If you are a job-seeker looking for employment anywhere in Canada, these are the best Canadian job boards and career resources you need to visit to help you in your job search.
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Canadian Job Boards
AllStarJobs.ca — for job-seekers searching for jobs in Canada, where you can search for job listings (by job category, province, or keywords), post your resume, and find links to all the best career resources for Canadian students and job-seekers. Free to job-seekers.
Anne Whitten Bilingual Human Resources, Inc. — placement firm located in Toronto, Canada, specializing in English/French bilingual employment. Features a Hot List of available jobs.
BCjobs.ca — a job site specifically for job-seekers looking for employment in British Columbia. Job-seekers can search job listings (by category, employer, region, or keywords) and post your resume (up to 3 versions). Other options include email job alert, resume confidentiality, and more. Free to job-seekers.
BCJobs.com — where job-seekers searching for jobs in British Columbia, Canada, can search job listings (by keyword, industry, employment type) as well as post your resume. Free to job-seekers.
Best Jobs Canada — where job-seekers searching for jobs throughout Canada can search (by location, category, or keywords) or browse job listings, post your resume, and register for a job-search agent. Free to job-seekers.
Canada Job Links — a great place for Canadian job-seekers to start your job-search. The site provides job links to Canadian employers’ current job postings or careers page, including federal/provincial/municipal government, top employers in each provinces and major cities such as Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Victoria. No cost to job-seekers.
Canadian Career Page — a site devoted to helping Canadians find jobs or researdch careers. Includes a Canadian jobs database, a career site of the day, and a large collection of links. Free.
CanadasBestJobs.com — where job-seekers seeking a job in Canada can browse job listings by province and apply directly. Also includes an email job alert program. No cost to job-seekers.
canjobs.com — a great Canadian jobs site, where job-seekers can search job listings (by career type, province, and keywords), as well as post your resume, register for a job-search agent, and find career resources. Canjobs.com also runs province-specific and city-specific job sites for all of Canada. Registration required. Free to job-seekers.
Careerjet.ca — a job-search engine for Canadian job-seekers, where you can search job postings gathered from almost 60,000 Websites (by keywords, location, industry) or browse listings by industry or location. No cost to job-seekers.
The Education Canada Network — developed as a one-stop portal for education professionals — teachers, administrators, education specialists, and support staff — this site is a great source of education employment opportunities in all provinces. Job-seekers can search or browse jobs, post your resume, and receive customized employment emails. Free to job-seekers.
Eluta — a job-search engine for Canada that seeks out new job announcements with employers across Canada. Job-seekers can search job listings (by keywords or location) or browse by locations or occupations. No cost to job-seekers.
Employment and Scoial Development Canada — simply a fantastic one-stop site for Canadian job-seekers looking for any and all employment-related resources and links. Includes resources for persons with disabilities, children and youth, aboriginal peoples, seniors, entrepreneurs, and more. Also includes training and labor law resources. Free to job-seekers.
Employment News — providing information about job opportunities in the Ontario, Canada, area — both in print and online. Also includes information on job fairs, career training, and job-hunting related articles. Free to job-seekers.
Environmental Careers Organization: ECO Canada — a job board for Canadian environmental practitioners, where job-seekers can search for jobs, post your resume, and get certified. Students can learn about careers and educational opportunities. Membership is required to do just about anything on the site. No cost to job-seekers.
Extremejobs.ca — a Canadian job site, where job-seekers can browse or search (by keyword, location, and job category) job listings. Also includes resume and other career tips and resources. No cost to job-seekers.
Indeed.ca — a job-search engine for Canadian job-seekers where you can search job listings (by keywords, location) from major job boards, newspapers, associations, and company career pages. You can also save your searches and have jobs delivered to you by email alert or RSS feed. No cost to job-seekers.
Jeff Gaulin’s Canadian Journalism Job Board — where job-seekers can browse journalism and communications job postings from newspapers, magazines, television and radio stations, wire services, Websites, and public and private organizations. Free to job-seekers.
Jobbankone.com — a directory of Canadian job site and employment agency links organized by occupation and location, as well as listings for specific types of job-seekers. Also includes information on resources for Canadian newcomers, work experience resources, and several other job tools. No cost to job-seekers.
Jobboom — a really cool Canadian job and career site, where job-seekers can search for job listings (by expertise, title, location, and more), post your resume, and receive email job-match alerts — as well as find a career resources index and more. No cost to job-seekers.
Job Forum Canada — a great Canadian job information site, where job-seekers can find Canadian job market and immigration discussion forums, find job listings, chat about your first job in Canada, get answers to general immigration questions, and find job articles and resources.Must join community to gain access to all features. No cost to job-seekers.
Make a Future: Careers in BC Education — a job board for job seekers looking to find jobs or career information about British Columbia’s public education sector from K-12. The site offers information about how to become a teacher, the 60 school districts across the province, and the teaching, management and support jobs that are currently available in each school district. No cost to job-seekers.
Maplejobs.com — provides a search engine that indexes only career pages of Canadian companies or foreign companies that employ Canadians. Job-seekers can browse job listings, post your resume, and get a free email address for job-hunting. Parent site of a family of Canadian job sites. No cost to job-seekers.
Media Job Search Canada — a great resource for communications and media professionals searching for a job in Canada. Find current job opportunities or browse through a directory of television, radio, film, print, multimedia, and advertising companies. Free to job-seekers.
Monster.ca — an online career management portal, where job-seekers can search for jobs, browse employer profiles, sign-up for a job alert program, and post your resume. From Monster.com. Free to job-seekers.
nextSteps.org — a full-featured employment, career development, and job finding resources for youth. Includes a monthly ezine that features a specific industry in each issue. Free. From the Youth Employment Centre of Canada.
Now-Hiring.ca — a Canadian job site for Calgary — and growing to include all of Canada — where job-seekers can browse job listings by industry or location as well as post your resume. No cost to job-seekers.
SaskNetWork — for job-seekers (and students) searching for jobs in Saskatchewan, Canada, where you will find lots of great resources to help move your career forward. Search for job listings (by job category and location), post your resume, and get job listing updates by phone. Also includes links to other job sources for Saskatchewan residents. No cost to job-seekers.
SuperJobs.net — a bilingual job site, where job-seekers can browse or search job postings for the United States and Canada, as well as submit your resume for potential employers to review. Free to job-seekers.
TorontoJobClassifieds.com — an on-line service for job-seekers in seeking employment in the greater Toronto area (including Durham, Peel, Halton, Simcoe and York), where you can browse job listings by industry classifications. Also includes a great collection of links to career resources, salary information, career fairs, and relocating to the area. No cost to job-seekers.
TorontoJobs.ca — a great job site for job-seekers searching for jobs in the greater Toronto area. Job-seekers can search for jobs (by job category, location, salary, and posting date), use a meta job-search tool to search for Toronto job listing posted on other job sites, post your resume, register for a job email notification service, and find links to career resources. Free to job-seekers.
Vicinity Jobs Network — a job site for job-seekers looking for employment in the areas surrounding Toronto. The site’s mission is to help suburban and rural job-seekers find work close to your homes. Browse or search job listings by regional area as well as find useful career advice. No cost to job-seekers.
Youth Resource Network of Canada — a very nice source of information and links (in both English and French) designed for Canadian youth.
West End Jobs — a job site for job-seekers in the West End of Metro Toronto. The site has job listings for the areas of Mississauga, Brampton, Etobicoke, Oakville, Georgetown, Caledon, Bolton, Orangeville, North York, Woodbridge, and Vaughn — where you can search for jobs or register for job alerts. No cost to job-seekers.
Workopolis.com — reportedly one of Canada’s largest job sites, with more than 30,000 job openings. Job-seekers can search for jobs by professional category, keyword, or location. Job-seekers can also post your resume, keep track of job searches, and use "CareerAlert," an email job matching service.
Wow!Jobs — a Canadian job site claiming to be that country’s largest job-search engine, where job-seekers can browse or search (by keywords and location) more than 100,000 job listings across Canada advertised on more than 100 job boards and corporate sites, as well as register for email job alerts. No cost to job-seekers.
…Or, you can also find job sites in other geographic regions using the menu below: