for work and find out how to register for language classes and language tests
Get help finding a job
Find jobs, apply, build your resume, access bridging programs and get mentorship, financial support and child care
Social Insurance Number
Tools and information on how to apply for a social insurance number (SIN), replace your card, or amend your SIN record
Apply for the Federal Internship for Newcomers Program
Who is eligible, how to register and what to expect after you apply
Find free newcomer services near you
Find friendly and experienced settlement professionals who can help you feel at home in Canada.
Job Bank is the Government of Canada's leading source for jobs and labour market information.
Questions about working in Canada?
Find quick and direct answers to your questions about working in Canada, including what you need to qualify for a permit, extending an existing permit, and how long your application might take.
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