In-TAC 6th 
National Virtual Career Expo

Canada(EDT) April, 16, 20199:00 a.m. to April 17, 2019, 9:00 p.m.

china(UTC+08:00)  October, 18, 2018,9:00 p.m. to October 20, 2018, 9:00 a.m.

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Discover Canada Auditorium

Tuesday 16 April

8:30am – 9:00am

In-TAC New Immigrant Services is the premiere provider of resources & services for newcomers, facilitating their well-being and career development in Canada - through In-TAC’s digital national platform. Join In-TAC live as we explore the current labour market in Canada, as well as the resources that are available to you as a new Canadian. We will finish this session with a quick review of how to make the most the In-TAC National Virtual Career Expo!

Welcome to Canada




 9:00am - 9:50am

Saint John - a go-to place if you're in search of the real work/life balance. The port city of Saint John, New Brunswick, is located on the East coast of Canada on the Bay of Fundy.

As Canada’s oldest incorporated city, our thriving Uptown is renowned for its heritage architecture. This small but vibrant urban centre is surrounded by natural beauty, which provides an abundance of activities and experiences that are both affordable and easily accessible. Saint John has a diverse economy with many opportunities in the ICT, energy, logistics and manufacturing sectors. Saint John is an ideal location to start an interesting career, raise a family and enjoy an active lifestyle.

     City of Saint John




10:00am -10:50am

Greater Moncton, New Brunswick, was recognized in 2018 as the best region to find employment in the country!

If you are relocating to Canada, Greater Moncton is the place to start your new chapter. Greater Moncton (consisting of the cities of Dieppe, Moncton and Town of Riverview) has seen more than 30,000 jobs created over the past 25 years. It is a region with a booming economy surrounded by the natural beauty of the outdoors. You will enjoy short commutes to work, affordable housing and a community that is incredibly friendly, safe and welcoming. You will feel welcome and at home! This energetic community is growing and we need skilled, talented workers like you.

                City of Moncton




11:00am - 11:50am

Hamilton is a bustling city well situated near the US border and the Greater Toronto Area. A proud city on it’s own, Hamilton has many opportunities for business, investment, employment, and a great quality of family life. Therefore, Hamilton is increasingly attracting newcomers to make it their home in Canada.

Join the City of Hamilton, as we learn more about key economic strengths of the city, and the opportunities in the labour market, business opportunities, & modern lifestyle.

                 City of Hamilton




12:00am - 12:50am

Canada’s capital is a unique city bordering Ontario and Quebec. Ottawa has a well-known booming technology industry. The stability of the government, and great quality of residential life for families, leads many people to set-up their new lives in Ottawa and surrounding communities.

Join the Economic Development team at the City of Ottawa, as we learn more about key economic strengths of the city, and the opportunities for skilled workers in the labour market, and business sector.

                    City of Ottawa




1:00pm - 1:50pm

As the 11th largest city in Canada, London is located midway between Detroit and Toronto with easy access by air, train, or bus, to other established community hubs, such as Mississauga and Brampton. With over 150 million people of all backgrounds within a two-hour drive, London offers safe and affordable housing, top learning experiences, and fast growing job markets in tech, food processing, manufacturing, and financial services.

Whether you’re looking to start a family, a business, or get an education, there is something for everyone. Join the London Economic Development Corporation to hear about living, working, and learning in London.

                 City of London




 2:00pm - 2:50pm

Thunder Bay, ‘The Gateway to Northwestern Ontario’ attracts skilled workers from all-over Canada to take advantage of the booming natural resources sector, as well as opportunities in hospitality, IT and healthcare to name a few...

Join us as we hear from the Community Economic Development Commission of Thunder Bay, and explore what this beautiful region of Ontario has to offer for investment, entrepreneurs, families, and skilled workers. 

                  City of Thunder Bay




3:00pm - 3:50pm

This beautiful Ontario city attracts many families because of its quality of life for newcomers, and proud history of higher education. Kingston’s location between Toronto and Ottawa has also seen many companies’ set-up business in Kingston, making it a competitive city for international investment, entrepreneurs and skilled workers.

Let’s explore more about new industry developments shaping the city, and why Kingston is a great place to live, with our friends from the Kingston Economic Development Corporation.

                   City of Kingston




4:00pm – 5:00pm

Winnipeg is the capital, and largest city in Manitoba. A major railway and transportation hub in Canada, centered around the meeting point of two rivers. Winnipeg is named after nearby Lake Winnipeg, and has a diversified economy.

A major regional centre for Prairie provinces of Canada, Winnipeg is an active centre for trade, manufacturing, agriculture, and education. Also having a relatively low cost of living, Winnipeg is an attractive city in which families can have a good quality of life.

                 City of Winnipeg




 

Previous Event Greetings

Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada

Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada

Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business and Export Promotion

Michelle Rempel, MP - Calgary Nose Hill

Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario

Doug Ford, Ontario Premier

John Horgan, Premier

Rachel Notley, Alberta Primer

Naheed Nenshi, Calgary Mayor

Maxime Pedneaud-Jobin, Gatineau Mayor

Kennedy Stewart, Vancouver Mayor

Jim Watson, Ottawa Mayor

 

About In-TAC

In-TAC brings together Canadian companies with highly skilled international educated professionals (IEPs) with a global view. Our mission is to help businesses fill their expertise gaps and help IEPs find jobs in their field. In-TAC has more than 600 business partners across Canada.

Who can join?

In-TAC is hosting this virtual career expo for two groups of people:

1) All who have registered with In-TAC for employment support

2) Any job seekers who are legal to work in Canada.

Why should you join?

Make direct contact with your target employers!

You will get the chance to browse for jobs listed by our partner companies, apply directly for job openings, chat with the employer representatives and our employment counsellors, and learn more about working in different parts of Canada - ALL IN REAL TIME.

What's in it for you?

1) We can help you by-pass the competition by getting your resume directly into the hands of Canadian employers.

2) Our counsellors will help you customize your resume and provide you with insider information prior to your interview.

3) Our network includes some of the fastest growing companies in Canada.

 

FAQ

 

STEP 1: Register and upload your resume

STEP 2: Log in to your account

STEP 3: Browse and apply for jobs available

No, you only need to have access to the Internet.

After you log in, check out the “job opening” tab or click on any employer booth to check their job openings. Follow the instructions on the website to submit your applications.

 

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