Newcomer to BC (Woking Holiday 2012 Program) Канада


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Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) offers young people from around the world the opportunity to work in Canada for up to two years, in any Canadian province and for any Canadian employer. The Working Holiday Program does not require a job offer to qualify.

To be eligible for the Working Hol >

Certain work in Canada can qualify you for several Canadian immigration programs

IMPORTANT:

NOTE: Almost all of these programs have limits on the number of work permits issued each year, so act fast & apply now!

Newcomers to Canada (immigrants and returning residents)

If you left another country to settle in Canada, the following information will introduce you to the Canadian tax system and help you to complete your first income tax and benefit return as a resident of Canada.

It applies only for the first tax year that you are a new resident of Canada for income tax purposes. After your first tax year in Canada, you are no longer considered a newcomer for income tax purposes.

Newcomers to Canada and the Canadian Tax System

Topics

  • Are you a resident of Canada?
    When do you become a resident of Canada for income tax purposes.
  • When should you apply to receive benefits and credits?

Apply right away to get the Canada child benefit, the goods and services/harmonized sales tax (GST/HST) credit, and any related provincial and territorial programs.

  • Do you have to file a tax return?
    Which income tax package to use, how to file your tax return by Internet, and when to send the CRA your tax return.
  • How to complete your tax return
    • Identification and other information
    • Date of entry in Canada
    • What income do you have to report?
      Income to report for the part of the year you were not a resident of Canada and for the part of the year you were a resident of Canada
    • What deductions can you claim?
      Pension income splitting, moving expenses, support payments, treaty-exempt income, and other deductions
    • What non-refundable tax credits can you claim?
    • Refund or balance owing
      Federal and provincial or territorial tax credits, and federal and provincial or territorial foreign tax credits
  • Learning About Taxes
    Course designed to provide a basic knowledge and understanding of Canada’s income tax system to individuals who are not familiar with this system.
  • Are you a resident of Canada?

    You become a resident of Canada for income tax purposes when you establish significant residential ties in Canada. You usually establish these ties on the date you arrive in Canada.

    Newcomers to Canada who have established residential ties with Canada may be:

    • protected persons (including refugees) within the meaning of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act
    • people who have applied for or received permanent res >»approval-in-principle» from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada to stay in Canada

    If you were a res >non-resident , you will be cons >re-establish your residential ties.

    As a newcomer to Canada, you will need a social insurance number (SIN). For more information, visit Service Canada.

    When should you apply to receive benefits and credits?

    Apply right away to get benefits and credits you may be entitled to

    To get these benefits and credits, you or your spouse or common-law partner must be one of the following:

    • a permanent resident, even with a temporary address
    • a protected person

    As soon as you get your social insurance number, apply for benefits.

    If you are a temporary resident, you must live in Canada for 18 months in a row and have a valid permit on your 19 th month of living in Canada before you can apply for the Canada child benefit and any related provincial and territorial programs.

    Are you eligible for benefits and credits?

    Married or common-law with children

    Single with
    children

    Married or
    common-law with no children

    Single and 19 or older with no children

    Canada child benefit Yes Yes No No Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax (GST/HST) credit Yes Yes Yes Yes Provincial and territorial
    benefits and credits Yes Yes Yes Yes

    How to apply for benefits and credits

    To apply for the Canada child benefit and to register your child or children for the GST/HST credit, fill out and send the following two forms to the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA):

    To apply for the GST/HST credit for you or your spouse or common-law partner, fill out Form RC151, GST/HST Credit Application for Individuals Who Become Residents of Canada for the year that you became a resident of Canada.

    If you live in Quebec, you should also apply for child assistance through Retraite Québec.

    Include the following information with your application:

    • Record of Landing or confirmation of permanent residence issued by Citizenship and Immigration Canada
    • Citizenship certificate
    • Notice of Decision or a Temporary resident’s permit issued under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act
    • valid temporary or permanent mailing address
    • a void cheque if you are applying for direct deposit
    • proof of birth for your children who were born outside Canada

    Include the amount of income you earned before you entered Canada on Form RC66SCH and Form RC151.

    After you apply for benefits and credits

    You don’t have to apply for the benefits and credits every year. But every year you must:

      file your income tax and benefit return

      to continue receiving the benefit and credit payments that you are entitled to, you have to file your income tax and benefit return on time every year, even if you have no income in the year. If you have a spouse or common-law partner, they also have to file a return every year

      to make sure you are getting the right amount of benefits and credits, you must keep your personal information updated with the CRA

  • keep your supporting documents in case the CRA asks for them
    • in the future, you may receive a letter from the CRA as part of the validation process, asking you to confirm your personal information
  • Sign up for:

    • direct deposit to make sure you never miss a payment in the mail
    • the MyCRA mobile application or My Account so you can get your personalized benefit information anytime, anywhere

    the benefits and credits electronic mailing lists to know when you will get your next payment

    Property you owned before you arrived in Canada

    If you owned certain properties, other than taxable Canadian properties, at the time you immigrated to Canada, the CRA considers you to have sold the properties and to have immediately reacquired them at a cost equal to their fair market value (FMV) on the date you became a resident of Canada. This is a deemed disposition.

    Your property could include the following: shares, jewelry, paintings or a collection.

    You dispose of your property when:

    • you sell it
    • you give it
    • it’s destroyed
    • it’s stolen

    If you have a loss resulting from the disposition of those properties, you can only deduct those losses from any gains you had from selling the same type of property. You cannot use this type of loss to reduce any capital gains you had from selling other types of properties.

    If you are re-establishing Canadian residency and you had a deemed disposition when you left Canada, go to What if you return to Canada?.

    Do you have to file a tax return?

    Even if you lived in Canada for only part of the year, you may have to file a tax return. For example, you have to file a tax return if you have to pay tax, if you want to claim a refund, or if you want to get benefit and credit payments.

    Even if you have not received income in the year, you have to file a tax return so that the CRA can determine if you are eligible for the goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax (GST/HST) credit, or if you or your spouse want to begin or continue receiving the Canada child benefit and payments from certain related provincial or territorial programs.

    If you have a modest income and a simple tax situation, and require assistance with filing your return, you may be eligible to use the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program.

    Which income tax package should you use?

    You should be aware that most individuals who reside in Canada file only one income tax return for the tax year, because the Canadian government collects taxes on behalf of all provinces and territories, except the Province of Quebec.

    For the tax year that you are a newcomer to Canada and for each tax year that you continue to be a res >December 31 of the tax year.

    Notes

    It is important to use the income tax package for your province or territory because tax rates and tax credits are different in each province and territory.

    If you live in the province of Quebec on December 31, you may have to file a separate provincial income tax return. For more information, visit Revenu Québec.

    Transmitting your tax return by Internet

    EFILE

    Your EFILE service provider can complete and file your return for you. For more information, go to EFILE.

    NETFILE

    You can file your return by Internet if you prepare your return with a tax preparation software or Web application. For more information, go to NETFILE.

    You will not be able to file electronically without a SIN .

    If you are mailing your tax return, send it to Where to mail your documents. Do not mail your tax return to any other address.

    When do you have to send the CRA your tax return?

    To find out when you have to file your return, go to Filing due dates.

    How to complete your tax return

    Identification and other information

    It is important that you complete the entire identification and other information area on page 1 of your tax return. The CRA needs this information to assess your tax return and calculate your goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax (GST/HST) credit, plus any benefits to which you may be entitled under the Canada child benefit.

    Date of entry in Canada

    When completing this area on your return, enter the date you became a resident of Canada for income tax purposes.

    Information about your spouse or common-law partner

    Enter your spouse or common-law partner’s net world income for 2020 regardless of their residency status. Net world income is the net income from all sources both inside and outside of Canada. Underneath, enter your spouse or common-law partner’s net world income for the period you were a resident of Canada.

    What income do you have to report?

    For the part of the tax year that you WERE NOT a resident of Canada

    You have to report the following amounts:

    • income from employment in Canada or from a business carried on in Canada
    • taxable capital gains from disposing of taxable Canadian property
    • taxable part of scholarships, bursaries, fellowships, and research grants you received from Canadian sources

    For the part of the year that you were not a resident of Canada, do not include on your tax return any gain or loss from disposing of taxable Canadian property, or a loss from a business carried on in Canada, if, under a tax treaty, the gain from that disposition or any income from that business would be exempt from tax in Canada. For more information, go to Non-residents disposing of certain Canadian Properties.

    For the part of the tax year that you WERE a resident of Canada

    You have to report your world income (income from all sources both inside and outside Canada) earned after becoming a resident of Canada for income tax purposes on your Canadian tax return.

    In some cases, pension income from outside of Canada may be exempt from tax in Canada due to a tax treaty, but you must still report the income on your tax return. You can deduct the exempt part on line 256 of your tax return.

    If you are a protected person (including a refugee) and you received funds from a charitable organization such as a church group or from an individual, you generally don’t have to report the amounts on your tax return. However, if a charitable organization hired you as an employee, the employment income you received is taxable.

    Underground economy

    The underground economy is defined as income earned but not reported for income tax purposes and the sale of goods or services on which taxes or duties have not been paid. The underground economy is often associated with the exchange of goods and services for cash where no records are kept.

    What deductions can you claim?

    A deduction is an amount that is allowed to you provided that you qualify for it. If so, it’s subtracted from your total income. The result is called taxable income which is used to calculate your federal and provincial or territorial tax.

    Registered retirement savings plan contributions

    Generally, you cannot deduct contributions you made to a registered retirement savings plan (RRSP) in 2020 if this is the first year that you will be filing a tax return in Canada.

    However, if you filed a tax return in Canada for any tax year from 1990 to 2020, you may be able to claim a deduction for RRSP contributions you made in Canada for 2020. The CRA bases the maximum amount you can deduct on certain types of income you earned in earlier years.

    You can view your RRSP deduction limit online in My Account or with the MyCRA mobile application.

    Pension income splitting

    If you and your spouse or common-law partner were res >December 31, 2020 , you can elect to split your pension income that qualifies for the pension income amount (line 314 on Schedule 1). To make this election, you and your spouse or common-law partner must complete and attach Form T1032, Joint Election to Split Pension Income, to your tax returns.

    Moving expenses

    Generally, you cannot deduct moving expenses incurred to move to Canada.

    However, if you entered Canada to attend courses as a student in full-time attendance enrolled in a program at a post-secondary level at a university, college, or other educational institution, and you received a taxable Canadian scholarship, bursary, fellowship, or research grant to attend that educational institution, you may be eligible to deduct your moving expenses.

    You cannot deduct moving expenses if your only income at the new location is scholarship, fellowship, or bursary income that is entirely exempt from tax.

    Support payments

    If you make spousal or child support payments, you may be able to deduct the amounts you pa >common-law partner does not live in Canada.

    For more information, go to Support payments.

    Treaty-exempt income

    You have to report your world income that you received after you became a res >line 256 of your tax return.

    If you are not sure if the applicable tax treaty contains a provision that makes your income from sources outside of Canada exempt from tax in Canada, contact the CRA.

    Other deductions

    You may be able to claim other deductions. For more information, go to Deductions, credits, and expenses.

    What non-refundable tax credits can you claim?

    A non-refundable tax credit is an amount that is allowed to you provided that you qualify for it. If so, it’s subtracted from your federal and provincial or territorial tax on taxable income.

    As a newcomer to Canada during 2020, you may be limited in the amount you can claim this year for certain non-refundable tax credits.

    Federal non‑refundable tax credits (Schedule 1)

    The federal non-refundable tax credits you can claim are limited to the total of the following amounts:

    • the federal non‑refundable tax credits that apply to the part of the year that you were a resident of Canada
    • the federal non‑refundable tax credits that apply to the part of the year that you were not a resident of Canada

    Provincial or territorial non-refundable tax credits (Form 428)

    Similar to the amount of federal non-refundable tax credits, as an immigrant, you may be limited in the amount you can claim this year for certain provincial or territorial non-refundable tax credits.

    Generally, the rules for calculating your provincial or territorial non-refundable tax credits are the same rules as those used to calculate your corresponding federal non‑refundable tax credits. However, the amounts used in calculating most provincial or territorial non‑refundable tax credits are different from the corresponding federal credits.

    Refund or Balance Owing

    Federal tax credits

    For the part of the year that you were a resident of Canada, if you were an eligible educator, you can claim the eligible educator school supply tax credit for eligible supplies expenses paid in 2020 that relate to the period of residency.

    For the part of the year that you were not a resident of Canada, you can claim the above tax credit for eligible supplies expenses paid in 2020 that relate to the period of non-residency if:

    • the Canadian-source income you are reporting for the part of the year that you were not a resident of Canada represents 90% or more of your net world income for that part of the year
    • you had no income from sources inside and outside Canada for that part of the year

    However, the total amount you can claim cannot be more than the amount you could have claimed if you were a resident of Canada for the whole year.

    Provincial or territorial tax credits (Form 479)

    You may be entitled to certain provincial or territorial tax credits. For more information, go to Provincial and territorial tax and credits for indiv >December 31 of the tax year.

    Federal foreign tax credits (Form T2209)

    After you become a resident of Canada, you may receive income from the country where you used to live or from another country. This income may be subject to tax in Canada and the other country. This could happen if:

    • no tax treaty exists between Canada and the other country
    • there is no provision in the tax treaty that prevents both countries from taxing the type of income you received

    If this is your situation, you may be able to reduce the amount of federal tax you have to pay in Canada by claiming a federal foreign tax credit for the foreign tax you paid. For more information, go to Line 405 – Federal foreign tax credit.

    Provincial or territorial foreign tax credits (Form T2036)

    Your province or territory of res >December 31 of the tax year, unless you were a resident of Quebec on December 31. In that case, visit Revenu Québec.

    Which forms to use to calculate your tax and credits

    To calculate your tax and credits, complete Schedule 1, Federal Tax, and Form 428 for the province or territory where you resided on December 31.

    If you were a resident of Quebec on December 31, visit Revenu Québec.

    IEC Canada 2020: Frequently Asked Questions

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    The 2020 IEC season officially closed on October 4. Read our full news update on the season’s closure.

    The 2020 season is not open, but is expected to open in the coming months.

    Sign up to our newsletter here, and we will send you an e-mail notification when the IEC 2020 season starts.

    IEC Canada work permits provide young people from around the world with the opportunity to travel and work in Canada. They include the popular Working Holiday work permits, sometimes referred to as a Working Holiday Visa in Canada.

    To begin with, here are some other useful resources:

    If you are on an IEC work permit and want to remain in Canada, learn how and when you may be able to benefit from implied status.

    What does this mean?

    What does IEC, IRCC, and CIC stand for?

    • IEC: International Experience Canada. It’s the name of the program through which several categories of IEC Canada work permits are offered to young people from over 30 countries, including the popular Working Holiday visa in Canada.
    • IRCC: Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada. They are the government department responsible for managing the IEC Canada program.
    • CIC: Citizenship and Immigration Canada. This is the old name for IRCC, though many people still use the ‘CIC’ acronym. You may see CIC and IRCC used interchangeably to describe the same thing.

    A ‘pool’ is the name given to the different country and category types that are on offer. There are currently three categories of IEC Canada work permit – the popular IEC Working Holiday Visa in Canada, the IEC Young Professional work permit, and the IEC International Co-Op work permit.

    So for example, ‘Ireland: International Co-Op’, ‘UK: Working Holiday’, and ‘Germany: International Co-Op’ are all different types of pools.

    You can become a candidate in as many pools as you are eligible for, though many candidates will likely only choose one.

    What is an ‘invitation to apply’, or ‘ITA’?

    A selection of candidates will be selected from the pools, and invited at random, and at various intervals, to complete their application for an IEC Canada work permit. These will occur in what are known as ‘draws’, or ’rounds of invitations’.

    When you receive notification of this via your account on the IRCC website, it is known as an ‘invitation to apply’, sometimes abbreviated to ‘ITA’.

    IEC Canada: The Basics

    When does each IEC season begin and end?

    Pools for the 2020 IEC program have opened for many countries. This means you’ll be able to create your profile, and begin your IEC journey.

    The exact start and end dates are at the discretion of IRCC and will vary from year to year. As a guide, here are the opening and closing dates for each year, since the IEC Canada moved to its current pool-based format.

    Year First pools open First round of invitations Final round of invitations
    2020 November 30, 2015 December 16, 2015 September 30, 2020
    2020 October 17, 2020 November 28, 2020 September 29, 2020
    2020 November 3, 2020 November 20, 2020 October 1, 2020
    2020 Dec 4, 2020 December 27, 2020 October 4, 2020

    Dates in the table above are the earliest applicable date for each column, and can vary from country to country.

    When can I apply for an IEC Canada work permit?

    Pools and categories (Working Holiday Visa in Canada, IEC Young Professionals and International Co-Op) for the 2020 program in many countries opened on December 4, 2020.

    When is the best time to apply for an IEC Canada work permit?

    You will need to receive your Port of Entry (POE) Letter of Introduction in order to enter Canada and receive your work permit. Usually, this document is valid for 12 months.

    Bear in mind that it can take some months to receive an invitation to apply, complete your application, and have this application assessed.

    Let’s take the example of Karen, who wants to arrive in Canada in early 2020. Here are some of her options:

    1. She could apply for a 2020 IEC Canada permit, now that most pools have opened. If she’s lucky enough to receive an invite, she may have her POE letter before the end of the year. This letter would be valid for 12 months, allowing her to arrive in Canada at any time within that 12-month period.

    2. Apply for a 2020 permit, soon after the pools open, likely in October or November 2020. If she receives an invite in the months that follow, her application may be processed, and her POE letter sent. As the letter is still valid for 12 months, she can then arrive in early 2020.

    As there is no definite time frame for if, and when, you will receive your POE letter, it’s not possible to offer complete guidance. The best advice is to plan early, and remember that the POE letter is valid for 12 months, so you will have plenty of time to use it, if and when you receive it.

    How many work permits are released in each draw? How frequently do they take place?

    Both are million-dollar questions! IRCC say this ‘varies’ from draw to draw, and won’t commit to an exact figure, or an exact timeframe.

    How much time will I have to apply?

    Under the old first-come, first-serve system, allocations sold out in a matter of days – sometimes, even hours. This system was in use until 2015.

    The system used currently by IEC Canada allows for people to become a candidate at any stage before work permits in their pool run out.

    However, it is recommended to become a candidate as soon as you can, so that you can be exposed to as many rounds of invitations as possible. In countries like the UK, where demand far exceeds supply, it is crucial to create a profile early in the IEC season.

    IRCC has committed to giving at least five days of notice before each country’s and category’s final rounds of invitations, which will mark the closure of that pool for the season.

    What can I do to ensure my place?

    You can research the requirements and ensure that you have the appropriate documents and information ready at hand. External agencies cannot guarantee you a place and will charge you to fill out the forms.

    Is there any way I can boost my chances of receiving an ITA?

    Selection is done randomly, and not on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. All eligible candidates stand an equal chance of being selected in any given draw. Furthermore, previous participation in IEC programs is not a consideration of the random invitations.

    It is recommended that you apply early, so as to become exposed to a greater number of draws, as this may improve your likelihood of receiving an ITA.

    How long will it take to process my IEC Canada work permit application?

    Once you enter the pool of candidates, you could be in the pool for several weeks or months before you receive an ITA. There is no guarantee that you will receive one.

    After your ITA is received, and you’ve completed your work permit application and paid relevant fees, IRCC has committed to a service standard of eight weeks to process applications.

    Delays can occur if your application is incomplete, or you don’t provided additional documentation that is requested.

    How long can I get my IEC Canada work permit for? Can I go for one year or two years?

    Find the answer for your country and category on our International Experience Canada country list.

    Do I need to have work lined up before I go?

    For IEC Young Professionals and International Co-Op work permits, these will be employer-specific, and tied to the job you have lined up.

    If you’re applying for a Working Holiday Visa in Canada, these work permits are ‘open’, meaning you can find work with any eligible employer, and can arrange this employment after you arrive if you wish.

    Are there any programs for people who are older than 35 years?

    Participation in IEC programs is for those aged between 18 and 30, or up to 35 for certain countries.

    Take a look at our Immigration section for other options.

    Can I apply even if I’m not from one of the listed participating IEC countries?

    This may be possible through an IEC Recognized Organization.

    Can my child(ren) come with me to Canada when I have an IEC work permit

    Generally, minor children need to apply for a study permit from outside Canada, if they want to go to study in Canada. However, a minor child can go to school without a study permit if at least one parent (biological or adoptive) is permitted to work in Canada. IEC participants are one such group permitted to work in Canada.

    Working Holiday Resort Job

    Program Overview

    IMPORTANT NOTE: If you are looking for our Recognized Organization Working Holiday/Young Professional work permits, then this program is NOT applicable; please refer to this blog post for more information. Our Working Holiday Resort Job is aimed for first-time applicants that come to Canada under regular IEC participation .

    Our Working Holiday Resort Job Program in Canada gives you the opportunity to spend up to a year working and living in one of Canada’s most famous resorts, whether it’s in the Rocky Mountain’s famous ski resorts, the Okanagan Valley, Vancouver Island, Banff, Lake Louise, Yellowknife, or Jasper. This Working Holiday program is open to most countries for a duration of 12 months (24 months for certain countries).

    You will be given a guaranteed work placement, full orientation, interview preparation, resume revision, subsidized staff accommodation and many other perks. This is one of the best ways to explore Canada’s great outdoors while earning good money. And believe us when we tell you there is a LOT to see!

    The summer season begins in May-June and resorts are full of activities such as mountain biking, swimming, hiking, mountain climbing, horse back riding, ATV excursions, zip lining, whitewater rafting, canoeing, fishing, rock climbing amongst others.

    The winter season begins in Oct-Nov and this is when the resorts really come to life with skiing, snowboarding, tubing, hiking, snowshoeing, zip lining, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, dog sledding, ice skating and many more.

    Our Working Holiday Canada program is once in a lifetime experience that lets you immerse yourself in Canadian culture, make lifelong friends, maybe learn how to ski or snowboard and all while earning money to pay off bills and fund your Canadian adventure!

    Would you like to have an international work experience in Canada as well? Participate in our Working Holiday Resort Job program and you can not only improve your English level but also gain confidence and valuable international work experience in North America.

    To read testimonials from some of our participants, who have successfully completed one of our Working Holiday Programs in Canada, visit our Blog or Contact Stepwest for more info!

    Duration
    4 Months — 24 Months

    Start Date
    Summer: May — June
    Winter: October — November

    Locations
    Canadian Rockies, Okanagan, Vancouver Island, Whistler

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    Jobs begin the last week of November and run through Christmas with some positions starting earlier. Seasonal staff will be considered for employment as available after Christmas.

    Fulltime positions for Giftwrappers, Cashiers and Merchandisers available.

    Please specify which position you are applying for in your cover letter and any restrictions you have on availability. Store is open till 9pm 5 nights a week in December and 7 days a week.

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    Company is searching for a creative, energetic and motivated individual(s) to join their team. The ideal candidate a perfectionist and proactive with an eye for prestige in the creation of their finished goods. You will work cross functionally with their teams to ensure that their brand delivers flawless product. You are a self-starter and have experience producing and packaging handmade products. The selected candidate thrives in an entrepreneurial, fast growth environment with the capabilities to multitask and adapt to changes quickly. Confidence in working in Google docs a plus.

    START DATE: ASAP
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    HOURS: M-F 9am — 5pm (or longer as needed)
    **seasonal to start and if the right fit, then it would turn into a regular full time position**

    JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
    • All aspects of the candle production process including cleaning glasses, pouring candles, labeling jars with precision and accuracy, folding boxes and case packing product.
    • Loading the wax melters
    • Receiving pallets of heavy freight
    • Assisting in inventory and supply management
    • Packing wholesale and online orders with accuracy
    • Maintaining a clean, safe and organized workspace.

    DESIRED SKILLS:
    • Positive energy
    • High attention to detail
    • Self-motivated
    • Ability to take direction and learn quickly
    • Strong problem-solving skills
    • Perform well under pressure in a fast-paced environment
    • Maintain focus while performing repetitive tasks for long periods of time
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    • Be able to stand on your feet for 7-8 hours a day
    • Must be able to work in an environment with strong scents

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    They are seeking 2 Warehouse Workers to join a warehouse in North Vancouver. This is an assignment where you will be picking orders, unloading containers and organizing the warehouse. They are seeking reliable and trustworthy candidates.

    Responsibilities:
    Handling materials
    Organizing the warehouse
    Unloading containers manually (35-40 lbs)
    Reconciling items
    Stocking and shelving
    Assist order picking

    Requirements:
    Must have ability to lift up to 50lbs
    Must have steel toed boots
    Must have authorization to work in Canada
    Must be reliable and punctual

    Details:
    Monday to Friday 8:00 am — 4:00 pm
    Pay rate: $15 /hour
    Start time: immediately or after November 30th

    To apply, please email your resume or call!

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    3pm-close (usually between 10-11pm) Tuesdays-Saturdays

    $16.25/hour ( $15.25 base pay plus approx. $1/hour cash tips paid weekly)

    Free staff meal and drink

    They are looking for someone who could commit for a minimum of 2 months or longer to join their team.
    Ideally the right candidate would have some experience working in a commercial kitchen but they are willing to train the right person as well.

    They offer an excellent work environment, working with individuals who work hard but know how to have fun as well.

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    What can you expect?
    Hotel Room Attendants provide an outstanding guest experience by ensuring guest rooms and common spaces are clean in accordance with set hotel standards. In addition they assist guests by answering their questions and following through on requests to meet their needs and expectations.

    This job might be right for you if you think you would really enjoy:
    Making hotel rooms a clean and beautiful home away from home
    Keeping the public areas of the hotel looking great
    Assisting guests and co-workers to support great hotel experiences
    Being welcoming and sharing your knowledge about their awesome resort with their guests.

    And you have:
    Previous professional cleaning experience (an asset)
    Exceptional interpersonal skills. You’re a team player and a self-starter, yet able to work independently
    Pride in your work. You’re reliable, responsible and conscientious
    The ability to complete physical work including lifting heavy items.

    What’s in it for you?
    A ridiculously cool life experience
    Free ski pass and super deals at other resorts
    A plethora of lively staff events all season long
    Marvelous discounts on ski gear, food & drinks and transportation.
    This role has an ASAP start date.

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    Mother with 2 children 3.5 years old girl and 9 months baby is looking for reliable and dependable nanny or mother’s helper.

    She is currently on maternity leave and is looking for someone asap who can help around the house, basic housecleaning (dishes, laundry, vacuum. ), meal prep, packing lunches and childcare.


    House is 2 min walk from bus stop
    address: 128a Street
    You will have your own private room and ensuite.
    Compensation: $1,000/month + food is included
    Working hours: Tuesday to Friday: 5 hours, Saturday: 7 hours
    Sunday & Monday off

    Interested? Please contact her to discuss further information.

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    They’re hiring Cook/Kitchen Hands to be a part of this amazing event!

    Bring your resume and apply in-person to one of their upcoming hiring fairs:

    November 18th — 11:00am-5:00pm
    November 21st — 11:00am-5:00pm

    They are looking for energetic people with relevant experience to add to their team. While their exciting growth plan will create unlimited opportunity, you will be the one controlling your hospitality journey. They encourage you to be your best self and they believe their establishments are only as good as their devoted staff. They look to promote and inspire individuals to maximize their potential.

    Job Title: Cook/Kitchen Hand — Seasonal

    RESPONSIBILITIES:
    Food handling, including preparing and cooking menu items to corporate specifications
    Maintain food quality
    Handle food while maintaining sanitation standards
    Daily cleaning and upkeep of work environment
    Setting & restocking service stations

    WORKING CONDITIONS:
    Hours and shifts may vary
    Includes working evenings, weekends and holidays

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
    Ability to multi-task
    Strong communication skills
    Strong organizational skills
    Can work independently and with a team

    Required Training and Experience:
    Relevant industry experience is an asset

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    They’re hiring Food & Beverage Servers to be a part of this amazing event!

    Bring your resume and apply in-person to one of their upcoming hiring fairs:

    November 18th — 11:00am-5:00pm
    November 21st — 11:00am-5:00pm

    Be a part of one of the fastest growing hospitality companies in British Columbia as recognized by Business in Vancouver. They are looking for energetic people with relevant experience to add to their team. While their exciting growth plan will create unlimited opportunity, you will be the one controlling your hospitality journey. They encourage you to be your best self and they believe their establishments are only as good as their devoted team. They look to promote and inspire individuals to maximize their potential.

    Duties of a Food & Beverage Server include:
    Extensive knowledge of all food and beverage offerings
    Executing food and drink orders in a timely manner
    Efficient usage of POS system
    Ensuring food and drink quality is as per organizational standards
    Handling cash and credit card transactions in a professional and timely manner
    Adhering to JRG Policies and Procedures

    Working Conditions:
    Hours and shifts may vary; strong focus on evenings & late night
    Includes working weekends and holidays

    Qualifications:
    Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
    Ability to multi-task
    Strong communication skills
    Strong organizational skills
    Can work independently and with a team

    Required Training and Experience:
    Relevant industry experience is an asset

    Required Certifications or Equivalents:
    Serving It Right

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    Local jewelry company is looking for jewelry assemblers.
    This is a part-time temporary position expected to last up to approximately 2-3 weeks, possibly longer. 6-8 hours a day, 5-6 days a week.

    The successful applicant will be required to assemble bracelets and must be VERY detailed oriented.
    Packaging and preparing for shipping is also included in the tasks
    The work is repetitive and easy but the workmanship must always be of high quality.
    Start date, within a few days.
    The work environment is friendly and fast-paced.
    No baggage or drama.
    They will train.

    compensation: $15.00 per hour
    employment type: part-time

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    As a member of the front of house team with a passion for everything local you will work under the market and bistro manager. You will be responsible for providing prompt, friendly, customer service in our fast-paced market, bistro and bakery.

    Responsibilities include — Serving customers, preparing drinks, delivering food, washing dishes, daily cleaning tasks and stocking produce.

    Skills and experience required:
    -Previous experience with barista duties an asset but will train the right person.
    -Be reliable and have excellent interpersonal skills with co-workers and customers.
    -Be passionate and knowledgeable about the produce they grow and sell.
    -Have a positive personality with the ability to work under pressure.
    -Previous experience with Point of Sale System an asset.
    -Excellent organizational skills and the ability to multitask.
    -Must be able to anticipate customer and team needs and show initiative
    -Be able to work independently.
    -Have an efficient work ethic.
    -Be willing and eager to learn.
    -Be able to manage cash and balance daily deposits.
    -Have a high level of accuracy and attention to detail.
    -Be a problem solver and use their initiative.

    Successful candidates must complete a paid probationary period of three months.

    Benefits: **
    A competitive wage with potential for raises + tips.
    Meal included during shift.
    Staff discounts.
    Amazing development opportunities within an ever expanding business.

    Please apply with resume in person or by email. They are looking to hire immediately but are willing to wait for the perfect candidate to become available.

    Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

    Salary: $14.00 to $15.00 /hour

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    The ideal candidates must have a great work ethic and a positive attitude. The physical demands of cleaning require housekeepers to be in good physical condition. Friendly and courteous guest relations skills and outstanding attention to detail is required. Previous housekeeping experience is an asset (but not a strict requirement). They provide Subsidized Staff Accommodation on-site within a 10 min. walk to work and a 10 min. walk to the beach.

    Duties include but aren’t limited to:
    To thoroughly clean assigned guest rooms/cabins while adhering to company standards of cleanliness
    To clean and maintain hotel public areas
    To assist with laundry as required
    To safely handle cleaning solutions and properly operate cleaning equipment
    Promote teamwork and quality service through daily communication and coordination with other departments
    Follow directions and communicate in English
    Report necessary maintenance items

    Skills and Qualifications:
    Organized with great attention to detail
    Arrives to work on time and is present for all scheduled shifts
    Must be able to lift up to 25 lbs. and stand for extended periods of time
    Occasional ascending and descending ladders and stairs
    Must be able to work safely with a variety of cleaning chemicals
    Must be able to work independently and within a team
    Schedule flexibility, including weekends and holidays
    SIN card and Visa requirement: Must be legally eligible to work in Canada
    In order to provide guests with a consistent level of quality service, staff members will be required to commit to working for a 6-month term or more
    Staff Housing available with end of contract bonus.

    Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

    Salary: $14.00 /hour

    Experience: hotel housekeeping: 1 year (Preferred)

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    Overview
    Reporting to the Cafe Supervisor, the Cafe Staff are part of the day-to-day operations of the on site café and outdoor patio. As Cafe Server, you will be responsible for delivering high quality customer service to cafe guests by greeting and serving guests in a friendly, timely, and professional manner.

    Embrace new challenges:
    Preparing specialty coffees and drinks
    Light food preparation and food service
    Ensure guest satisfaction by providing outstanding service

    They want YOU if you have:
    Prior experience in a restaurant setting
    Serving it Right Certificate, or willingness to get one
    Passion for coffee and food
    Excellent communication skills
    Are a team player
    Successful multi-tasking abilities

    Working with THEM will include:
    A Full Time contract position until May 31, 2020.
    On-site staff accommodation available, great quality at subsidized rate
    To start ASAP, upon selection of a qualified candidates
    Free staff meal on shift
    40% off at Cafe all other times
    The starting wage is $13.85/hourly plus tips
    An annual 4% vacation entitlement
    Eligible for discounted ski spirit pass
    Free access to rental equipment
    Free and discounted staff activities and events

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    Salary: $17HOUR hourly for 40 hours per week
    Terms of employment: Permanent
    Full time
    Day, Evening, Night, Weekend, Shift, Overtime, On Call, Flexible Hours, Early Morning, Morning
    Start date: 2020-11-15
    Vacancies: 2 Vacancies

    Job requirements
    Languages: English

    Education: Secondary (high) school graduation certificate or equivalent experience

    Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.):
    Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) Certificate

    Experience: No experience

    Specific Skills:
    Address customers’ complaints or concerns; Wash windows, walls and ceilings; Vacuum carpeting, area rugs, draperies and upholstered furniture; Stock linen closet; Pick up debris and empty trash containers; Handle and report lost and found items; Dust furniture; Disinfect operating rooms and other areas; Distribute clean towels and toiletries; Attend to guests’ requests for extra supplies or other items; Make beds and change sheets; Clean and disinfect elevators; Provide basic information on facilities; Clean changing rooms and showers; Sweep, mop, wash and polish floors; Clean, disinfect and polish kitchen and bathroom fixtures and appliances

    Work Setting: Hotel, motel, resort

    Security and Safety: Bondable; Criminal record check

    Own Tools/Equipment: Uniform

    Transportation/Travel Information: Public transportation is available

    Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities:
    Fast-paced environment; Work under pressure; Repetitive tasks; Handling heavy loads; Physically demanding; Attention to detail; Combination of sitting, standing, walking; Standing for extended periods; Bending, crouching, kneeling; Tight deadlines

    Work Location Information: Staff accommodation available

    Personal Suitability:
    Initiative; Effective interpersonal skills; Flexibility; Team player; Excellent oral communication; Excellent written communication; Client focus; Dependability; Values and ethics; Reliability

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    Why join them?
    They work and play in Canada’s most beautiful playground, Banff National Park, and you can too. If you want to be part of making their guests’ ski experience unforgettable and think a winter season skiing and riding on the best powder in the Rockies would be great too, then ead on…

    What’s in it for you?
    A ridiculously cool life experience
    Free ski pass and super deals at other resorts
    A plethora of lively staff events all season long
    Marvelous discounts on ski gear, food & drinks and transportation.

    What can you expect working as a Rental Attendant?
    Rental attendants assist and outfit guests with a variety of rental equipment in a timely and professional manner. You will be required to respond to customer inquiries regarding rental equipment, and deal with complaints promptly, receive returned equipment and ensure that returned equipment is appropriately displayed. As a part of the role you will perform cashier duties that will require you to accurately handle large amounts of cash and process card payments. This can be a physically demanding position requiring some manual labor and lifting.

    The essential responsibilities for the role:
    Embracing their guests excitement (and nervousness!) about skiing or boarding for the first time. Talking to these guests to determine their equipment requirements.
    Cash handling and accurately completing daily cash-outs.
    Equipment tuning and repairs; repairs to bindings, repairs to ski boots, basic Sports Pro ski/snowboard repairs.
    Monitoring and reporting of stock levels.
    Being welcoming and sharing your knowledge about our awesome resort with our guests.
    Identification and reporting of hazards, Proactive in enforcing health & safety standards.

    About you:
    Previous guest service and cash handling experience.
    Ability to display excellent team work skills; communicating effectively across multiple areas of the Rentals department.
    An understanding of ski and snowboard equipment. Repair and tuning knowledge is an asset.
    Ability to show initiative during the quieter times.
    Available to work the winter season from November 2020 to May 2020.

    ONLY MEMBERS ARE AUTHORIZED TO VIEW THE CONTACT DETAILS

    IEC Canada 2020: Frequently Asked Questions

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    The 2020 IEC season officially closed on October 4. Read our full news update on the season’s closure.

    The 2020 season is not open, but is expected to open in the coming months.

    Sign up to our newsletter here, and we will send you an e-mail notification when the IEC 2020 season starts.

    IEC Canada work permits provide young people from around the world with the opportunity to travel and work in Canada. They include the popular Working Holiday work permits, sometimes referred to as a Working Holiday Visa in Canada.

    To begin with, here are some other useful resources:

    If you are on an IEC work permit and want to remain in Canada, learn how and when you may be able to benefit from implied status.

    What does this mean?

    What does IEC, IRCC, and CIC stand for?

    • IEC: International Experience Canada. It’s the name of the program through which several categories of IEC Canada work permits are offered to young people from over 30 countries, including the popular Working Holiday visa in Canada.
    • IRCC: Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada. They are the government department responsible for managing the IEC Canada program.
    • CIC: Citizenship and Immigration Canada. This is the old name for IRCC, though many people still use the ‘CIC’ acronym. You may see CIC and IRCC used interchangeably to describe the same thing.

    A ‘pool’ is the name given to the different country and category types that are on offer. There are currently three categories of IEC Canada work permit – the popular IEC Working Holiday Visa in Canada, the IEC Young Professional work permit, and the IEC International Co-Op work permit.

    So for example, ‘Ireland: International Co-Op’, ‘UK: Working Holiday’, and ‘Germany: International Co-Op’ are all different types of pools.

    You can become a candidate in as many pools as you are eligible for, though many candidates will likely only choose one.

    What is an ‘invitation to apply’, or ‘ITA’?

    A selection of candidates will be selected from the pools, and invited at random, and at various intervals, to complete their application for an IEC Canada work permit. These will occur in what are known as ‘draws’, or ’rounds of invitations’.

    When you receive notification of this via your account on the IRCC website, it is known as an ‘invitation to apply’, sometimes abbreviated to ‘ITA’.

    IEC Canada: The Basics

    When does each IEC season begin and end?

    Pools for the 2020 IEC program have opened for many countries. This means you’ll be able to create your profile, and begin your IEC journey.

    The exact start and end dates are at the discretion of IRCC and will vary from year to year. As a guide, here are the opening and closing dates for each year, since the IEC Canada moved to its current pool-based format.

    Year First pools open First round of invitations Final round of invitations
    2020 November 30, 2015 December 16, 2015 September 30, 2020
    2020 October 17, 2020 November 28, 2020 September 29, 2020
    2020 November 3, 2020 November 20, 2020 October 1, 2020
    2020 Dec 4, 2020 December 27, 2020 October 4, 2020

    Dates in the table above are the earliest applicable date for each column, and can vary from country to country.

    When can I apply for an IEC Canada work permit?

    Pools and categories (Working Holiday Visa in Canada, IEC Young Professionals and International Co-Op) for the 2020 program in many countries opened on December 4, 2020.

    When is the best time to apply for an IEC Canada work permit?

    You will need to receive your Port of Entry (POE) Letter of Introduction in order to enter Canada and receive your work permit. Usually, this document is valid for 12 months.

    Bear in mind that it can take some months to receive an invitation to apply, complete your application, and have this application assessed.

    Let’s take the example of Karen, who wants to arrive in Canada in early 2020. Here are some of her options:

    1. She could apply for a 2020 IEC Canada permit, now that most pools have opened. If she’s lucky enough to receive an invite, she may have her POE letter before the end of the year. This letter would be valid for 12 months, allowing her to arrive in Canada at any time within that 12-month period.

    2. Apply for a 2020 permit, soon after the pools open, likely in October or November 2020. If she receives an invite in the months that follow, her application may be processed, and her POE letter sent. As the letter is still valid for 12 months, she can then arrive in early 2020.

    As there is no definite time frame for if, and when, you will receive your POE letter, it’s not possible to offer complete guidance. The best advice is to plan early, and remember that the POE letter is valid for 12 months, so you will have plenty of time to use it, if and when you receive it.

    How many work permits are released in each draw? How frequently do they take place?

    Both are million-dollar questions! IRCC say this ‘varies’ from draw to draw, and won’t commit to an exact figure, or an exact timeframe.

    How much time will I have to apply?

    Under the old first-come, first-serve system, allocations sold out in a matter of days – sometimes, even hours. This system was in use until 2015.

    The system used currently by IEC Canada allows for people to become a candidate at any stage before work permits in their pool run out.

    However, it is recommended to become a candidate as soon as you can, so that you can be exposed to as many rounds of invitations as possible. In countries like the UK, where demand far exceeds supply, it is crucial to create a profile early in the IEC season.

    IRCC has committed to giving at least five days of notice before each country’s and category’s final rounds of invitations, which will mark the closure of that pool for the season.

    What can I do to ensure my place?

    You can research the requirements and ensure that you have the appropriate documents and information ready at hand. External agencies cannot guarantee you a place and will charge you to fill out the forms.

    Is there any way I can boost my chances of receiving an ITA?

    Selection is done randomly, and not on a ‘first come, first served’ basis. All eligible candidates stand an equal chance of being selected in any given draw. Furthermore, previous participation in IEC programs is not a consideration of the random invitations.

    It is recommended that you apply early, so as to become exposed to a greater number of draws, as this may improve your likelihood of receiving an ITA.

    How long will it take to process my IEC Canada work permit application?

    Once you enter the pool of candidates, you could be in the pool for several weeks or months before you receive an ITA. There is no guarantee that you will receive one.

    After your ITA is received, and you’ve completed your work permit application and paid relevant fees, IRCC has committed to a service standard of eight weeks to process applications.

    Delays can occur if your application is incomplete, or you don’t provided additional documentation that is requested.

    How long can I get my IEC Canada work permit for? Can I go for one year or two years?

    Find the answer for your country and category on our International Experience Canada country list.

    Do I need to have work lined up before I go?

    For IEC Young Professionals and International Co-Op work permits, these will be employer-specific, and tied to the job you have lined up.

    If you’re applying for a Working Holiday Visa in Canada, these work permits are ‘open’, meaning you can find work with any eligible employer, and can arrange this employment after you arrive if you wish.

    Are there any programs for people who are older than 35 years?

    Participation in IEC programs is for those aged between 18 and 30, or up to 35 for certain countries.

    Take a look at our Immigration section for other options.

    Can I apply even if I’m not from one of the listed participating IEC countries?

    This may be possible through an IEC Recognized Organization.

    Can my child(ren) come with me to Canada when I have an IEC work permit

    Generally, minor children need to apply for a study permit from outside Canada, if they want to go to study in Canada. However, a minor child can go to school without a study permit if at least one parent (biological or adoptive) is permitted to work in Canada. IEC participants are one such group permitted to work in Canada.

    Открыт прием заявок на 2020 International Experience Canada (IEC) Program

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    The International Experience Canada (IEC) – это иммиграционная программа, которая дает возможность молодым людям из разных стран мира пожить и поработать в Канаде на временной основе.

    С 17 октября 2020 года кандидаты из стран, которые заключили с Канадой двустороннее соглашение о мобильности молодежи, могут подавать заявления.

    За последние годы программа IEC стала популярной среди молодежи. Многие участники этой программы, вкусив возможности страны, оставались здесь. Другие молодые люди получили возможность путешествовать по различным частям Канады в течение их пребывания в стране.

    Участниками программы «International Experience Canada» могут стать студенты, выпускники вузов, молодые специалисты, возраст которых 18-35 лет. Важно знание языка и отсутствие судимости.

    Программа «International Experience Canada» делится на три категории:

    International Co-op (стажировка)

    Working Holiday (рабочие каникулы)

    Young Professionals (обмен молодыми высококвалифицированными специалистами)

    Наибольшей популярностью пользуется категория Working Holiday, так как она позволяет участникам получить открытое разрешение на работу. Этот вид разрешения дает право его владельцу работать на любого работодателя в Канаде. В зависимости от страны гражданства и личных обстоятельств, заявитель может иметь право на более чем одну из этих категорий.

    Категории IEC

    Для того, чтобы иметь право на категорию Working Holiday, заявители должны:

    • быть гражданином страны-участницы проекта;
    • иметь паспорт, действительный в течение всего срока вашего пребывания в Канаде;
    • быть в пределах возраста на момент подачи заявки (возрастные ограничения зависят от страны);
    • иметь CAD$2,500 для обеспечения своих потребностей в начале вашего пребывания в Канаде;
    • необходимо согласиться с требованием о приобретении до въезда в Канаду медицинской страховки на весь период пребывания – доказательство наличия этой страховки может быть необходимо предъявить во время приезда в Канаду;
    • иметь обратный билет для выезда из Канады по окончании разрешенного срока пребывания или иметь достаточно финансовых ресурсов для приобретения такого билета;
    • Иждивенцы не могут сопровождать заявителя в Канаду.

    Участники этой программы могут получить временное разрешение на работу (Open Work Permit), которое будет действительным в течение одного года и позволит работать в любой из провинций Канады. Граждане некоторых стран могут получить разрешение на пребывание в Канаде чуть больше или меньше, чем один год.

    Young Professionals: Участники смогут разнообразить и расширить свои профессиональные умения и навыки, получив бесценный опыт работы в Канаде. Эта категория предусматривает предварительное наличие рабочего контракта. Участники должны иметь при себе подписанное предложение о работе, письмо или трудовой договор с канадским работодателем.

    Предложение о работе должно быть согласно Национальной классификации профессий в Канаде (NOC) класса 0, А или B (то есть программа для высококвалифицированных специалистов). Требования к категории Young Professionals такие же, как и у Working Holiday.

    International Co-op: Эта программа позволяет иностранным гражданам из стран-участниц приезжать на стажировку в Канаду. Это дает возможность углубить полученные знания, а заодно и получить опыт работы в Канаде. Эта опция предусматривает предварительное наличие рабочего контракта, который удовлетворяет требования учебного плана в стране заявителя.

    Требования к категории International Co-op такие же, как и у Working Holiday.

    Как стать кандидатом?

    • Заполните анкету Come to Canada. Если вы соответствуете критериям, вы получите персональный код.
    • Введите этот код, чтобы создать свой аккаунт MyCIC.
    • Создайте свой профиль IEC.
    • Выберите категорию IEC, которая вам подходит. У некоторых кандидатов будут право выбрать несколько категорий.
    • Вам необходимо получить приглашение на собеседование (IТА), чтобы продолжить процесс.
    • Если вы получаете сообщение IТА, у вас будет 10 дней, чтобы подать заявление на разрешение на работу, или отказаться от приглашения.

    Пребывание в Канаде после участия в IEC

    Многие участники этой программы могут остаться в Канаде, либо в качестве работника или в качестве постоянного жителя.

    В большинстве случаев, разрешение на работу по направлениям IEC выдается на 12 месяцев, что дает возможность набрать необходимый опыт , требующийся для возможности рассмотрения на постоянное место жительства по категории Имеющих Канадский Опыт Работы (Canadian Experience Class). Если разрешение на работу выдано менее чем на 12 месяцев, то время, проведенное в Канаде может быть использовано для поиска потенциального работодателя, который будет заинтересован не только предложить Вам более длительный контракт на трудоустройство, но и поддержать Ваше заявление на ПМЖ в дальнейшем через систему Express Entry.

    Обзор IEC на 2020 сезон

    Мексика и Украина: в настоящее время соглашения о мобильности молодежи между Канадой и этими странами находятся в стадии рассмотрения. Как следствие, прием заявок не открыт.

    Если у вас есть вопросы об участии в этой программе, отправьте запрос [email protected]

    Желаем Вам удачи!

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    Canada and Australia W >

    August 29, 2020 – Canada and Australia have increased the age range for an agreement that allows young people from both countries access to a work permit in the other country.

    Young Canadians aged 18 to 35 can now live and work in Australia under International Experience Canada. Australians in the same age range can also come to Canada.

    Australia is the top destination for Canadians through the program, out of 34 countries with similar agreements.

    The idea of IEC is to make it easy for young people to experience living and working in another country. More than 200,000 Canadian candidates have used the program, which originated in 1965.

    Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen said: This expanded age range will give more young adults from Canada and Australia the opportunity to broaden their perspective of the world and gain professional work experience while traveling.”

    Which Countries Are Part of International Experience Canada?

    Australia Hong Kong Portugal
    Austria Ireland San Marino
    Belgium Italy Slovakia
    Chile Japan Slovenia
    Costa Rica South Korea Spain
    Croatia Latvia Sweden
    Czech Republic Lithuania Switzerland
    Denmark Mexico Taiwan
    Estonia Netherlands Ukraine
    France New Zealand United Kingdom
    Germany Norway
    Greece Poland

    There are three categories under the IEC program, depending on the status of the young person.

    1. Working Holiday
      Candidates receive open work permits that allow them to work anywhere in the host country.
    2. International Co-Op
      Candidates receive employer-specific work permits for students to gain experience in their field of study.
    3. Young Professionals
      Young Professionals participants receive an employer-specific work permit to gain targeted, professional work experience that is within their field of study or career path.

    Canada’s immigration department recently updated the list of recognized organizations that provide services under the IEC program.

    The approved organisations provide services for a fee to both Canadians going abroad and foreign nationals coming to Canada.

    Services might include help finding a job, somewhere to live, or with travel arrangements.

    The organizations are either Canadian with offices overseas, of international with offices in Canada.

    What Are the Approved Organizations Under International Experience Canada?

    Employer-specific work permit only

    • International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience (IAESTE)
    • Association for the International Exchange of Students in Economics and Commerce (AIESEC)
    • Academic Internship Council (AIC)
    • Mennonite Central Committee of Canada / International Volunteer Exchange Program (MCC/IVEP)
    • Canadian Host Family Association (CHFA) with Communicating for Agriculture Education Programs (CAEP)
    • International Rural Exchange (IRE)
    • University of Alberta
    • University of New Brunswick

    Open work permit only

    • SWAP Working Holidays
    • Go International
    • INTERNeX International Exchange
    • Stepwest

    Interested employers: Kindly contact us here to receive further information.

    Interested candidates: Find out whether you qualify to Canada by completing our free on-line evaluation. We will provide you with our evaluation within 1-2 business days.

    Read more news about Canada Immigration by clicking here.

    Which Countries Offer Working Holiday Visas?

    UPDATED FOR 2020

    Do you want to explore another country for a longer period of time and have a deeper experience than a packaged two week holiday? Why not spend up to a year living and working abroad with working holiday visas?

    Working holiday visas generally allow a traveler to be employed in the country during their visit as a way of supplementing their travel funds. A working holiday gives you the chance to live in a foreign country for a longer period of time than you would on a vacation because you will be able to earn money while you are there.

    This type of visa also gives you a chance to experience day to day life beyond the tourist zones, make friends with locals and gain a deeper insight into the culture. It’s a fantastic way to travel and going on a working holiday will be an experience you will never forget.

    Most working holiday visas schemes are under reciprocal agreements between two countries, because these countries want to encourage travel and the exchange of culture between their citizens. The requirements for each scheme vary between countries but are often quite similar.

    Working holiday visas are usually limited to visitors between the ages of 18-30, although some will accept applicants as old as 35. Some of the working holiday visas place limits on the types of jobs that travelers can take or the amount of time they can be employed during their visit. The usual types of jobs that young people get on working holiday visas are in the tourism and hospitality, retail or seasonal industries, but there are plenty of other options available.

    Don’t worry about how taking a year off to work abroad will affect your career. Most employers will actually look upon your working holiday favorably, as it shows that you have initiative and that you are capable of adapting to different situations.

    In order to qualify, you will need to prove that you have enough funds saved up to cover your expenses while you are first looking for employment. You might also need to purchase health or travel insurance in some countries.

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    Which Countries Offer Working Holiday Visas?

    The list of countries which offer working holiday visas is huge, so you will have a lot of choice when it comes to where you can go. New Zealanders and Australians have the most choice, whereas Canadians and British are a close second.

    Handy Tip: Use the “Find” tool in your browser to search through this page for your country, so you can quickly see which Working Holiday Visas you are applicable for.

    You can also check out our more specific Working Holiday Visa lists for Canadians, Americans, Australians and British citizens.

    Remember that these working holiday visas requirements are subject to change and before applying for any working holiday visas you should always do your own research.

    Please note, Passport holders of EU member countries do not need permission to work in each other countries, these countries are. Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom.

    Argentina

    Duration: 12 months
    Age Limit: 18-30 years
    Countries Accepted: Australia, Denmark, France, Ireland, New Zealand
    More Information: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Argentina

    Australia

    Duration: 12 months (but no more than 6 months working for one employer)
    Age Limit: 18- 30 years (35 for Canadians)
    Countries Accepted: Taiwan, Estonia, Belgium, Italy, France, Cyprus, Finland, Hong Kong, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Malta, Republic of Korea, Ireland, Japan, The Netherlands, Canada, United Kingdom

    Passport holders from Turkey, Thailand, Malaysia, Iran, Indonesia, Chile, Bangladesh, Argentina and the USA need to apply for a subclass 462 visa and are required to have a tertiary education.

    New Zealand citizens of any age can work in Australia indefinitely.

    Austria

    Duration: 6 -12 months
    Age Limit: 18-30 years
    Countries Accepted: New Zealand, Hong Kong, Israel, Taiwan and South Korea (as well as an exchange program for Canadian students.)
    More Information: The Austrian Foreign Ministry

    Belgium

    Duration: 12 months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Taiwan
    More Information: Belgian Federal Public Service Foreign Affairs

    Canada

    Duration: 12 months
    Age Limit: 18- 30 years for most countries, 18- 35 years for Switzerland, Ireland, Italy, Germany, France, Denmark, Czech Republic, Chile and Australia.
    Countries Accepted: United Kingdom, Taiwan, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, New Zealand, The Netherlands, Latvia, Republic of Korea, Japan, Italy, Ireland, Hong Kong, Germany, France, Estonia, Denmark, Czech Republic, Chile, Belgium, Austria, Poland, Ukraine and Australia.
    More Information: Government of Canada

    Chile

    Duration: 12 months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: Australia, New Zealand, Canada
    More Information: The Chilean Department of Foreign Affairs (Click the Union Jack flag to switch to English, then submit your application)

    China

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: New Zealand
    More Information: The Republic of China Consular Affairs

    Czech Republic

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30/35 years
    Countries Accepted: Canada, South Korea, New Zealand, Taiwan and Chile
    More Information: Czech Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Denmark

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: Australia, Canada, Chile, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, Argentina
    More Information: The Official Portal for Foreigners and Integration

    Estonia

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 19 – 30 years (18-35 For Canadians)
    Countries Accepted: Australia, New Zealand, Canada
    More Information: Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Finland

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: Australia, New Zealand
    More Information: Finnish Immigration

    France

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (35 for Canadians, 31 for Australians)
    Countries Accepted: Uruguay, Taiwan, Russia, Mexico, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, Colombia, Chile, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Australia

    *Citizens of Albania, Andorra, Antigua and Barbuda, Argentina, Bahamas, Barbados, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Israel, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mauritius, Monaco, Montenegro, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, San Marino, Seychelles, Taiwan, Uruguay and the Vatican City, as well as British Nationals (Overseas), of any age can work in France for up to 90 days without a visa.

    Germany

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18-35 for Canadian Citizens)
    Countries Accepted: Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, Hong Kong, South Korea,Taiwan, Brazil, Uruguay, Israel, Chile. (Canadian applicants must be enrolled at a post-secondary institution.)
    More Information: Deutschland.de

    Hong Kong

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: Australia, Austria, Canada, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Netherlands, New Zealand, Sweden, United Kingdom.
    More Information: Hong Kong Immigration

    Ireland

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18 – 35 for Canadians)
    Countries Accepted: Republic of Korea, New Zealand, Japan, Hong Kong, Chile, Canada, Australia, Argentina.
    Citizens of Taiwan may also apply, but they have a separate application form.
    Ireland also has a Working Holiday Visa scheme for US students or recent graduates.
    More Information: Ireland Department of Justice and Equality

    Israel

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: New Zealand, South Korea, Germany, Austria, Australia
    More Information: Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Italy

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18-35 for Canadians)
    Countries Accepted: Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Korea
    More Information: Canadians apply at the Italian Embassy in Ottawa, Australians apply at the Italian Embassy in Canberra and New Zealanders apply at the Italian Embassy in Wellington. Further info can be found at the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

    Japan

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18-25 for Australian, Canadian and Korean applicants, with some exceptions for over 25. 18-26 for citizens of Iceland.)
    Countries Accepted: Iceland, Chile, Czech Republic, Argentina, Spain, Hungary, Austria, Slovakia, Poland, Portugal, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Norway, Denmark, Ireland, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Korea, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.
    More Information: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan

    Latvia

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18-35 for Canadians)
    Countries Accepted: Canada, New Zealand, Australia
    More Information: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Latvia

    Lithuania

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: Canada, New Zealand
    More Information: For Canadians: Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania to Canada, For New Zealanders: Ministry of Social Security and Labour

    Malta

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: Australia, New Zealand
    More Information: EU Immigration Portal, Identity Malta

    The Netherlands

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Argentina, South Korea
    More Information: Netherlands Immigration and Naturalisation Service

    New Zealand

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18-35 in some cases)
    Countries Accepted: Argentina, Hong Kong, Philippines, Austria, Ireland, Poland, Belgium, Israel, Portugal, Brazil, Italy, Singapore, Canada, Japan, Slovakia, Chile, Korea, Slovenia, China, Latvia, Spain, Croatia, Lithuania, Sweden, Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Taiwan, Denmark, Malaysia, Thailand, Estonia, Malta, Turkey, Finland, Mexico, United Kingdom, France, Netherlands, USA, Germany, Norway, Uruguay, Hungary, Peru, Vietnam.

    Australians of any age may work in New Zealand indefinitely.

    New Zealand is our favourite working holiday visa destination. Learn why New Zealand is a great choice for a working holiday.

    Norway

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18-35 for Canadians)
    Countries Accepted: Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, Argentina
    More Information: Norwegian Directorate of Immigration

    Poland

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18-35 for Canadians)
    Countries Accepted: Taiwan, New Zealand, South Korea, Japan, Australia, Canada
    More Information: Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    South Korea

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 25 years
    Countries Accepted: USA, United Kingdom, Taiwan, Sweden, Romania, Portugal, Poland, Netherlands, Mexico, Italy, Israel, Ireland, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Hungary, Japan, Czech Republic, Germany, France, Denmark, Canada, Chile, Brazil, Belgium, Austria, Australia.
    More Information: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Korea

    Singapore

    Duration: 6 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: Working holiday visas only for graduates and undergraduates from Australia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, United States
    More Information: Singapore Ministry of Manpower

    Slovakia

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Japan, Taiwan
    More Information: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Slovak Republic

    Slovenia

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: New Zealand
    More Information: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Slovenia

    Spain

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years (18-35 for Canadians)
    Countries Accepted: New Zealand, Canada, Australia
    More Information: Embassy of Spain in Ottawa (For Canadians), Consulate of Spain in Melbourne (For Australians), Embassy of Spain in Wellington (for New Zealanders), Embassy of Spain in Tokyo (For Japanese Citizens)

    Sweden

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: Uruguay, South Korea, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Chile, Canada, Australia, Argentina
    More Information: The Swedish Migration Agency

    Switzerland

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 35 years (Must have completed post-secondary studies or be currently studying.)
    Countries Accepted: Canada
    More Information: Swiss Federal Council

    Thailand

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: Australia, New Zealand and must have certain qualifications. (3 years full time study)
    More Information: Working Holiday Visas for Australians

    Turkey

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: Australia, New Zealand
    More Information: How to Get the Turkish Working Holiday Visa

    Duration: 24 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: Australia, Canada, Japan, Monaco, Taiwan, New Zealand, South Korea, Hong Kong, British Overseas Territories
    More Information: Youth Mobility Scheme Visa

    Uruguay

    Duration: 12 Months
    Age Limit: 18 – 30 years
    Countries Accepted: New Zealand, Australia, France, Sweden
    More Information: For Swedish Citizens, For New Zealanders, For Aussies

    Are you excited to go on your travel adventure yet? Read more Working Holiday Resources and get started on your application today.

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