The Job Bank
Job Bank is the largest Web-based network of job postings available to Canadians. Job Bank for Employers allows the posting of job openings free of charge via the Internet.
This site provides resources needed for training, retooling, and career planning for those entering or staying in the canadian workforce. It also includes workers rights and benefits information.
Public Service Commision of Canada
An online source for careers within the federal government.
Human Resources & Skills Development Canada
Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC) is a department of the Government of Canada. The
HRSDC aims to enhance productivity and participation in the canadian workplace through its policies.
United Nations Human Resources (Galaxy)
Human resources e-staffing system for the United Nations
Living and Working Overseas
Since 1992, Intercultural Systems / Systèmes interculturels (ISSI) Inc. has worked towards the goal of becoming the world’s leading source for international career advice for young professionals.
Team Canada Inc is a network of federal departments and agencies working with the provinces, territories and other partners to help Canadian businesses prepare for the global marketplace.Their wide range of tools is designed to help you become export-ready, develop your export potential or expand into new markets. By joining the Team Canada Inc partnership, you’ll have free access to a wealth of information products and tools for the benefit of your client/members. Joining the partnership is simple, cost-free and has many benefits.
The Canadian Trade Commissioner Service
The Trade Commissioner Service helps companies that have researched and selected their target markets. They work with companies that can demonstrate their commitment to succeed in the global marketplace. Whether you’re a small or large company, new or experienced in foreign markets, you need to prepare for the challenges of international business. Trade Commissioners can help you.
Youth Opportunities Ontario
This site shows you how you can find work or even start your own business
More on Youth Employment from David’s website
Jump over to David’s resources for Youth Employment and other useful links related to programs and services offered to young Canadians by the Government of Canada and other organizations.
Summer Company Program
The Summer Company program provides hands-on business training and mentoring – together with awards of up to $3,000 – to help enterprising young people start up and run their own summer business.
Summer Company is coordinated and delivered at the community level through a network of Small Business Enterprise Centres and other program providers supported by the Ontario government.
Parliamentary Information and Research Service Internship Program
The Parliamentary Information and Research Service of the Library of Parliament is offering an internship program to Canadian university graduate students. Successful candidates will have the opportunity to gain work experience in the policy and legislative process in Canada from a parliamentary perspective with the main research service for Parliament. Each year four interns with specific subject specializations will be selected for the twelve-month program (September to August).
Environment Canada’s Science Horizons Youth Internship Program
This program offers promising young scientists and post-secondary graduates hands-on experience working on environmental projects under the mentorship and coaching of experienced scientists and program managers.
Youth Employment Strategy (YES)
The Youth Employment Strategy (YES) is the Government of Canada’s commitment to help Canadian youth get the work experience, knowledge, skills and information they need to prepare for, and participate in, the world of work. The YES also assists employers who hire youth.
OHCHR Internship Program
Application form for an internship at the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.
CanLearn is the only online post-secondary education resource that provides Canadians with the information and services they need to decide what and where to study and how to cover the costs. The CanLearn site was developed by the Department of Human Resources and Social Development Canada in collaboration with provincial and territorial governments and Canadian learning and career development organizations.
Service Canada – Where to Get Training
Research information on where to access training in your community and province for a variety of occupations.