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The major reasons people love to immigrate to Canada is because of the numerous job opportunities, high standard of living, quality education and career growth. Canada has always demonstrated and displayed the need for foreign workers, even in the midst of the pandemic they still employed and this demonstrated how strong their economy is.

Canada is filled with job opportunities, all you have to do is research and find a lovely city that matches your profession. Moving or relocating to a new city to find or secure a job can never be a bad idea.

Presently, the best places to look for a job in Canada are not the big urban cities. The biggest cities still possess lots of jobs opportunities but their economies got hit the most from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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BMO Regional Labour Market Report Card stated in their latest edition that top Cities such as Calgary, Montreal and Vancouver all rank near the bottom while top-ranking city Toronto has dropped down into the bottom half. The smaller cities and towns are presently ranked in the list of the best cities in Canada to find a job.

Below are the top Canadian cities to find and secure a job.

Top Canadian Cities to Find and Secure a Job

  1. London, Ontario

London is currently one of the most populous cities in Canada. This means you will have plenty of people around you who will understand what you are going through and they will have enough resources to assist you with getting your dream job. If you live in London, Ontario you will also be exposed to great cultural influences which can also help you grow.

There are many companies based in London which employ locals such as Magnet Credit Unions, York University, Nissan Canada, Google Canada, General Motors Canada, Coca-Cola Canada, BlackBerry, Oracle Canada, Corus Entertainment, Yahoo! Canada, CNT Financial, Salesforce Canada, Aramark Canada, Samsung Canada, Sun Life Financial, Lush Cosmetics and lots more.

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  1. Halifax, Nova Scotia

This city has more than half a million people who reside here which makes it an ideal place to work if you want to gain some quick money while working for yourself. With over fifty nationalities residing in this city, it makes it easy for foreigners to get settled here.

Halifax is also known for being the site of Citadel Hill which is one of the tallest castles in the world. There are several successful business owners who run their business out of Halifax including First Direct Bank, Mar Marriott Hotels, Schooner Fine Wine & Spirits, Bluenose Transport Ltd, Pictou Shipyard and NBTEL (Northern Brewing Technologies).

  1. Winnipeg, Manitoba

Winnipeg is the second-largest city in Canada and has been listed among the best places to live in Canada by numerous surveys. In fact, according to MoneySense magazine, it is considered one of the top five places to live in Canada.

In addition to having many job opportunities for newcomers, Winnipeg also offers good social services such as community centres, food banks and libraries. If you would like to live in Winnipeg you should try out other nearby cities like St.John’s, Prince Albert, Regina, or even Saskatoon. There are plenty of employment opportunities available here.

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  1. Edmonton, Alberta

Edmonton is another popular Canadian city that offers great job opportunities for those who would like to make money from home. The population of Edmonton is almost two million people which makes it a very diverse city with lots of multicultural residents.

There are lots of exciting job opportunities available in Edmonton such as advertising, finance, manufacturing, energy, tourism, mining, healthcare, technology, education, health care, public administration, civil engineering, information technology, government and recreation.

  1. Hamilton, Ontario 

The sixth-largest city in Canada, Hamilton is located in Ontario and has a population of around 500,000 people.

Hamilton has many unique qualities such as its vibrant downtown area which features art galleries, theatre and museums. This city is also home to an agricultural park which provides excellent work opportunities for agricultural enthusiasts.

  1. Victoria, British Columbia

Victoria is a gorgeous Canadian city that offers fantastic weather all year round. It is also a popular tourist destination which means there are many employment opportunities available here for new Canadians. The city is located on the Pacific Ocean and has been awarded as the most liveable city in Canada in multiple surveys. You will find good restaurants, a great selection of pubs and bars, shopping malls, theatres, parks, outdoor activities and other fantastic attractions.

  1. Calgary, Alberta

Calgary is another vibrant city that offers good employment opportunities for new Canadians. It is located in the middle of Canada which means there are many natural amenities available here such as lakes, mountains, beaches, mountains, ski resorts, golf courses and so much more. There are lots of activities to do in Calgary including shopping, hiking, camping, snowboarding, skating, sports, skiing, dining, sightseeing and so much more.

  1. St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador is one of the smallest provinces in Canada but it has some amazing features such as Gros Morne National Park which has stunning mountain views and marine activities such as whale watching and fishing. St. John’s is the capital of the province and you will find some excellent Canadian jobs here including banking, oil and gas, engineering, transportation, manufacturing, mining, fisheries, telecommunications, information technology, government, legal services and construction.

  1. Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 

Saskatoon is a great place to work if you want to be close to nature. The province of Saskatchewan is known for its forests, prairies, farmlands and rivers. It also possesses lots of job opportunities as well.

  1. Ottawa, Ontario

Ottawa is one of the largest cities in Canada and it is also the capital of the country.  Ottawa is known for its historic buildings, parliament buildings, museums, performing arts, national monuments, galleries, cinemas, universities, colleges, science centres, cultural institutions, natural wonders, festivals, green spaces, sports facilities, amusement parks, nightlife, cafes, restaurants, public transit, festivals, dining, waterways, waterfalls, swimming pools and lots more. The city is well populated and also has employment opportunities.

 

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