We’re on a mission to make connections.
Newcomers Canada is the largest network of new Canadians in the country — a place where both newcomers and employers come to map their routes ahead.
For the past 15 years, we’ve connected employers with top international talent and provided newcomers with meaningful information about cultural, educational, and business opportunities.
We’re looking forward to connecting with you.
A diverse Canada is a stronger Canada.
Like many Western nations, Canada has a problematic legacy of elevating only a narrow range of perspectives in terms of race, culture, gender, and sexual orientation. While Canada still has a long way to go, we believe that Newcomers will play a crucial role in every part of Canada’s future. We work with organizations who don’t just promote the idea of diversity, but who align with our belief that Newcomers are the future of Canada.
15.04.2021 — Newcomers Canada
Newcomers Canada – Routes Expo
Amid COVID19 Pandemic, Newcomers Canada provides hope to hundreds of job seekers at Routes Expos East and West. Newcomers Canada has been connecting newcomers to information about cultural, educational, employment, and business opportunities, and holding events in cities across the country, for over 10 years. Unfortunately, COVID19 restrictions forced these in-person events to be put...
07.04.2021 — Newcomers Canada
Amid Pandemic, Newcomers Canada's Free Virtual Job Expo Offers Thousands of Quality Jobs Across Canada
The Routes Expo job fairs, being held April 7 and 8, welcomes job seekers to connect, meet with, and attend presentations by employers, universities and colleges, government agencies, immigration experts, and settlement services. TORONTO, March 31, 2021 /CNW/ – In response to COVID19 restrictions, Newcomers Canada has put their in-person events on hold and adapted, announcing they will instead...
23.03.2021 — Newcomers Canada
The draw of New Brunswick for newcomers to Canada
In a country as vast as Canada, it’s not easy to visit every province or explore every town or city. As such, some newcomers to Canada are limited to being familiar with a few of the country’s larger urban centres. The province of New Brunswick is hoping to change that through a number of efforts...
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Consider a career in aquaculture.
Registration is open for the UBC Graduate Certificate in Aquaculture.
This one-semester program for fall 2021 will be offered online with in-person industry site visits. Taught by professionals in fish health, seafood processing, production systems & ecological sustainability, this certificate program is perfect for students who want to gain career-ready knowledge.
Aquaculture produces more than half of the world's seafood and has grown into a large commercial industry employing 25,000 people across Canada. This industry needs well-trained aquaculture professionals who are grounded in science and are passionate about sustainability and healthy food production.
Those with a bachelor of science or engineering degree are eligible to apply to the Graduate Certificate in Aquaculture, offered by the University of British Columbia’s Faculty of Land and Food Systems.