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I was just going through the forum and think that even I could be in for Calgary and would appreciate help rendered by all of you and esp Mrs Sam - Thanks
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Okay, looks like the major topic of interest for you guys is Jobs... eh? lol I had to add that because we reallly do say that! LOL
 

Labour Market Information (http://www.labourmarketinformation.ca)

Answer your questions about jobs, skills and the availability of workers in local areas across Canada.

 

Canada Job Bank is the *BEST* Resource (in  my eyes as it's free for employers to advertise and it's operated by the Government of Canada plus currently there are 25917 jobs posted!)

http://jobbank.gc.ca

Here's the direct link to the Job Bank Search

 
 
Specialty Job Types:

Placement Agencies:

Government Jobs

  • Careers in the Public Service
  • Contract Work
  • Department and Agency Direct Hiring
  • Municipal Government
  • Provincial and Territorial Government
  • Public Service Commission

    Geographical Distribution (for other provinces because you never know who will read this thread)

  • Alberta
  • British Columbia
  • Manitoba
  • Newfoundland and Labrador
  • New-Brunswick
  • Northwest Territories
  • Nova Scotia
  • Nunavut
  • Ontario
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Quebec
  • Saskatchewan
  • Yukon Territory
  • National

    Government Jobs - Department and Agency Direct Hiring

     Job Site Consolidators (Just a few, I will add more later)



  • Edited by Mrs.Sam - 12 Dec 2009 at 2:45am
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    Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Mrs.Sam Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02 Dec 2009 at 9:00am
    Hi krisp,
     
    I hope my previous post (above) helps you out.... but being an agriculturalist in Canada!!!!! ABSOLUTELY! We have have nothing but farmers in Alberta & Saskatchewan hehehe, we are the prairies after all! LOL You'll love this place!
     
    Originally posted by krisp krisp wrote:

    Mrs. Sam,

    How about being an agriculturalist in Canada? What other self emplyoment options do you advise in the case jobs are not easy to come by in hands.
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    A big thanks to Mrs. Sam for such a big help to us all.

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    Thanks Mrs Sam,  I am going through the links, they are of great help.

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    Great work , Mrs. Sam.
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    Originally posted by sachnbapat sachnbapat wrote:

    Hi All,
     
    I have already got my visa 7 am planning an April landing. Kindly post any useful info regarding places to stay, job scenario, good cheap hotel/temporary stays etc in Calgary.
     
    This will be useful to people who intend to land in this city.
     
    Thanx.
     
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    Originally posted by Mrs.Sam Mrs.Sam wrote:

    Hi krisp,
     
    I hope my previous post (above) helps you out.... but being an agriculturalist in Canada!!!!! ABSOLUTELY! We have have nothing but farmers in Alberta & Saskatchewan hehehe, we are the prairies after all! LOL You'll love this place!
     
    Originally posted by krisp krisp wrote:

    Mrs. Sam,

    How about being an agriculturalist in Canada? What other self emplyoment options do you advise in the case jobs are not easy to come by in hands.


    Thank you for the post . But not much information on the question asked at the end.
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    thanks mrs. sam
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    Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Mrs.Sam Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 Dec 2009 at 2:40am
    Hi krisp,
     
    Well, it totally depends on what your qualifications are, experience, etc, how much start up money you have and how hard you are willing to work I suppose.  Self-employment depends on many different factors, you cannot just start up a company and expect to dollars to come running in. You are going to need connections and knowledge about the industry.... but all of that depends on what your qualifications and education are. Self employment takes guts and sacrifice, which I am not sure you want to tackle when you get to a new country.
     
     
    Originally posted by krisp krisp wrote:

    Originally posted by Mrs.Sam Mrs.Sam wrote:

    Hi krisp,
     
    I hope my previous post (above) helps you out.... but being an agriculturalist in Canada!!!!! ABSOLUTELY! We have have nothing but farmers in Alberta & Saskatchewan hehehe, we are the prairies after all! LOL You'll love this place!
     
    Originally posted by krisp krisp wrote:

    Mrs. Sam,

    How about being an agriculturalist in Canada? What other self emplyoment options do you advise in the case jobs are not easy to come by in hands.


    Thank you for the post . But not much information on the question asked at the end.
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