Monthly Archives

August 2016

Jobs: How to Succeed in a Green Economy

At the end of the 19th century, America was a vast land, filled with resources but not enough people. It was already an important country, but not yet the front-runner of economic development. Then, mass production was born and a second…

Canadian Lifestyles: Education

it’s possible to go from ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) medication... to the Honour Roll! “Canada? Well, they don’t have an elite school system like we do. Very general and basic there.” Those were the words of the…

English: Quick and Easy Online ESL

You’re new to Canada. Improving your English or French is likely high on your list. But you’re also busy setting up your new life. There’s an online service called LingQ (www.lingq.com) that is helping people around the world learn…

Jobs: Worker Shortage Crisis in Alberta

by Thema O’Connor Thelma O’ Connor, B.A., CERC Relocation Specialist, immigrated to Canada in 1995 and runs Canada Wise, a relocation, orientation and settlement service for newcomers to Canada. Contact Thelma on Tel: (403) 226-4999,…

Jobs for All

by Michelle Joseph Looking for work is not an easy task for anyone, and when you are a member of a diverse group, you may be unfortunately faced with many obstacles. DiversityCareers recognizes these issues and is ready to give jobseekers a…