|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.
Canada employment portal allowing free resume posting and job searching for candidates. Employers must subscribe to post jobs and search resume database
|Employment and internship listings and programs for students and recent graduates|
|Student loans and scholarship information|
|Career advice, schooling and salary information|
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|Quebec employment organizations|
|Montreal employment organizations|
|Job search guides|
Great resource for finding out company information on corporate employment.
|Employment equity and related issues|
|Employment research directories|
The Montreal Region Vocational Training Website
A great Quebec industry and company directory site
|Job listings in specific industries|
|Summer Student Work Exchange|
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.
|Young Canada Works|
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,
|Tips for mentors|
The Mentoring Group Website. This page is updated reguarly with new information.
|Tips for Mentees|
The Mentoring Group Website. This page is updated regularly with new information.
|Qui fait Quoi|
Directory of communication and cultural companies in Quebec.
|Point3 Language Center|
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.
|Integration-Net for the settlement community|
A national bilingual website hosted by the Centre for International Migration and Settlement Studies at Carleton University and funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada. The website serves as a communications, information, and research tool to support the work of the Canadian settlement community.