Immigrant Employment Councils and Networks
Immigrant Employment Councils (IECs) bring together local stakeholders to address the many challenges of integrating skilled immigrants into the labour market. IECs connect skilled immigrants to local employers with the support of other community, educational and government organizations.
Montreal : Alliés Montréal
This French website, one of Immigration et Communautés culturelles Québec’s two sites, has a section devoted to employers looking to hire foreign workers and immigrants.
This French website has a database of community resources and services both for immigrants and employers looking to hire them.
211 is a three-digit telephone number and online database that provides free multilingual information on community, social, and government services, in the following regions: Capitale-Nationale(Greater Québec City Area), Chaudière-Appalaches and MRC Haute-Yamaska(Granby Area).
Settlement Roadmap – Quebec
A searchable database of immigrant services (including settlement, languages and employment) in each province.
The Working in Canada Tool, created by the federal government, provides information on job descriptions, wages, skill requirements, language training and job opportunities based on occupation and location.