Destination Canada Mobility Forum: February 2021 Program
The forum will take place virtually from February 26 to 28, 2021.
By participating in this online event, candidates, employers and organizations will have access to
Canadian employers, representatives from provinces and territories, Francophone community associations and regional economic development organizations will be at their virtual booths to meet you. Employers and organizations that represent them will publish their job postings before the forum. You’ll have the opportunity to meet with them to discuss the jobs they’re offering. It’s up to you to make an impression. Visiting the virtual booths is a great way to start building your Canadian network.
Attend a session to better understand the Canadian labour market and the employment prospects and opportunities in different parts of the country.
Before, during and after the forum, you can access the video room to watch videos about
- immigration programs
- the Canadian labour market and employment prospects
- opportunities in different parts of the country
Here’s a list of the videos and series that will be available.
Overview of the Canadian provinces and territories
In this video, each of the provinces and territories (except Quebec) gives a preview of the warm welcome given to those newly arrived in Canada. Each province and territory offers a unique economy, job market, geography and climate. This video will help you choose your destination in Canada.
Presentations by provinces and territories
In these videos, representatives of Canada’s provinces and territories (except Quebec) will share detailed information on their part of the country. You’ll learn more about the opportunities that exist across Canada and the immigration programs specific to each province and territory.
What is my job title in Canada? The National Occupational Classification
In Canada, the National Occupational Classification (NOC) is a system developed to define and classify jobs. Many of Canada’s immigration programs use the NOC system to determine if a job or work experience is relevant according to the criteria of the program. This video will guide you in finding the right NOC code and allow you to better present your experience to Canadian employers and immigration officials.
They did it!
Watch testimonials from people who have made Canada their destination and their new home. How did they prepare themselves? How did they handle cultural differences? What challenges have they encountered along the way? Learn from the experiences of others.
Webinars with question and answer periods
The webinars will be recorded and will be available on the virtual platform throughout March 2021.
Here’s a list of the webinars that will be offered.
Understanding immigration programs
To help you determine the immigration program best suited to you, an immigration officer will present the different temporary (Mobilité Francophone, International Experience Canada) and permanent (Express Entry) immigration options, selection criteria and procedures to apply.
Approaching the Canadian labour market
Building a network, developing a Canadian resume and preparing for a job interview are key steps to get ahead in the Canadian labour market. A panel of human resources experts will share advice on how to adapt your approach to the needs of Canadian employers, sell yourself without bragging and get a job in Canada.
Ready to go!
This session presents the essentials for a successful arrival in Canada: financial preparation, networking, finding housing, health care, school for children and adapting to a new life.
Start or acquire a business in Canada
This workshop will explain how to move to Canada as an entrepreneur. From planning to market research, from financing to registering your business, this session will cover the stages and key resources for starting or acquiring a business in Canada. A multitude of tips will be available for those interested in launching a business in Canada.
The webinars will be recorded and available on the virtual exhibition platform throughout the month of March 2021.
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