Canadian Employers coming to Manila, New Brunswick is recruiting!

Canadian Employers from New Brunswick Companies are coming to Manila, Philippines this 2019. – JOB FAIR October 2019
New Brunswick is located on Canada’s east coast along the Atlantic Ocean. It offers a distinct way of life and exciting career opportunities. There are many reasons to move to New Brunswick (NB). Some people choose to live there to enjoy a more relaxed, healthy, and affordable lifestyle. Others move because of the healthcare and education systems. Still, others choose New Brunswick to be minutes away from oceans, lakes, rivers, and trails as well as lively urban centers and smaller friendly communities.
Canadian Employers from New Brunswick are coming to Manila to look for applicants in the following professions:
Companies participating in this event are looking for:

  • NOC 6342 – Tailors, dressmakers, furriers and milliners
  • NOC 9446 – Industrial sewing machine operators
  • NOC 9463 – Fish and seafood plant workers

The Job Fair Manila will be on the following dates:



These events are a great opportunity for all those people who would like to migrate to Canada. Those candidates who receive job offers from these companies may be eligible to apply for permanent residency through the Atlantic Immigration Pilot Program or the New Brunswick Provincial Nominee Program. Take advantage of these employment openings especially if you are skilled and qualified.


Registration is FREE just make sure that you have read all the details of the Job Fair before you sign up. This registration is ONLY for people with experience in the above professions and interested in moving to New Brunswick with their families.

To Sign Up and determine if you are qualified, visit this website New Brunswick Job Fair Manila, Philippines.

 
In addition, here’s a guide on how to prepare your Canadian Style Resume, check this out How to Write a Canadian Resume.
And if you need some guidance on how to immigrate, check this 5 Guides for Immigrating to Canada.
You can also join #PinoyCanada – Forum on where you can post questions, ask insights and guidance regarding Canadian Immigration Programs. In this social media group, fellow Filipinos across Canada might help answer your queries and give you some important reminders.
Goodluck!


Here is the story of our kababayan who has successfully got their visa through information session in Manila batch 2016.
Registration to Information Session NB – A life Changing Moment


Disclaimer:  Pinoy-Canada.com is not in any way connected with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) (formerly Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), nor are immigration consultants by profession or agency. Any information or news shared on this site are gathered from updates from various resources.
 
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http://livinginnb.ca/

Look: 3rd Seafood city, 8th Jollibee coming soon, where?

Jollibee, one of the most famous Filipino fast food chain opens in Calgary, Canada for the 2nd time in Alberta location, 7th across Canada.

Seafood City, the popular Filipino supermarket chain in America, has branches in California, Nevada, Washington, Hawaii, Illinois, and the most recent one opened in Mississauga last September 2017 and Winnipeg soon as 2nd location

According to our source, here are the addresses and surprisingly both in Calgary.

Jollibee
Calgary Newport Village
9110 MaCleod Trail South
Calgary, AB M3K 2C8

Seafood City Supermarket
3320 Sunridge Way NE
Calgary, AB T1Y 7K5

Canada is definitely becoming more and more of a home to Filipinos because of these establishments that offer recognizable Filipino specialties. This is great news indeed as the community population in the country continues to grow every year. Our kababayans will definitely watch out for the grand opening date!

Filipino-Canadian discovers the "World's Biggest Pearl" worth $90M, over 1000 years old

Abraham Reyes, 34-year-old Filipino-Canadian from Mississauga, Ontario discovers a gigantic pearl (maybe the world’s biggest heirloom) with a whooping worth of $90 million (PHP 4.75 Billion).
It was said that this giant clam was a gift from his grandfather to his aunt way back in 1959.
The “Giga Pearl” as Reyes calls the pearl for its gigantic size weighs 27.65 kg
(60.95 lbs) shaped like a big tooth as big as a baby.
The Giga Pearl was bigger than the Pearl of Allah which was found in the Philippines in the Palawan Sea. The Pearl of Allah only 6.40 kg (14.10 lbs) and it’s worth over $400,000.
Reyes told Inquirer USA that the pear originated from a giant clam thas his grandfather bought from a local fisherman in the Philippines in 1959 and since then, their family has kept this heirloom.
He reportedly had the Giga Pearl authenticated at the Gemological Institute of America in New York. The experts were amazed to see such a large specimen which happened to be a thousand years old.
The Giga Pearl currently sits on a 22-carat gold octopus that was commissioned on artist Bethany Krull and kept safely in an undisclosed big vault in Toronto.
Reyes still hasn’t decided what to do with it but he’s planning to put it up for display in a museum.

2,000 jobs available annually in Yukon, Canada for Filipino skilled workers

Do you want to receive an opportunity to work abroad?
Do you want to earn more money and provide a better life for your family?
Do you want to have a stable career and have better opportunities?
If all the answers to the questions above are yes then read more.
Last Sunday, the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) issued a press release informing that there will be job opportunities that will open in various industries.
Better Opportunities
A total of 2,000 jobs for Filipino skilled workers will be available annually in Yukon, Canada as stated by Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III.
“The joint communique with Yukon, Canada contains a request for 2,000 skilled workers every year,” Bello stated.
The reason why Canadians prefer hiring Filipino workers because of the quality of their work and efficiency. Added to that, they are more conscious about the family bond that is why they encourage the workers to bring their family with them in Canada and they will facilitate their entry.
Amazing Environment
On the said event, Bello said that the Filipinos located in Yukon are well protected, respected without any class distinction and they haven’t heard and single complaint.
Yukon is s located in the northwest part of Canada and there are approximately 20,000 residents and 3,000 of them are Filipinos. That is why it is a good environment most especially for first-timers because they are very much welcomed in the community.
Competitive Salary
The careers that will be opening are mostly for heavy equipment operators, nurses, cooks, chefs, engineers, caregiver, call center agents and others which salaries are ranging from P80,000 to P300,000.
Are you interested to try your luck?
According to DOLE one of the requirements are fluency in English, holder of a degree related to the job and had undergone appropriate training. Finally, the candidate must be physically and mentally fit.
Meanwhile, join our discussion here @ pinoycanada.ca