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Federal Government Employment Services

From job banks to labour market information, Canadian federal government services can help you find a job in Canada.
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Join the RCMP
Simple step-by-step procedures on how to become a Mountie.

Canadian Forces Recruitment
Whether it's the Army, Navy or Air Force, the Canadian Forces subsidize education, and they're looking for people in nearly all occupations.

Job Bank
Search for jobs, build a resume, learn about job search techniques, and get help with career decisions.

Service Canada Centres
Local Service Canada Centres provide information and services on employment, job training, the Canadian labour market and financial assistance for those looking for jobs.

Social Insurance Number
You need a Social Insurance Number (SIN) to work in Canada.

Working in Canada Tool
With this tool you can find the name of your occupation in Canada, and get information on job duties, skill requirements and wage rates for a specific location in Canada.

Equality in the Canadian Workplace
Human Resources and Skills Development Canada outlines the basics on Canadian federal government legislation to ensure employment equity and pay equity.

Working Abroad
The Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs has practical information on finding employment abroad, planning your trip, and what to do if things don't work out.

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